Letters to the editor


Paula Sadvar: Help my friend

A dear friend and member of our community, Gerry Pritchard, is still fighting cancer. He is staying with his daughter, Jessica, in Grand Junction.

Suzanne Meyer: Appalled at newspaper

I am writing this letter to express how appalled I am at the Craig Daily Press’ policy of charging to print obituaries.

W.L. “Bill” Terrill: Thanks for the story

I want to thank Dan and Mary Pat for the article on my father, W.H. “Bill” Terrill, that was in the Saturday Morning Press on Dec. 13.

Tom and Rita Arellano: Thank you

We recently experienced some furnace problems, and a local business was here to assist. Thank you Shepherd and Sons! Great Service! I would highly recommend them for your furnace needs! Thanks again.

Paula Sadvar: Friend in need

A dear friend and member of our community, Gary Pritchard, is still fighting cancer. He is staying with his daughter, Jessica, in Grand Junction. Any and all donations are welcome and appreciated. Please donate at Bank of the West. Thank you.

The Loving Family of Tory Tovar: Thanks for the support

Our family would like to express our most sincere gratitude for the outpouring of love, help and kindnesses since the loss of our loved one.

Rita Kettle: Please, protect our kids

Stop child abuse. This subject has no doubt touched my heart. You hear about it in the news, you hear about it on the streets and read about it in the papers.

John Aiken: Thank you

I would like to thank Road and Bridge, especially Liz, Danny and Randy for the great service on snow removal this winter.

Christmas for Seniors: Craig is wonderful

Once again, a big thank you to the wonderful Craig and Moffat County residents who donated to the 2014 Christmas for Seniors campaign.

Colette Arnold: Thank you for charity

Sandrock Ridge Care & Rehab would like to thank everyone that made the residents’ Christmas possible.

Duane Koukol: Goodbye, Joe

Many years ago with a little help from a friend, We piled in the old blue van. She said she knew where Joe lived. We first stopped in Crawford, a little restaurant. It was Joe’s place. We asked the waitress, with a smile, “Is Joe in?” She said she hadn’t seen him in a while.

Antone LeBlanc: In memory of Grandpa

In 1906, Dr. Aldis Alzheimer noticed changes in the brain tissue of a woman who had died of an unusual mental illness. That was the day I got my name, but, unlike you, that was not also the day I was born.

Carol J. Sloan: A gift for my Lord

I’m under the impression that as long as I state this is my own personal belief and in my opinion this will be printed in our paper. So, I just want to share a story about me, my belief and thoughts, this holiday season. I am one that wants and believes in keeping Christ in Christmas. Jesus is my lord and savior.

Matt Winey: Public land debate

One of the silliest things I have ever read was just in the Saturday edition of our local Craig Daily Press. The silliness was from someone who apparently does not understand the type of government that made this nation what it is today or did she seem to understand why the elected officials who believed the federal government should be “all” powerful were just defeated soundly in the 2014 midterm elections.

NOWECOS: Raffle thanks

The Northwest Colorado Snowmobile Club (NOWE-COS) thanks the following Craig merchants for allowing the club to sell raffle tickets at their establishments: Centennial Mall Craft Show, City Market, MJK Sales & Feed, Inc., Murdoch’s Ranch & Home Supply and Walmart.