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Moffat County neighbor

Name: Alfieta Young
Occupation: Night auditor, Holiday Inn

When and why did you move to Craig? We were visiting Craig last December and got snowed in during a big snowstorm. We liked it so much, we decided to stay.
Who is your hero and why? My dad. He is such a well-rounded person — wise, kind, honest and intelligent.
What is the most rewarding part of living in Moffat County? My friends … and a great Secret Santa.
What is the one thing you would change about your life if you could? I want to finish school.
What is the one thing you would change about Moffat County if you could? I would change Victory Way so it wasn’t a one-way street.
What’s the one thing about Moffat County that you hope never changes? The spirit that all of the parents, teachers and advisers show in the schools.
What is your favorite food? Navajo tacos.
What is your favorite book? My Intro to Business book.
Who is your favorite band or singer? I like all types of music; right now I am into rap.
What is your favorite pet? Buddy, a blue heeler, and Puffy the cat.

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