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Part of the problem, part of the solution

our view Those who are truly interested in the financial well being of Moffat County should go beyond criticizing the commissioners and offer some possible solutions to the problems.

Bleeding the Black Ink

Coming together to communicate

It might have been a meeting of contentious finger pointing.

Committing to Quitting

When it comes to smoking, there's no better time to quit like the present. Thursday is the Great American Smokeout, a day in which people are encouraged to take the first step in giving up their tobacco-using habits. We encourage area smokers to take advantage of the resources that are available to them locally and statewide.

Residents refuse to be victims

When it comes to personal protection, instructor Ray Beck looks at it like one getting ready to go out into winter weather.

An education in conflict resolution

The Moffat County School District should be commended for implementing a program called Second Step, which gives students tools to stop conflicts before they start.

Bleeding the Black Ink

A balancing act of a business

Newspapers are unique animals in that while they are businesses and must meet all the demands that other businesses must meet, they also are beholden to a particular group if it they want to maintain their credibility.

Program raises diabetes awareness

It's a disease that many people don't even know they have and more people are getting it every day, a registered nurse and certified diabetic educator for The Memorial Hospital said.

Bleeding the Black Ink

Rediscovering roots through youth

They were vibrant, insightful and full of questions.

VNA needs volunteers

Those who are interested in volunteering for the Visiting Nurse Association's hospice team are invited to attend a tea to be held at 4 p.m. Nov. 11 at the VNA conference room.

Two Craig residents called to California

Firefighters offer support during blaze

Two members of the Northwest Colorado Fire Management Unit in Craig were recently called away to assist their counterparts fight blazes in southern California.

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