To Guy Winston Jones Jr. friends and neighbors here in Craig: Thank you for your care and kindness to Guy through the years.
The family of AJ Stoffle would like to take this time to thank the Craig Daily Press for keeping up with AJ’s Snocross Career for the past 14 years.
As the new chair of the Yampa-White-Green Rivers Basin Round Table, I’m writing to give an update on some of the water issues being addressed both in Northwest Colorado and throughout the state.
This letter is in response to Ms. Boss. I understand that these winter months can be a pain in the butt, but if you have lived here for 20 years you should be use to it by now. I agree the roads aren't exactly easy to deal with, how do you think the plow drivers feel?
In the Feb. 5 edition of the paper a letter from a Craig resident was printed. The lady was complaining about the street snow removal. I thought about her sad situation she was experiencing and have a couple of comments.
The Humane Society of Moffat County would like to thank our community for their support in 2015.
Saying “Thank You” for so much love and concern seems so inadequate.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and that applies to our services as well. It is your point of perception that will frame your reaction to any situation.
The Positive Behavior Intervention and Support Team from Craig Middle School would like to give a shout out to the Craig McDonald’s for donating 155 hot and delicious breakfasts to sixth, seventh and eighth grade students who were honored at a breakfast Jan. 15.
To the editor, This is a reference to Tucker Street, as well as, the majority of streets in Craig. The snow removal this winter (2015-16) has been unacceptable.
The Positive Behavior Intervention and Support Team (PBIS) from Craig Middle School would like to give a shout out to the Craig McDonald’s for donating 155 hot and delicious breakfasts to sixth, seventh and eighth grade students who were honored at a breakfast on Jan. 15, 2016.
This is a reference to Tucker Street, as well as, the majority of streets in Craig. The snow removal this winter (2015-16) has been unacceptable.
To the editor: For the past 2 1/2 years the Rocky Mountain Railroad Heritage Society has been working with the city of Craig to try and come up with a way to save the Denver and Salt Lake Railroad Depot. We have made many trips to Craig and have attended many meetings with officials of the Union Pacific Railroad and interested parties that want to see this historic depot saved.
We have had quite a bit of snow this winter so far. More than we have had here in recent years.
To the editor: Thank you to rangers from Colorado State Parks and Wildlife for giving up their time to put on the avalanche class Jan. 16. Your knowledge and expertise cannot be measured when it comes to saving lives. We look forward to working with all of you in the future.