As Thanksgiving approaches, we think of all the things we are grateful for. One of those things is living in a small town and the generosity of the people who live here.
This letter is to give the deepest sincere thanks to the wonderful family, friends and former students and athletes who helped me through 14 years of traveling back and forth weekly to chemo therapy at the V.A. Hospital in Denver, and a bone marrow transplant that took three months at the Veterans Bone Marrow Specialty Hospital in Seattle, Washington.
It must be two o’clock in the morning. Can I wait until five, the answer — NO!
The Humane Society of Moffat County would like to express our thanks to the community of Craig and Moffat County for your participation in the City Market Community Rewards program.
The School Board meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. Thursday night at Ridgeview Elementary. Once again, I will be in attendance and take my allotted five minutes during the public comment time.
Liberal pundit Mike Littwin (Nov. 7 Craig Daily Press) and his slobbering love affair with all things left wing claims there is a mystery and he just can’t understand: what went wrong in the elections.
The Sock Hop Dance and fundraiser held by the Senior Social Center on Nov. 1 was a great success.
What is up with the fuel prices in Craig?
Sunset Elementary would like to thank the following people and businesses for supporting our second annual Family Fall Festival.
On Tuesday, the staff and students of Sunset Elementary School would like to invite the community to visit Wyman Museum between 10:30 and 11:30 a.m. to view a new display.
The members of the Moffat County Cancer Society are so thankful to live in Moffat County. We would like to express our sincere and heartfelt appreciation to Irene, Tony, Steve and the staff of Victory Motors for hosting the amazing Cancer Drive Fundraiser and silent auction on Sept. 27. We thank you for your on-going donations from the sale of any car through December.
Big thanks to McDonald’s of Craig for helping our fundraiser be a success. On Wednesday Colorado Northwestern Community College had a fundraiser for their Early Childhood Education Scholarship fund.
The Broadband Ballot Issue 1A in Rio Blanco is a critically important measure before Rio Blanco County Voters for a variety of beneficial reasons including economic development, heritage and agritourism, public education, high-quality entertainment and much more.
Darryl Deakins, who was born and raised in Craig, was seriously injured Oct. 24.
I am writing this letter to encourage the citizens of Craig and Moffat County to vote “yes” on ballot measure 1A. It will allow for the cultivation of cannabis within the boundaries of unincorporated Moffat County. Let me provide you with some information to help you make your decision for voting “yes” on this measure.