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Identity Graphics owner Joel Browning prepares vinyl letters Tuesday for a banner encouraging students to perform well on the Transitional Colorado Assessment Program, an amended version of the Colorado Student Assessment program. Maximum Commitment to Excellence, a local grassroots group, is spearheading an effort to get local entrepreneurs to display the banners and signs at their businesses.

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Joel Browning’s hands moved rapidly Tuesday as he cut, peeled and smoothed large vinyl letters inside his shop on Yampa Avenue. “Good luck,” one row of letters read. Another spelled out the message, “Show What You Know.” Browning, owner of Identity Graphics in downtown Craig, has made several banners and signs with a similar message recently. Their ultimate goal is to encourage students to perform well on the Transitional Colorado Assessment Program currently underway in the Moffat County School District. Several signs and banners have sprung up in a few Craig businesses so far, and Cook Chevrolet owner Scott Cook is confident more will go up soon.


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