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Craig Rummel: Risks to erosion of rule of law
Craig Rummel: Risks to erosion of rule of law

April 11, 2019

We have over 600 jurisdictions (states, cities, and counties) that currently violate federal immigration law by claiming sanctuary status. Our own state legislature, bypassing the “Red flag bill” is violating our 2nd and 5th amendment...


Evelyn Tileston: Thanks ‘silent fixer’
Evelyn Tileston: Thanks ‘silent fixer’

April 8, 2019

Being a senior citizen in Craig can have its benefits.  After the March 7 blizzard, my mailbox ended up on the ground. Within a few days, a friend said he would fix it as soon as...


Lois Stoffle: Hospital deserves better
Lois Stoffle: Hospital deserves better

April 8, 2019

I am so sick and tired of hearing people bash our hospital here in Craig! We are so fortunate to have this facility in our community. While a lot of folks are angry or upset...



Nora Jones: Thanks for saving my life
Nora Jones: Thanks for saving my life

April 6, 2019

I would like to take a minute to thank the EMT’s, firemen, and police that got me to the hospital (even if I have no memory of it). The emergency room doctors, nurses, all the...


Leonard A. Zaragoza: Students should face charges
Leonard A. Zaragoza: Students should face charges

April 1, 2019

On April 18, 2018, two individuals made plans to commit acts of violence at one or more of the schools in Craig. Since then, there has been no mention of these actions or mention of...


Eddie Kiggins: Manhole covers a big problem, too
Eddie Kiggins: Manhole covers a big problem, too

March 28, 2019

I would like to comment on the article in the paper Wednesday the 27th about potholes. This is not only just pothole season, because there are man-made potholes all over Craig. Have you ever driven down...


John Kinkaid: Candidates’ plans raise concerns
John Kinkaid: Candidates’ plans raise concerns

March 25, 2019

After reading the city council and mayoral candidates’ plans for the city in the Craig Daily Press, I’m pretty concerned about the future of Moffat County and Craig, specifically. It seemed like there was a...




Hayden Library: Thanks extended for book fair support
Hayden Library: Thanks extended for book fair support

March 21, 2019

We would like to thank the community of Hayden and surrounding areas for supporting our annual Scholastic Book Fair. This year was exceptional, and we are grateful for the support of parents, children, teachers, and...


Carolyn Walsh: Grateful for senior snow removal
Carolyn Walsh: Grateful for senior snow removal

March 20, 2019

I wish to thank the Moffat County Commissioners for the senior citizen snow removal program once again! And a grateful thank you to the Moffat County Road and Bridge Department and the operators! Carolyn Walsh...




Ruth Hendershott: Life is precious
Ruth Hendershott: Life is precious

March 14, 2019

When I read in our paper that the medical staff of Memorial Regional Health was asking its board to change its position of being against aid in dying to being neutral, I had to respond....




Mary Lou Allen: Reader agrees with consolidation idea
Mary Lou Allen: Reader agrees with consolidation idea

February 28, 2019

In reference to John Kinkaid’s letter to the editor dated Feb. 20, I would also like to thank Craig City Councilman Chris Nichols for trying to save the taxpayers money. If $750,000 could be saved per...



Rick Holford: Action on blighted houses appreciated
Rick Holford: Action on blighted houses appreciated

February 20, 2019

Glad to see that the city is finally doing something about the unoccupied homes that have been a blight on Craig for some time. These homes have devalued other properties near them, and anyone considering...