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22 May 2013
at 10:23 p.m.
calvinhobbs- I guess we have a different definition of what “doing well” means. The size of the school in relation to other 3As shouldn't even be brought up but around here it's used as a crutch.
And maybe a sweet sixteen means success to you but for those schools who expect a state championship every year it is a setback. Merely making it to state or to participate in a playoff is not how championships are won or how championship teams are born. We've settled for “good enough” for too long. We have great athletes who languish at the hands of “parent coaches” who play politics and destroy programs. We have AD's and a principal who are ripe with apathy and ineffectual leadership. We have a school board who provides little direction and holds almost no one accountable. Now is the time to clean house and right the ship. Excuses and mediocrity can't be tolerated any more.
22 May 2013
at 7:31 p.m.
I think the easiest way to answer that question is to look at MoCo sports. I believe he forgot to do the “Director” part of his job…..and probably the “Athletic” part too.
21 May 2013
at 11:23 p.m.
I simply said in the post that they took down is that I think Frank's wife Kerry is the ambitious one and encourages Frank to do thinks that don't make sense…..like run for office.
I believe Frank and Kerry has mistaken the fact that Frank received quite a number of votes when he ran in 2010 and doesn't realize that those votes weren't for him as much as they were against the incumbent. That lead him and Kerry to try again….and again…..and now again…..
And for that i was sensored?
21 May 2013
at 11:13 p.m.
You took my comment down in like two minutes….what part of the comment violated any of the usage rules?
21 May 2013
at 11:09 p.m.
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20 May 2013
at 10:08 p.m.
This has to be a belated April fools joke right? See, the problem isn't that republicans have a bad message to share, it's that they send the wrong messenger all the time. I'm a life long member of the Grand Old Party, but I'd probably have to break ranks and vote for almost anyone else.
17 May 2013
at 4:48 a.m.
Thanks also Brent Curtice for showing us that a good portion of our district officials also need replacing due to extreme lack in judgement. A position as important as this and you actually think one of your “finalists” is the person that will help elevate Moffat County athletics. Any one of these candidates will likely do a better job than the previous person but we don't want just better….we want a leader who will help guide our athletic programs to greatness. You don't hire people with mediocre track records at failing schools and bartenders if you truly want to get your programs to the next level. Your choice of candidates shows laziness on the part of school officials Brent! Do your job and go find good candidates! Your decision here has the potential here to either set the stage for years to come or set us back years when you realize later that these candidates don't have what it takes to help lead our athletic departments.
17 May 2013
at 4:33 a.m.
So let me get this straight……we have three “finalists” for the Athletic Director position and they are two AD's from schools with horrible athletic programs and a liquor store manager ….. and this is the best we can get?
Once again our school board is proving to the community how inept they can be. Come on SB you have a chance to create something great here, so pull your heads out and put just a little bit of effort into this process and get to work finding a qualified person to fill the job. I call BS on the fact that these candidates are the best we could find.
28 April 2013
at 10:57 p.m.
Patrick,Got ya….misinterpreted your comment. I'm glad to see we're on the same page. I agree that we need new blood in both the high school administration and the school board. The laziness behind our athletic director has been alleviated but that is just the tip of the iceberg. I too am looking at running for the school board this fall and I hope if we get new blood that it won't be just to continue to accept the excuses and the status quo …..best of luck!
Mountup….I”m sure Pat is not advocating reducing standards, he's just asking tough questions that no one else is asking. “WHY?” is the necessary thing to ask many many times before you should settle on the answer as being valid.
27 April 2013
at 9:25 a.m.
Nowhere does it say the federal gov can't regulate arms either. Gun regulations have been around for over a hundred years. Example- You have always had to relinquish you firearms before you enter the White House….how come no one is upset about your second amendment right being violated there? I believe in the constitution and our liberties 100%, but what I don't support is lack of common sense.
I love that this Craig ordinance to own I firearm was brought up as a response to other absurd anti-gun laws, but it needs to be accepted in the manner and spirit it was presented and not have people take it literal and write a letter about a city councilman's comment, while not accurate was not inaccurate either since the AK-47 does in fact fit the criteria of the gone proposed in the ordinance.
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