The people in Northwest Colorado continue to amaze me.
Coming face to face with one’s mortality is a frightening as well as value-changing experience.
A big heartfelt thank you goes out to all the firefighters who came to our rescue during the grass fire out on Johnson Way.
The family of Josie Burch would like to say thank you for all the prayers, cards, flowers, food, donations and the heartwarming outpour during our loss. It’s been uplifting to know how much Josie was respected and loved within our community and extended families. We can never thank you enough for all the support you’ve given to our families. In addition we would like to thank the following: The Copy Shop, THPK, Dwayne and Laura Gonzales, Amy Silvernale, Randy Merrick (and everyone who filled up balloons), Bank of the West, St. Michaels Church, Sunset Meadows and The American Legion and all those who sent cards, food and flowers to the services and our homes.
We wish to thank the following people for helping make our first Garden Walk and Luncheon a success:
It’s been said that a person who dies from a gunshot never hears the sound of the bullet that kills them.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service recently announced it will distribute $1.1 billion in revenues generated by the hunting and angling industry to state and territorial fish and wildlife agencies throughout the nation.
Years ago, I put a yellow ribbon around our lamp post in our front yard for all our service people.
The Board of Directors and I cannot begin to thank the people of Craig and greater Moffat County for their encouragement and support to the Yampa Valley Pregnancy Center since we changed directors in May.
Bears Ears Patriots would like to thank all the donors listed for their role in making the first annual Freedom Fun shoot a success:.
When taking my morning walk with my dog, I once again noticed the beautiful fields at Woodbury Park on Third Street.
I would like to thank the Craig Memorial Hospital staff for the 17 days I spent in the hospital this month.
I would like to request that all of our businesses to lower our flag in respect for our Marines that lost their lives last week in a senseless act of violence.
The Yampa Valley Artisans would like to thank the community for their support of our latest Pop Up Gallery. T&H Parts, Yampa Valley Bank, Cook Chevrolet/Subaru, Farm Bureau Insurance, Downtown Business Association, Mike and Suzanne Brinks and the Kitchen Shop were instrumental in the success of this event with their financial backing.
The staff and children at Hayden Public Library would like to express a public thank you to Clint at the Jungle Pet Shop.