I attended the Craig Moffat Economic Development Partnership meeting with the Craig City Council and the Moffat County Commissioners this past Tuesday night. A serious and heartfelt conversation was held by these three entities concerning our local economy.
The kind generosity of good friends like you has been a great help to us during this very difficult time. We would like to offer our most sincere thanks for the meals, flowers, cards and prayers you sent in memory of our dad and husband, Ron “Gramps” Alexander Sr.
Why wait until a health crisis arises or a terminal diagnosis is received to make your wishes known? Have you started thinking about and talking about how you want the end of your life to be? As hospice providers, we work with families facing these tough questions each day.
I would like to personally thank the voters of Moffat County for placing their trust in me to serve as a member of the Moffat County School Board.
The Humane Society of Moffat County would like to thank the following businesses and individuals for their services, support and donations.
The Moffat County High School National Honor Society would like to thank all the community members of Craig who came out to support our first “Trunk-or-Treat” on Halloween.
As supporting members of the Coalition for Affordable Energy, we would like to thank everyone involved who testified before the Environmental Protection Agency in Denver on Wednesday as well as everyone involved in setting up, promoting, attending and speaking at the rally.
While I acknowledge that Amendment 66 is not perfect, I will be voting “yes” on Amendment 66 for numerous reasons, including the positive impact it will have on rural school districts across Colorado.
One thing is for sure come Tuesday, there definitely is going to be change in the Moffat County School District. I think change is a good thing and absolutely is necessary from time to time to get new perspective on how things get accomplished.
Thank you to all who made the recent downtown Halloween activities so enjoyable. It’s definitely my favorite night of the year.
A big thank you and thumbs up to all the residents and businesses of Moffat County and visitors to Moffat County for making our annual Tootsie Roll Drive another great success. Horizons and the Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association will be forever grateful. God bless you all.
There are many good men in our community, and Jim Loughran, a candidate for the Moffat County School Board of Education, is one of them. I would like to endorse him for that position.
I read with interest Mr. Hawks’ letter to the residents of Shadow Mountain Village. I am that “guy” that he refers to in his letter. I do agree with him that the county and city have engaged in some double talk.
St. Michael’s Community Kitchen and the Yampa Valley Potters would like to extend a heartfelt thanks to all for supporting our first Empty Bowl fundraiser. Our success could not be possible without each and every one of you.
Amendment 66 will modernize Colorado’s P-12 system by strengthening early childhood education by investing in preschool and full-day kindergarten and reducing class sizes to offer more one-on-one time between students and teachers.