I want to thank Andie Tessler for attending the open house/farewell party for Val and Jeff Pleasant on May 30 at Rehabilitation Services of Craig and for the nice article that was in the May 30 paper.
Now, we have learned the week before it was passed by a unanimous vote of the commissioners (not the public) that we will have a “free clinic” for county employees.
Summer provides ample opportunity to squeeze in some time for reading. Each summer, I try to catch up on my preferential reading and do less purposeful reading.
I read with fascination the stories about Mr. Rummel and what he and some of his peers are proposing. It seems to me that he is asking just the opposite of what gun control advocates are asking for.
It is with great regret that I submit this letter of resignation as a board member of the Craig Rural Fire Protection District Board of Directors. In October 2005, when I accepted the position as a member of the Board of Directors, I had no idea how it would affect me personally and professionally.
Good job to all who helped with Grand Olde West Days. In my opinion, you brought Grand Olde West Days back in Craig, America.
The Moffat County commissioners are so out of this world if they think they are going to save money by opening their own medical clinic and that it won’t cost taxpayers a dime.
To all who helped with GOWD, good job! In my opinion, you brought GOWD back in Craig, America.
My parents were self-employed, so when summer came, I was with them all the time.
Are our commissioners totally out of touch with reality?
This letter is for Ms. Dahlberg, a most passionate and caring teacher. She taught discipline and respect, at the same time teaching children to have a dream, no matter what it is they want.
Moffat County is the host of this year’s Northwestern Colorado 4-H Livestock, Rabbit, Poultry, Dog and Horse Exposition that will be held June 10 to 13 at the Moffat County Fairgrounds in Craig.
I don’t include as many chicken recipes in “Over a Cup of Coffee” as I should. So, this week I’m featuring a recipe for “Chicken Tetrazzini” that comes from my old fundraising cookbook.
Each year, the optimistic, abundant personality of spring reminds me of a friend of mine who had those same traits.
The stunts, more insane than ever, will catch your eye while the prominent theme of family rings true and makes you care about this ragtag band of misfits even if you’ve spent the past decade trying to ignore these films.