I have lived in Craig for a little over nine years and have enjoyed every moment of it. We have a wonderful, giving and supportive community, which I am so proud to be a part of. I enjoy the day-to-day challenges the newspaper business provides, It is rewarding knowing we provide the community and our readers with the news which effects our lives in Craig/Moffat County. I have five children, Ashley, Brandon, Joshua, Jeremiah & Aubrey, and a son and daughter-in-law. Two grand babies, Shane & Sophie whom I adore. My husband Jim is an Electrician Supervisor at Twenty Mile Coal Company and is the best man I could have ever dreamt of. I am blessed in all areas of my life.
The Craig Daily Press is pleased to bring to you Learning Today… Leading Tomorrow — a special section highlighting the academic achievements of the youth in Moffat County.
We are excited to present to you the 2014 Best of Moffat County!
The Craig Daily Press won the highest honors in all categories for its work in 2015 at the Colorado Press Association conference held on Friday and Saturday in Lakewood.
The Festival of Trees committee hosted a special event last Saturday at the courthouse. Ten kindergartner students from each elementary school were selected to have breakfast with Santa, based on their PAWs behavior and/or a school contest, according to the brochure for the event. McDonald's in Craig provided the children with a pancake breakfast and orange juice. Children also had an opportunity to speak to Santa about their Christmas wish list.
Amy Fontenot stands with her husband Kurt Fontenot and their daughters Mercy and Gracie.
The members of Moffat County High School's DECA and Future Business Leaders of America teams convene with adviser Krista Schenck before a Wednesday workshop open to community members to learn about job interview skills, resume building and other tools necessary when seeking employment.
Charlene Abdella, far right, reads to the students of Shawn Steele's second grade class at Sandrock Elementary School. Abdella and other members of Rotary Club of Craig visit local elementary schools on a monthly basis to share the reading experience. The program also provides students with free copies of books provided by Rotarians.