Again we hear the cry, more money for education. Several constants have been imbedded in our education system for a long time, and until these are eliminated, there never will be enough money to fix the problem of poor results.
My name is Patrick Wayne Germond, and I am running for the Moffat County School District Board of Education District 4 seat. I have resided in Craig for 18 years, and currently have three children attending Moffat County schools. By now, most everyone has received their mail-in ballots, and I would like to ask for your vote.
Thank you for the beautiful article featuring Roberta Hawks in Wednesday’s paper. It is great to see how much she loves her community, and what she is helping to put together.
I would like to express my personal thanks and gratitude to the Moffat County community, businesses, Booster Club and parents for making this past Homecoming Week one of the best ever.
I arrived in Craig last year as a stranger, unfamiliar with the culture and traditions of this great city. With absolutely no idea what I was doing, I embarked on the adventure of organizing homecoming.
Are you ready to live in a ghost town? It’s going to happen if the government and the Environmental Protection Agency get their way. If you think this won’t affect you — think again.
We would like to thank Jeremy, Nathaniel and Colt of Scout Troop 1150, Boy Scouts of America, from The Journey at First Baptist, and their scout master Darrin and scout leaders Cindy and Shawnel for coming to our home and cleaning up all the downed branches that we lost from our trees in the recent snow storm and piling them at the curb for us.
Thank you to the Craig Daily Press editorial board for considering the role of the Craig Moffat Economic Development Partnership (Oct. 5 Editorial), and for addressing the now-vacant Safeway building adjacent to Centennial Mall.
On Saturday, Sept. 21, the Craig Daily Press published an article with the provocative title “Craig Station Ranks as No. 1 carbon polluting power plant in Colorado.
Here is the language appearing on the Moffat County ballot:
If Referred Measure 1H passes, it neither commits Moffat County to any secession movement nor limits the County from exploring other available avenues. Voting “yes” on this measure does not constitute your approval for our Moffat County Commissioners to attempt a split or separation away from the State of Colorado.
Maximum Commitment to Excellence is a group of concerned citizens and business leaders that has taken the stance to improve the Moffat County school system. The focus of this group is to facilitate and assist our schools and help our students to be better prepared to achieve in life.
If passed, Amendment 66 would increase state income taxes by $1 billion per year and mandate that 43 percent of existing revenue would be spent on education and that all incremental revenue increases go to P-12 education.
We would like to express our sincerest gratitude to a community that showed such kindness to help our family. Everyone that helped set up and attended the benefit for Laura Bingham-Gonzales went out of their way to make it a amazing event.
A big thank you to all involved in making the benefit for Laura Bingham Gonzales a huge success.