Through the good times and not so good, one thing remains constant: the charitable spirit of the folks in our community. During 2016, the Interfaith Food Bank has been the beneficiary of food and money raised by United Way, the US Post Office, Craig Middle School, The Memorial Hospital, the recent KRAI Holiday Drive, and individual food and financial gifts too numerous to mention.
It seems to me to let the barn go and let the $100,000 go to a better use.
Last week I received a “thank you” card from The Memorial Hospital. It was signed by several of the nurses and CNAs who cared for me during my recent stay after having knee surgery. They were expressing their gratitude to me for choosing TMH for my stay.
Eagle’s Nest Preschool would like to take this opportunity to give a big “Thank You” to Craig Firefighters Nick Scheller, Jesse Doolin, Tonya Mercer and Annie Sauer.
America is a land of diverse people. We come in all shapes and sizes. We come in different colors, all speak differently, or wear different clothes. The thing that people tend to forget is we are all people! We all breath the same air, and have a heart that beats the same way!
Mr. Copeland is right on! I have not heard anyone state it better.
Once again the holidays are upon us. If you haven't decided on holiday bonuses for your employees, may we suggest Spree Bucks?
I am extremely humbled to have been elected to serve as your County Commissioner. I would like to thank all those who helped and supported me over the last seven months. The process of campaigning gave me the opportunity to gain a much broader understanding of how deeply invested in this community so many people are.
I just want to express my deepest heartfelt thanks for giving me the opportunity to have the best job in the world for the last four years. Thank you so much for the honor of serving you! I hope that Moffat County and Northwest Colorado are in a better position for a bright, prosperous and vibrant future as a result of my efforts on your behalf.
"No, this was not a win for Republicans or conservatives, but a victory for every individual who works hard every day to contribute to this great nation — people who have felt powerless to affect the previous political climate." — Kevin Copeland
I’m somewhat tardy at getting this out, but I want to thank all for their thoughts, prayers and cards. They all have been helpful as Lynn is home and improving daily.
I have watched with interest (and grief) the “display” of anger and disappointment of the “losing” side in this election. I remember how I felt (as a conservative) when we lost in 2008 and again in 2012. I also felt disappointment and even anger, but I don’t recall any “riots” by our side at that time. We accepted the results and moved on.
I would like to thank the Maybell and Craig communities for their support at the dinner and silent auction to help me overcome medical expenses incurred in the loss of my infant son, Blaze Wayne Vernon.
We so appreciate you taking time out of your schedules to attend our event and entertain and educate our families that were able to be here.
The Moffat County Broadband Planning Committee is creating a Moffat County Broadband Plan with NeoConnect. Terry Carwile and I are working as co-chairs with NeoConnect, a telecom consulting group, and a dedicated group of business owners, local government and interested citizens to develop a foundation for broadband infrastructure as an essential utility and high speed internet service.