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I hope the new board will also consider whether it is ethical to cut expenses by refusing to plow driveways for the elderly and disabled but yet continue to plow a road for a snowmobilers' parking lot.
If the citizens, who want to save the depot, hold fund raising events can we count on your support? Thanks!
My first job when I moved to Craig in the mid to late 1990's was a waitress at the Galaxy. That's when John and Sue owned it. Yes, that was 20 years ago. I had hoped that when they sold the restaurant that the same quality of food, service and cleanliness would continue. Unfortunately, it has not. Yes, Mr. Hischke, I experienced the same sticky table. I did not have the smell you experienced. What bothered me most was that the restaurant was so dark during the lunch hour I wondered if they were hiding something.
I think this is a worthwhile endeavor. I will reach out Mr. Jordan for more information.
"Over the Line" reminds me of the stick baseball game I played when I was young and living back East. We used a broom stick for a bat and half a tennis ball. The blue car was first base and the white car was third. Sounds like it will be a great time.
Thank you, Mary Jo, for the articles you wrote. They truly captured the spirit of what it is like to live in a small community like Craig. I truly enjoyed reading your "scribblings".
Was this a test to see if readers read this column thoroughly? "It was not confirmed if the deadbolt was taken in for questioning after its ordeal." Good one! It brought a smile to my face.
I hope this preservation is successful. Sign me up as a volunteer to clean, paint., etc. My grandsons says our train set is too small! I agree that it should be a museum. But I'd like to see, besides a gift shop, a small snack bar. Maybe an old fashioned soda fountain with glass jars of brightly colored candies.
Over the many years I have fished at Loudy-Simpson, I must have given many a fellow fisherman a good laugh. I had no idea the depth was only 18"! I had my line equipped with extra weights, a bobber and often with the biggest worm I could find. The fish ate well and probably shared a laugh, too. I'm definitely looking forward to fishing there this year.
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