A sure sign of spring in Craig is seeing the city’s street sweepers at work.
I am writing this because I feel it is so wrong that we have a “records” section in our newspaper, unlike bigger city papers.
While this is not meant to be a reply to Ms. Kisseberth’s letter regarding Social Security from Monday the 17th, (I collect it myself), I thought the following clipping I saved several years ago would be interesting.
The Craig Rotary Club would like to thank all of the community members and businesses who helped make our 2014 Diamonds and Spurs event one of the most successful events in recent years.
Singing valentines was such a special experience for Moffat County High School’s CenterStage this year.
My wife and I just received a wonderful Valentine’s Day present — a singing valentine!
We wish to thank everyone who brought food, made a phone call, stopped by with a kind word, sent a card, donated monies in Mom’s name or came to her funeral service.
Those wonderful folks from the Calvary Baptist Church were at it again! At what, you ask? Well, they were at Sandrock Ridge Care & Rehab on Valentine’s Day, and they sure put on a party for the residents!
It’s time for Congress to act so that Social Security benefits finally can start to keep pace with the cost of living. The average monthly benefit for Social Security retirees in Moffat County is $1,222.
I would like to respond to a couple of letters written to the editor in the Feb. 12 edition of the Craig Daily Press.
On Feb. 7, two members of the Craig Rural Fire Department came to our facility (Sandrock Ridge Care and Rehab) and did a fire extinguisher class for our staff.
Legions of the Blue and Gray! Back on the road today. With visions of glory. For a lifetime to stay!
Small-town people are wonderful. I’ve lived in Craig for almost two years, and everyone I’ve met has made me feel very welcome. When I first moved here, I had trouble finding some places so I would ask for directions.
On Feb. 1, I attempted to do business with one of the downtown businesses. The sign on their door stated they would be open at 10 a.m. I got to the business a few minutes early, and was prepared to wait till 10 a.m.
On Jan. 22, I had the good fortune to give a tour of the Bord Gulch Ranch, which I manage, to the most influential people out there when it comes to the future of sage grouse. I was honored to have the chance to share my “on-the-ground” conservation efforts.