April 4 will be a critical election for the citizens of Craig. The voters of Craig will be tasked in electing a new mayor and filling four open councilperson seats. The new mayor will either be tasked with indoctrinating new council members, working with existing members or a combination of both old and new. This individual must possess the leadership, flexibility, creativity, and vision to lead Craig to new horizons. Joe Bird has all of these characteristics and more.
I am appealing to Moffat County Democrats and anyone who is interested in continuing a local Democratic Party to attend a re-organization meeting at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the VFW.
I want to personally thank the communities of Northwest Colorado and elected officials across the state for their strong show of support of Colowyo Mine’s continued operations. We couldn’t ask for better employees, friends and neighbors.
I am curious how others feel about half of Craig City Council voting against recreational pot sales being on the April ballot? Whether you are for or against the sale of recreational pot in Craig, don't you find it disturbing when politicians are afraid of letting citizens vote for an issue? I attended meetings where the three councilors used two excuses for not allowing a democratic vote.
ZIRKEL Wireless would like to say that Hickenlooper’s vision of 100 percent coverage by 2020 is feasible. And it can be done for much less than most of our decision makers think.
Our family would like to thank all of those many many people who helped my mother throughout the last couple of years of her life.
I am extremely proud of Moffat County High School for a variety of reasons. At the meeting of athletic directors in Grand Junction a few weeks ago, another athletic director took the time to pass on some positive feedback from their parents and compliment Moffat County High School fans for their positive behaviors during basketball games at Grand Valley High School. Good job fans!
It seems that there are still people out there that still do not know what no means. Let me reiterate: The majority of voters vote not to allow the growth and sales of recreational pot. This means no.
I would like to give a HUGE thank you to The Memorial Hospital Medical Clinic.
I appreciate and support our educators and those who consistently work to make the lives of our students better!
As I continue to shift through the years of becoming a reasonable adult, the more I realize our government policies have lost all its value towards "By the People, For the People."
Sorry Mr. Morton but arguments against recreational pot have nothing whatsoever to do with logic. The legalization of pot is new enough that right now there are no reputable figures either way. I have seen State Patrol figures that pot D.U.I.s are up, and I do know that there are a number of deaths attributed to driving under the influence of pot. And I do know that “I’m sorry,” will never, ever be just compensation for a family that has lost a member killed by a pot smoker.
I want to say good for you, Cory Overton. The only thing you left out was that people in the city shouldn’t hold office in the county.
I am a lifelong hunter, angler, veteran, 40-year resident of Colorado and a lifetime member of Backcountry Hunters and Anglers.
Numerous people have provided guest editorials opposing the city allowing the recreational sale of marijuana. All of the reasons advanced for opposing the recreational sale of marijuana are illogical.