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Stephanie TRUER WORDS WERE NEVER WRITTEN! Enjoy every moment with your much loved husband that you can WHILE you can. I am so happy that Ron and I had (and made) opportunities to do things together before he became seriously ill with Alzheimer's. Those times are the memories that sustain me now. You are such an intuitive writer! Keep up the great work writing what you know so much about and letting the rest of the world in on it. You are inspiring people to look around and enjoy what they have and find happiness in it. Thank you.
Thank you, Stephanie. You expressed this very well and once again, thank you.
Kudos to Mike Swaro! He saw a need and DID something about it! Getting the Wyman museum to add this range on their property was a stroke of genius. Thank you to Lou Wyman for participating and adding this new venue to the museum. What a great asset for sportsmen and sportswomen in our area. Thank you, Mike, for all you do for the youth and sportspeople in our community, helping the hunters and encouraging folks to enjoy the outdoors.
I think that Mr. Cartwright is suggesting that common sense be put to use here. Protecting someone's life is what should be primary and that was not what was happening with the truck parked so close to the hole in the road!
Congratulations, Molly! You did well on your hunt of a lifetime, and I'll bet that the meat will fill the family freezer. Way to go girl. You did your homework for the hunt and it paid off for you. I'm jealous! wish I could have been with you!
Way to go, Brad and Kristy! Craig needs something for the sport enthusiasts and you guys are going to fill the gap. Archery has become so popular with folks of all ages and Craig has needed this type of facility for a long time. Good luck on your new venture!
Thank you, Mr. Scranton. I have always thought that our hospital in Craig is the best! The people working there are our neighbors and in some cases, our friends. And Dr. Ossen does a tremendous job in the ER. The folks there treat their patients the way they themselves would want to be treated! Fear disappears from a child when someone explains, calmly, what is going on and what is going to happen. Hurrah for you for pointing this out to the readers of the Craig Press!
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