I will have to admit that I am ignorant of some of the facts presented by Leeann Cline. I do know that it is a good thing that parents put their weed where their kids cannot get to it — because we know that kids never get into things they are not supposed to.
While there are many people debating the pros and cons of allowing recreational marijuana sales in Moffat County, most of the arguments leave out one important thing — facts.
Hey man, look here. We can buy pot in Moffat County! Let’s go buy some. There, let’s toke up. Hey, that’s good stuff. Let’s go, we’d better head home. Whoops, ran over that kid on a bicycle. That’s okay, people here would rather have the money from pot than worry about losing one life.
This is in response to Michael Lausin’s letter about missing out on pot. In all of his Bla-bla-bla about how great pot would be for the town of Craig, you notice he never once mentioned anything about the effects that pot and other drugs have had on our country’s children, including ones here in Craig.
Again, Craig has turned down an economic development opportunity and has made the merchants in Steamboat very happy. I’m talking about the failure to gain enough signatures for the retail cannabis ballot measure. Various writers to the editor don’t think there’s much money in retail cannabis, but I beg to differ.
Advocates-Crisis Support Services would like to take this opportunity to thank Neil Folks and Vicki Burns from the Moffat County Fuller Center for Housing for including our organization in their recent project.
The good news is we and several of our neighbors in the Elkhead area awoke in our own beds this morning, July 28, 2016. We thank the Lord, Craig Volunteer firefighters, and 25 feet of road separating our homes from yesterday’s wildfire.
I would like to thank the Daily Press and Patrick Kelly for the article “Volunteers sought for animal shelter” that appeared in the June 22 edition. As a result of the article we received some interest from people willing to volunteer.
How ironic that the CPW has articles in the paper about leaving young wild animals alone.
What a fantastic night Northwest Rocky Mountain CASA had on June 25 at Thunder Rolls Bowling Center during our Bowl-For-Kids fundraiser! Sponsors and attendees enjoyed free pizza and bowled the night away for a good cause.
I would like to thank Moffat County Commissioner Frank Moe for having the foresight to see our community needed leadership help in moving our economy forward.
I would like to express my thanks to the Memorial Hospital staff for this past weekend. What a wonderful group of people.
Our family wishes to convey our sincerest appreciation to all of our friends who sent prayers, flowers, food, supplies and so many other forms of support far too many to name during Tony Webb’s passing.
First off, my hats off to those individuals that stand up for what they believe in and have not yet become a conformist.
Mothers and fathers of teens who drive, if you read this statistic pass it on to family and friends who have teenagers that have cell phones and drive.