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.
The Humane Society of Moffat County (HSMC) is competing to win a $25,000 Petsafe grant that if awarded, will assist the city of Craig to build Craig’s first dog park. We are asking the community to get behind this effort by entering Petsafe's "Bark for your Park" contest before June 30. Not only will you have a chance to tell Petsafe why Craig deserves a dog park, you will also have a chance to win Petsafe pet products.
On behalf of the country band TRAIL, from Parker, I would like to pass along our thanks for the great reception we received during this year’s Whittle the Wood Rendezvous.
I would like to help Mr. McQuay lose some sleep, so he will continue to fight with me. Did you know that the same people who are trying to save these dinosaurs, (our government, state or feds, does it matter), tried to kill them off in the late 60s!
We had another great river float trip! It's such a fun, relaxing time for all of us — just sitting, soaking up some sun, dragging our feet in the water, watching the birds along the way.
Once again, left wing hack, political pundit and renowned hypocrite, Mike Littwin, in his column, shows his true ability to bend the facts while ignoring the actions of the liberal left.
Yampa Valley Artisans would like to thank the city of Craig, Moffat County, Samuelson’s True Value, and Pam Foster for their support of our Galleria at the Park.
The article in Saturday’s Daily Press by Tom Chart concerning the elimination of the “invasive species” in the Yampa River and Elkhead Reservoir finally struck the last nerve and has prompted me to respond in kind.
The Upper Colorado Endangered Fish Recovery Program is keenly aware that actions to recover endangered fish can impact local communities.
When that petition comes around to cultivate prosperity in our “quaint little town,” I urge you not to sign it.
If you want to keep the game fish (Bass and Pike) in Elkhead, DO NOT participate in this joke of a tournament.
I wanted to take this opportunity to let Moffat County residents know that I am running for Moffat County Commissioner, District 1, as a write-in candidate in the General Election in November.