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Frank Hadley: I’m cancer free!

This letter is to give the deepest sincere thanks to the wonderful family, friends and former students and athletes who helped me through 14 years of traveling back and forth weekly to chemo therapy at the V.A. Hospital in Denver, and a bone marrow transplant that took three months at the Veterans Bone Marrow Specialty Hospital in Seattle, Washington.

Mary Jo Brown: Thanksgiving meaning

Christmas is getting closer, and the signs are spreading in various forms. The hype of Christmas over shadows Thanksgiving making it almost an afterthought. In reality, Thanksgiving should be every bit as special a day as Christmas and celebrated in its own special way.

Stephanie Pearce: Thankful for Thanksgiving memories

Thanksgiving brings several memories of family back to me. However, there are a couple memories of school that pop in my head every Thanksgiving.

Over a Cup: Recipes for using cranberries, just in time for Thanksgiving

These last few days before Thanksgiving, I have been thinking about Thanksgivings past, those days when my siblings and I were growing up on the ranch.

Baxter Black: Hirin’ a cowboy

There’s an old saying that “A cowboy is born, not made.” However, I’d like to propose that if you’re hirin’ a cowboy to help you take care of your stock, you might look twice.

Duane Koukol: ‘Late Night’

It must be two o’clock in the morning. Can I wait until five, the answer — NO!

Humane Society of Moffat County: Thank you

The Humane Society of Moffat County would like to express our thanks to the 
community of Craig and Moffat County for your participation in the City Market 
Community Rewards program.

From Pipi’s Pasture: A note on a napkin

For some years now, our family members have been leaving notes to one another on the dining room table, usually on the placemat where that person usually sits at mealtime. This note-leaving activity became more important after our sons and their families moved away from Craig.

Faith Column: Be thankful for blessings

This past week was the national collection week for Operation Christmas Child (OCC), an outreach of Samaritan's Purse.

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The Bock’s Office: ‘Interstellar’ a great space film undone by Hollywood black hole

By now, announcing that you’re boldly going where no man has gone before barely even warrants a shrug from movie audiences. That doesn’t stop the maker of “Interstellar” from going a step beyond, even if he quickly takes two more steps backward.

Mike Littwin: Obama rides high atop the Republican wave

The strangest thing has happened. As everyone knows, Barack Obama's world turned upside down on Nov. 4. But then came the unexpected: The world kept spinning until, eventually, Obama somehow found himself on top. If history is any guide, Obama may not stay there for long. But in what should be the afterglow of the Republicans' huge midterm victory, the news instead is all about Obama. And some of it, shockingly, is even good.

Al Cashion: School board woes

The School Board meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. Thursday night at Ridgeview Elementary. Once again, I will be in attendance and take my allotted five minutes during the public comment time.

John Williams: Littwin’s blunder

Liberal pundit Mike Littwin (Nov. 7 Craig Daily Press) and his slobbering love affair with all things left wing claims there is a mystery and he just can’t understand: what went wrong in the elections.

Lance Scranton: Teach your children well

How often do you make a decision based on emotions? “Follow your heart,” the saying goes, and we soon find ourselves in compromising situations, of our own choosing, blaming others, and deflecting responsibility.

Prather’s Pick: A Cormoran Strike novel

“The Silkworm,” written by Robert Galbraith, is the second Cormoran Strike novel. The book, for adults, is published by Mulholland Books, Little, Brown, and Company (2014). Robert Galbraith is a pseudonym for J.K. Rowling, the author of the Harry Potter series. Her first Cormoran novel was “The Cuckoo’s Calling.”