Debra Reglin loves living in Craig.
"I do," she said. "I love the community, the people, the view and the fact I can drive in any direction and see wildlife or mountains. I like that there is so much to do."
The Colorado native moved here from the Longmont area in 1977 to marry. She is a recent graduate of Colorado Northwestern Community College and is passionate about the college.
"Two degrees and one certificate," she said. "It was a wonderful experience."
Reglin said she was nervous about CNCC's future, considering all the state budget cuts, and hopes that community members are aware of the asset that the college is.
"There are so many opportunities for the whole community," she said. "Everybody should be taking advantage of what's out there."
Reglin is excited about her new job with Eyecare Specialties.
"It is a great learning experience," she said. "There is more to eye care than you think."
She is impressed with how the community is addressing its problems with illegal drugs.
"It is a community problem, not just here, but everywhere," she said. "Five years ago, no one knew or understood anything about the effects of (drugs), especially meth."
Although Reglin likes most everything about Craig and Moffat County, spending time with her grandson, Everett, is at the top of her most pleasurable pastimes.
"I love everything about being a grandma," she said.