The upcoming MCSD School Board election is of critical importance. There are four seats changing.
One school district goal is “reconnecting with the community.” Back in May, two new proposed calendars were given to the school board. Five months later, administration has yet to release them to the community for input.
I have witnessed firsthand our teacher’s desperate need for additional hands on help due to the alarming increase in class size and behavioral issues.
On Saturday, Oct. 3, members of the Northwest Colorado Chapter of Parrotheads conducted their semi-annual cleanup of the Pebble Beach area along the Yampa River.
A heartfelt thank you to all who helped in any and all ways during Tim’s battle with Lewy Body Dementia and final illness. Especially to Evelyn Pomeroy, Dan Davidson, Marie and Joe Shaffer, Lois Stoffle, Dr. Jon Hamilton, Stace Toye PA, the ambulance crews, nurses and doctors at The Memorial Hospital, and Kathy Gush and Care Givers at Sandrock Ridge Care Center.
We would like to take this opportunity to give a big “Thank you!” to the Hampton Inn, Brothers Meats and Vallarta’s for your generous donations of food to our students here at GOAL Online Academy.
There were so many people who helped while the wife was in the hospital, that I would like to say thank you and I appreciate the help and support I received.
The Classes of History of the American West at Moffat County High School extend a hearty thanks and note of appreciation to the Friends of Moffat County Education for their recent funding of our field trip to Dinosaur National Monument.
Nearly 350 rubber ducks bobbed along the Yampa River during the Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association’s first Craig Rubber Ducky Race on Sept. 5.
Our organization, Moffat County Cancer Society, would like to, once again, express our many thanks, deep appreciation and thoughtfulness to Irene, Tony and Steve and all the staff of Victory Motors of Craig for hosting the amazing Second Annual “Bite Out of Cancer” Drive, held July 21 through 25.
Though I believe no pot in Craig financially affects your business, I do not believe for a minute that Craig and Moffat County have lost millions and millions of dollars due to the voters here not being smart enough to legalize the weed.
We live in one amazing community. Our family was amazed by the overwhelming love and support we received during this most difficult time in our lives.
A huge thank you to our friends, neighbors, family and the community of Craig for the love and generosity we received upon the passing of our mother, Margaret Thompson.
A couple of years ago, when Amendment 64 passed in the state of Colorado, the vote lost by four percent here in Moffat County. Since then, we have seen millions of dollars made in Steamboat Springs, which has boosted their already self-sustaining economy all around, increasing tourism and improving the incomes of restaurants, bars and hotels.
We, the Weber family, would like to thank everyone for their love and support during our loss.