Correction |


Darian Warden

There were several incorrect statements in the “Roadblock to oral health no longer a matter of resources” article that published in Wednesday’s edition of the Craig Daily Press. The number of Moffat County middle and elementary school students who reported having a “dental home” was 17 percent of 1,300 students who reported having a dental home. Amanda Arnold’s title is oral health coordinator for Moffat and Rio Blanco counties through Connections 4 Kids early childhood council. Cavity free at three encourages families to take children to the dentist by their first birthday.

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