Perhaps you sent a lovely card or set upon a chair.
It’s 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 24, 2015, and I just got home from taking a very relaxing river float trip.
What a grand weekend at Loudy-Simpson Park!
I just want to thank all our family, friends, neighbors, strangers and all the great people in this community that has given our family love and support in a difficult time.
As a new resident of Craig, but no stranger to small town living, I for one commend the Craig community for taking a stand against the supporters of an organization that, based on my research, is going after the Colowyo Mine simply because it is a manufacturer of coal, not because it is a threat to any natural resource in our area.
I work as the manager of the Craig Apothecary, and have for almost four years. We remain a medical only dispensary, whereas both Craig and Moffat County have not allowed the retail sales, cultivation or manufacture of cannabis products.
As a member of this community for more than 30 years, I have to say that I am saddened by the things that have been happening during the past couple of days.
While I do not consider myself an expert, I have audited and reviewed school district budgets around this state for more than 35 years as a certified public accountant.
As owner of the Elk Run Inn, I am concerned about the fate of the Greater Sage Grouse, whose habitat includes sagebrush lands here in northwest Colorado and 10 other western states and two Canadian provinces.
Recently there was a very significant motor vehicle accident that occurred along Highway 40 just east of the Maybell community. Maybell is a very small community with a very large area to cover for our 100 percent volunteer emergency services.
Most Americans probably have no idea what the Export-Import Bank even is, much less why it’s in the news right now. Yet it’s becoming the latest front in the fight to trim federal government.
The Humane Society of Moffat County would like to thank Northwest Storage, Clarion Inn and the Craig Daily Press for all their help and support.
I usually enjoy Stephanie Pearce’s column, but this week’s entry really hit home. The dog she and her family visited was Kandu, who with his owner Ken Rogers, is part of a seasoned Heeling Friends therapy team working in hospitals, nursing homes, classrooms and other places where pets can bring peace and comfort to hurting people.
What makes a power hungry, lying, cheating, money grubber like Hillary Clinton think she is qualified to be the president?
A thank you is certainly in order to Moffat County citizens for their ongoing support of St Michael’s Community Kitchen.