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Just like most other things we vote on, if you dont like the outcome, SUE.
The aclu isnt going to let this go quietly, they want name recognition, and they want paid for their overpriced attorney fees. I think its along ways from over, but hope its not.
If only the media would present the news as UN biased
Share the gift or your organs, If your gone, your not using them anymore. I will give up anything that is still usable. In Colorado all you have to do is sign the back of your drivers liscense.
Great Job Firefighters and all the other funding entities. Keep up the great work.
I saw the fireworks in Casper, Wyo. last summer and they were sorely less than Craig had this year. I also observed fireworks in Branson, Mo. on July 4, 2006 (a large turist town) likewise disappointing. The only ones i can think of superior to Craig is Disney World, and I am sure their budget far exceeds ours.
I think that offeing the gym space to the city (outside shool hours) is a great thing, and the city could not build another one for the price, its a win/win all around, in my mind
The medical deferrments I can understand, but I agree it is irresponsible not to be a donor. My religion says that this old shell will be replaced by something much better, so when my spirit leaves it, why not give all parts of it that are usable to others.
The same applies with blood donations. give every chance you get.
I have had 2 short stays in TMH with minor surgeries.
I have been well treated, and I have no problem with the care I recieved. I also have had surgery and stayed in the Steamboat hospital. I preffered Craig.
I agree that alot of time and money is spent on athletics, but if I recall right, Moffat County sports team have performed above average on acedemic tests. The last two years, we have been number 1 in the state Football teams. Keep up the good works, guys
Yes Nimrod, Stehle's were two of the families that had rope tows, we were the other ones, so if you know the area, you should be able to figure who I am. A good time could be had by all on those small slopes.
We were the skiing bunch. there were 3 families on the south and east sides of Cedar Mountain that had their own "rope tows" up some local hills. My first skis were home made by my grandfather in the 20's and just had a leather strap for the binding, any boot would work. I still have the Allis-Chalmers tractor we used back then for the two motor. We also went sledding or skiing behind a truck on the county road, or a snowmobile. I also spent a little time at the ice rink and remember the big heater, but as farm kids with ponds, we used to just push the snow off parts of them for skating. Good Memories
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