I have had the privilege of personally knowing Andrea Camp for approximately 15 years.
The Empty Bowl fundraiser was a great success because of you. From the Yampa Valley potters who donated 300 beautiful hand potted bowls, 10 local restaurants who donated delicious soup; the printing of flyers, invitations and the story written.
We would like to express our gratitude to the community leaders that helped make Homecoming at Moffat County High School such a success!
After reading in the paper about the theft of “Trump” yard signs, I felt I must point out the obvious.
Thank you for the opportunity to comment on the Moffat County Commissioners ad concerning the processing of Long Term Medicaid applications.
The Humane Society of Moffat County would like to thank the community for their continued donations. Such support assists us in helping with adoptions and low-income support for those in need.
Thank you, Victory Motors and all the generous donors and our team of former Broncos players who participated in the wonderful and fun fundraising event at Loudy-Simpson Park in June of this year!
Advocates-Crisis Support Services (ACSS) Board of Directors would like to say “thank you” to everyone who supported our “Take a Stand” Against Domestic Violence events held on Oct. 17 and 18.
I was thrilled to see that Congressman Tipton has received the official endorsement of the Colorado Farm Bureau.
I’m writing today to ask readers to join me in supporting Gail Schwartz for Congress in the 3rd Congressional District. The minute I heard Gail was getting into this race, I was on her team. Gail knows what it means to get around the state, listen to people, and deliver for Coloradans. And she is a champion for an issue very near and dear to this mountain climber: our public lands.
Amendment 71 is the only initiated constitutional amendment that deserves a “yes” vote this election.
I wanted to thank Patrick Kelly for the well written article concerning the Empty Bowl Fundraiser. All of us who are a part of this event appreciate the time and coverage we are given by the Craig Daily Press. I would like to personally thank the local potters who take time to make the bowls — Jerry Paulson, Genevieve Yazzie, Susan Erikson, Jean Jones, Bev Rubley and David Morris.
The staff and PAC (Parent Advisory Committee) of Sunset Elementary would like to thank the community of Craig for helping support our Annual Community Fall Festival!
I am writing to clarify the position of Northwest Rocky Mountain CASA in response to the online article published by the Craig Daily Press on Oct. 18.
Homecoming is a special time of year that brings the community together while watching our high school athletes in one of the most spectated games of the season. It’s a time when school pride and team spirit shine through.