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.
I am thankful for this wonderful community, my home for over 40 years, the local schools where I worked for nearly 30 years, and the generous people in public positions keeping everything working! I, like the editorial board of the CDP, hope our community will take a stand and rally behind our school district. I’m not certain a mill levy override will solve the problems our school district faces, but if so, I would support it.
I teach Physical Education at East Elementary, and before that, I taught core classroom subjects for many years. I have listened to many people, both those in our schools and from the community about what to do with our school budget situation. I have heard what the stakeholders want, what staff feels is important, and the requests of the IBS team and administrators. Everyone has a different opinion based on what they want to see our school board decide for our future. Therein lies the problem.
Feb. 14 life changed. I suffered a stroke. For nearly 3 weeks the staff at The Memorial Hospital provided compassionate and professional nursing care and therapy for me in preparation for an intensive stroke rehab at St. Mary’s Hospital in Grand Junction.
I agree that in order for this board to move forward, Brent Curtice had to be released from his contract.
It was a pleasure to see in the Craig Daily Press the story and photo of students of Craig Middle School planting trees at Brown’s Park National Wildlife Refuge.