From spending time with Hospice patients to landscaping at the Rollingstone Respite House, our volunteers do so much. We are thankful for your kindness and compassion and the many hours you devote to our Hospice patients and families.
These past several months, as I campaigned to become your mayor, have been the most humbling and fulfilling times of my life. I am not a politician — I have been serving people in business and through community organizations for more 45 years.
I wanted to congratulate the members of the newly elected council and wish them all the best as they embark on an important time in our local history.
What an amazing community we live in with such great potential ahead of us.
It does not surprise me to hear that Mary Morris would step up to save a life.
I have been watching the press coverage and letters about ballot #1A. I think that some of us have missed a few issues.
Salt River Project is kicking Moffat County in the teeth. As if Moffat County School District wasn’t strapped for cash already — this exacerbates the situation even more.
Out of all the letters that have been directed at myself or the Committee To Grow Craig, Mr. Lou Hahn’s most recent has to be my favorite.
Thank you, Lou Hahn, for the excellent letter. I firmly believe that anyone that believes selling dope to bolster our economy should not be voted into office.
Your stated reason against support of John Ponikvar for mayor is one of the most absurd things I have ever read. It is right up there with voting for a president based on race or gender.
I am not ashamed for anything I do. I am sad people in this town would shame me to hell even if I have never met them. I would be ashamed of myself for judging those who choose whichever pleasure in life.
The discussion about legalizing marijuana goes much deeper than if it is be good for the economy, or boosts business. What does the Bible say?
In reference to your Letter to the Editor in the Saturday Morning Press on March 18: I hope your letter will be your last best effort to get pot or as you call it “cannabis” established in Craig. If the “Good Ol’ Boys Club” as you call them are for supporting a good healthy community for our Craig youth without dugs, then I and anyone with children have to vote against anyone you support.
I have been asked to write a letter in support of Joe Bird’s candidacy for mayor of our lovely city.
I met Joe Bird about 15 years ago. Not only is he kind and understanding, he cares about the community.