A tip of the hat to Daily Press writer Stephanie Pearce, she gets it. I will point out, whether her columns were originally meant to be about Common Core or not, they certainly do apply to it.
Ever since the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service listed the Gunnison Sage-Grouse as threatened last fall, I am increasingly concerned that a listing of the Greater Sage-Grouse might be next.
Northwest Colorado Snowmobile Club would like to thank our community for their support during our Snow Cat Groomer accident. We are now grooming and getting our trails back in condition.
This morning while I was drinking my coffee, I happened to look out my kitchen windows and saw a man and his large black dog walking by on the street.
The Craig Concert Association is looking for a few folks to join our board. At our meeting of Jan. 18, we noted that we had two vacancies.
I wonder if Jan. 19 had come and gone with uninterrupted postal service, would a large number of our local population even have realized it was a holiday recognizing Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.? I think that as human beings and Americans of the 21st century, we need to ask ourselves that question and more.
The Humane Society of Moffat County would like to express our appreciation to everyone who supported us in 2014 by making donations, volunteering and participating in our fundraisers.
A dear friend and member of our community, Gerry Pritchard, is still fighting cancer. He is staying with his daughter, Jessica, in Grand Junction.
I am writing this letter to express how appalled I am at the Craig Daily Press’ policy of charging to print obituaries.
I want to thank Dan and Mary Pat for the article on my father, W.H. “Bill” Terrill, that was in the Saturday Morning Press on Dec. 13.
We recently experienced some furnace problems, and a local business was here to assist. Thank you Shepherd and Sons! Great Service! I would highly recommend them for your furnace needs! Thanks again.
A dear friend and member of our community, Gary Pritchard, is still fighting cancer. He is staying with his daughter, Jessica, in Grand Junction. Any and all donations are welcome and appreciated. Please donate at Bank of the West. Thank you.
Our family would like to express our most sincere gratitude for the outpouring of love, help and kindnesses since the loss of our loved one.
Stop child abuse. This subject has no doubt touched my heart. You hear about it in the news, you hear about it on the streets and read about it in the papers.
I would like to thank Road and Bridge, especially Liz, Danny and Randy for the great service on snow removal this winter.