To the editor: A squeaking wheel, this one voiced by those of us who believe obsolete and dangerous highways on the state highway system should be modernized, almost got greased by a law if passed by our legislature which would have provided funds for several highway improvement projects on the east slope and two here on our area.
According to CDOT statistics, as reported in the Monday, May 23, 2016 Craig Daily Press, “nearly 55 percent of marijuana users drove high an average of seven days per month. And according to the Colorado State Patrol, so far this year, nearly one out of every five DUI’s in Colorado involves marijuana.”
The only effect that banning recreational cannabis in Craig has, is that of helping to diminish our already disparaged economy. Help us to urge our local politicians to make the right choice!
I asked about her tattoo.
Yampa Valley OHV Trail Riders would like to thank all who helped with the Yampa Valley OHV Trail Riders Sand Wash Basin 3rd Annual Spring Fever Fun Day on May 14.
Thank you, community.
The Moffat County Education Association began a new program this year asking local businesses to offer a discount each month to our members.
A poem about Clint Wells.
The Freedom Hooves organization would like to extend a warm thank you to everyone who supported our Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser.
Thank you to the Flower Mine Gift Shop and the residents of Craig for the continued support of our military.
The Humane Society of Moffat County would like to thank the community for their generous donations.
We're writing this letter for the mystery window washer.
Several weeks back I was in a motorcycle accident where a car pulled out in front of me, causing me to wreck my motorcycle. I broke my wrist, collarbone an AC joint.
The residents at Sunset Meadows would like to thank the community for its donations.
It started as any other ordinary day. As a family we were visiting the town of Craig with the consideration of relocating to the area. Kevin Sidener had become “Kevin #2” at Cook Ford and was enjoying the camaraderie he and the salesmen were developing. Together he and I had decided that moving to Craig might be good for our family, so I loaded up our daughter and son on a Thursday afternoon and headed to Craig to see for myself.