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Letters to the editor

Betty Wick: Group expresses thanks for support

April 19, 2018 — Thank you everyone who bought tickets and donated toward our Soup, Salad and Baked Potato fundraiser for a new VFW Auxiliary Post 4265 parade flag and flags for deceased auxiliary members. Our community always shows its support, and it is greatly appreciated. Betty Wick VFW

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Dave Wallace: Craig spending spurs concern

April 17, 2018 — Attending last week's Craig City Council meeting, it became obvious the city is taking advantage of the increase in tax dollars soon to be raked into the general fund. The competitive bidding process, even though it is followed by some departments, has once again been

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Dave and Carol Balleck: Readers grateful to local business

April 12, 2018 — We would like to thank Tom Cramer, of Cramer Flooring, for all the help he gave us in picking out our tile for our fireplace. He told us things that no one else would and helped in so many ways. The cost was really affordable.

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Shannon Fatjo: Thankful for community support

April 12, 2018 — I began my internship with Moffat County Department of Human Services in late February. The first task I was included on, and later delegated, was the Foster Family Appreciation Banquet, and annual event to show appreciation for the foster families in Moffat County. I could

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Stephanie Einfeld: Thanks for embracing Hospice Daffodils

April 12, 2018 — Thank you to everyone who participated in our 2018 Hospice Daffodils fundraiser. It was heartwarming to see daffodils in businesses, schools and homes throughout Moffat County. It is a testament to residents' kindness and compassion and the tremendous community support for patients and families who

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Dave Watson family: Thanks Craig for support

April 3, 2018 — We give our thanks for all the sympathy cares and condolences we have received on husband and father Dave Watson’s death. Thanks so much. Linda Watson, Wanda and Pat McBride, Randy and Kathy Watson Craig

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MCHS Girls Basketball coaches: Thanks to a wonderful Moffat County community

April 3, 2018 — The Moffat County Girls Basketball program would like to the community, as a whole, for the unbelievable support that was given throughout this year. Thanks to the backing of our fans, we have been able to experience great accomplishments, as a program, culminating in a

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Frank Moe: 2 sides to every story

March 29, 2018 — My letter to the editor is in reference to the Craig Press article in the Wednesday, March 28, 2018, titled, "Deadlock: Moe recusal results in tie vote, no action taken on vacant position." • Point 1— I would like to make everyone aware that I

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Robert Winn: Retain recreational access on the Roan

March 27, 2018 — This Thursday, March 29, at 7 p.m., there is a special public meeting being held at the Rifle High School Auditorium. The Roan Area Access Project has formed a public group to help maintain and increase recreational access on the Roan and in the surrounding

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Rick Holford: Together, Craig can thrive

March 27, 2018 — When I moved to Craig in 1972, the west side of Craig didn’t extend much past the courthouse, and hunters looked for deer where Shadow Mountain Village now stands. Then, Craig began to grow into what it is today. While change is inevitable, the changes

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Dave Wallace: Socialism a growing web of deceit

March 27, 2018 — Thirty years ago, I went to an elementary school with my daughter on Parents Day to observe the classroom programs and activity. The one thing I noticed first off was the absence of desks — there were none, only tables with children sitting around them.

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Brian Kotowski: Editor’s column elicits irritated yawn

March 22, 2018 — Jim Patterson’s David Bowie-inspired piece, "They’re quite aware," about last week’s student walkout elicited an irritated yawn when I finished reading it. Mr. Patterson observes that "everyone is entitled to his or her own opinion" while excoriating the manner in which those opposed the the

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Dave Wallace: Nurses deserve our gratitude

March 20, 2018 — Nurses are great individuals. They work long hours to provide care and comfort to their patients. They are always smiling and pleasant while hiding their own troubles, and they most certainly have a sense of humor. Our community is fortunate to have an educational institution

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John Kinkaid: MCHS got it right; CMS got it wrong

March 20, 2018 — The Moffat County High School's response to the Parkland school shooting seems sensible and appropriate. One minute and 17 seconds of silence for the victims and their families Totally appropriate. On the other hand the Craig Middle School's response was not appropriate. If they missed

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Gene Adamek: Humanism seeks destruction of America

March 13, 2018 — My wife and I were passing through the little town of Baggs, Wyoming, one afternoon, and we stopped to have lunch at a local restaurant. We seated ourselves across from a young couple with a small boy of about 8 or 9. To everyone's surprise,

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Dave Wallace: Stand by the Constitution

March 13, 2018 — We are beginning to see the results of the mass hysteria driven by the mainline news media with its opinionated coverage and relentless propaganda in an attempt to generate unrest among the masses over specific firearms. The firearm laws being passed in some states and

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Tony Angelo: Bulldogs continue winning tradition

March 9, 2018 — My name is Tony Angelo, and I am a 1985 graduate of Moffat County High School who lettered in golf (four years) and basketball (three years). I’m so excited for this year’s girls team and its remarkable progress this season. The reason for this email

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Pete Pleasant: Hospital, college transactions raise concerns

March 8, 2018 — As a property owner and taxpayer in Moffat County, I have a few questions regarding all the transactions recently by the Memorial Hospital. The Board of Trustees for Memorial Hospital paid $600,000 plus for a location near Walmart so they could have a new medical

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Aydyn: Student requests information about area

March 7, 2018 — My name is Aydyn, and I am a fifth-grader at Faith Christian School in Kearney, Nebraska. My class is studying the 50 states, and I have chosen Colorado as my state. Our assignment is to find out as much about our states as we can,

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Patty Myers: Thanks to stranger who stopped to help

March 6, 2018 — We want to say a big thank you to the man named Rodney who stopped last Thursday, March 1, on Third and Clay streets to help our friend, who had slipped on the ice, and also helped us.  Thank you for taking time to help, from

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