As August ends so begins football season. My favorite time of the year. Wednesday night, I was privileged to watch a third- and fourth-grade Doak Walker game at Woodbury Park and then on Friday the Bulldogs’ victory over the Sailors at the Bulldog Proving Grounds.
The family of Alvin Lawton would like to say thank you so much for all the thoughts, prayers, cards and kind wishes during this difficult time. It is comforting to know how Alvin touched so many lives.
Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association’s Community Health Centers in Craig and Steamboat Springs are among nonprofit CHCs throughout the U.S. providing affordable health care to individuals of all ages and incomes.
The staff at Sunset Elementary School would like to thank merchants and Craig community members for their cooperation and sense of humor while our teachers were on their team-building scavenger hunt.
The Iran nuclear deal is wrong in many areas. Anyone who studies history will see Iran does not care if they tell the truth.
In recognition of World Breastfeeding Month in August, we want to highlight the challenge facing working moms who want to give their babies the affordable and irreplaceable health benefits of breast milk.
During the past three decades, agricultural land in the South Platte Basin dropped from 1.1 million acres down to 813,000, as water left farms and ranches, sold to growing cities.
I bumped into a light bulb the other day, which caused an idea in my pea brain. Things are backwards.
Back on main street again. A hot cup of Joe to go. “Tell the old man, hi for me!”
The tenants at Sunset Meadows II and I would like to thank the community and organizations, in Craig for their donations of food, craft items, holiday items and visits.
As I read Thursday’s Steamboat Today’s letter to the editor, “Statement needs proof,” written by Dave Peregoy in response to Jim Erickson’s previous letter, I had to reflect back on the original letter of Aug. 13.
The Humane Society of Moffat County thanks Pepsi and Northwest Storage for their help and support at the Whittle the Wood event.
The people in Northwest Colorado continue to amaze me.
Coming face to face with one’s mortality is a frightening as well as value-changing experience.
A big heartfelt thank you goes out to all the firefighters who came to our rescue during the grass fire out on Johnson Way.