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Carolyn Luscomb: Thanks for great care

Thank you to the VNA and Craig Memorial Hospital.

Lois Stoffle: Slow down to enjoy Christmas

As Christmas gets closer, everyone is in a rush to have the “best” Christmas ever! But why not slow down a bit and think about the Christmases past, the wonderful memories of years gone by.

Deirdre Pepin and Tracy Sheldon: Thank you Knights of Columbus

Every October, Craig’s Knights of Columbus St. Michael the Archangel Council 4131 hands out Tootsie Rolls. Community members are free to take Tootsie Rolls and can choose to donate to the Knights.

Loleta Waters: Local has new address

Ben Waters is no longer at Vibra Wound Care Clinic. He would love to hear from friends at his new address.

Board of Directors and Volunteers: Food bank grateful

The Interfaith Food Bank remains deeply indebted and appreciative of the Craig-Moffat County community in the fulfillment of our mission.

Interfaith Food Bank: It takes a community…

The Interfaith Food Bank remains deeply indebted and appreciative of the Craig-Moffat County community in the fulfillment of our mission.

Chuck and Ginger Osborn: Thank you city workers

Long story short — we have great crews working for the city of Craig!

Loleta Waters: Ben Waters moved to nursing home

Ben Waters is no longer at Vibra Wound Care Clinic. He would love to hear from friends at he new address:

Shara Cole: Miller Family Appliance is great

I feel compelled to tell you about this really, wholehearted business The Miller Family Appliance. See, for weeks now I have had problem after problem with my washing machine, and the crew at Miller Family Appliance have just bent over backwards to assist me with figuring out what the problems have been and to ensure that I am happy with everything.

Kathy Bockelman: Thank you for support

With the holiday season upon us, the staff at Advocates Crisis Support Services would like to take this time to thank our generous donors and also to remind the community of the many services we offer to all victims of crime, trauma, and loss here in Moffat County.

Aspen Matthews: CNCC is excellent community partner

The Moffat County United Way Bridges Out of Poverty program hosted a holiday party for more than 30 graduates of the Getting Ahead program in the Ceramics Studio at CNCC.

Russell George: Wish Mary Morris well

In my tenure here at Colorado Northwestern Community College, there are a handful of people I think have truly captured the heart and soul of what this college stands for. Mary Morris is one of them. She has been an integral part of CNCC for the past 25 years, in roles ranging from administrative support to, most recently, the director of our community education program.

Kathy Shirley: Thank you for help

P.E.O. Chapter AJ gives a huge thanks to the following people for their help with the 2015 Holiday Home Tour.

Kathleen King and Richard Gordon: Craig full of generosity

My husband and I recently visited Craig for the first time. We arrived in town right around 6:00 p.m. and stopped at the Kentucky Fried/Taco Bell drive-thru.

Doug Slaight: Repair swinging bridge

I can’t understand why the Moffat County commissioners are not repairing the damage done in the tractor incident. They have the insurance money to repair the damage.