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Letters to the editor

Mike and Mardi Anson: Couple supports McKey for coroner

June 18, 2018 — We support Kirk McKey for Moffat County Coroner. We have known Mr. McKey for many years, being involved in numerous community service events and the Kiwanis Club of Craig. Kirk shows nothing less than compassion and dignity for this community and those who reside here.

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John Kinkaid: Reader questions Rankin’s demeanor

June 18, 2018 — Bob Rankin is a poor choice for the House District 57 seat, and, if he should decide to run for the Senate District 8 seat in the future, he would also be a bad choice for that office. I don't remember the date, but about

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Dave Wallace: Dumpsters not always the answer

June 18, 2018 — These early summer mornings are an excellent opportunity to get out and enjoy the fresh morning air and get a bit of exercise, plus, it provides a great start to a person's day. On Thursday morning, while walking my dogs, I decided to swing by

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Bo and Myranda Lyons: Readers express support for McKey

June 14, 2018 — Commitment, dedication, and caring are three things that describe coroner Dr. Kirk McKey. His commitment to this community is unmatched. He has donated hundreds of hours of community service for various organizations, not to mention the hard work he has put in as the coroner

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Kirk McKey: Coroner candidate addresses funeral home fees

June 14, 2018 — I made this statement during the Candidate Forum, and I want to repeat it. Jesse Arthurs and the staff at the funeral home are sharp, smart, compassionate and do any excellent job in their profession. SCI of Texas is fortunate to have them as employees.

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Jane Hume: Reader disagrees with board appointment

June 14, 2018 — To Gov. John Hickenlooper: Just found out you did not retain Jean White on the Colorado Community College System board. Also learned you replaced White with a man from California. Did you think a respected lady with a vast knowledge of the advantages and challenges

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Jesse Arthurs: Coroner candidate clarifies position

June 12, 2018 — I would like to take this opportunity to address the comment that stated I am more vested and have more ties to a corporation in Texas. First of all, my family settled in Axial Basin in the early 1950s. My family has lived and worked

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Readers voice support for Raschke

June 12, 2018 — As employees of the Recording and Motor Vehicle Departments, Debbie Winder, Stacy Morgan and Debbie Medina are asking for your support for Tammy Raschke as our next clerk and recorder. Tammy shines with professionalism, knowledge, honesty and solid work ethics. She is very self-motivated, loyal

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Ann Anderson: Humane Society grateful for support

June 7, 2018 — The Humane Society of Moffat County thanks Dr. Wayne Davis and staff and Dr. Kelly Hepworth and staff for their ongoing support. We also thank the kids and staff at the Boys & Girls Club for donating the adoption goodie bags for new pet owners.

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Beverly Johnson: Tori Zimmerman Pingley right choice for clerk

June 5, 2018 — I worked in the Moffat County Clerk's Office from 1978 to 2003 (the first 18 years as the recorder and the last four as Moffat county clerk). I have worked with both candidates currently running for Moffat county clerk. I heard it said throughout my

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Mark and Gayle Zimmerman: McKey vested in Moffat County

June 5, 2018 — We would like to recommend Kirk McKey for Moffat County coroner. Kirk is a longtime resident and business owner who raised his family here. He is a kind and caring individual. He has always been very supportive of the community and has served as county

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Owen A. Grant: Reader supports Arthurs for coroner

June 5, 2018 — As a former coroner of Moffat County and a longtime deputy coroner, the outcome of this years coroner's race is of significant interest to me. It is with that in mind that I call your attention to a young man named Jesse Arthurs, who is

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Northwest Colorado Arts Council Board officers: Group willing to help document local art

May 31, 2018 — In response to the May 25 Craig Press editorial titled “Treasure our treasures,” we were disheartened to learn of the disposal of two metal sculptures created by the late local artist Bernie Rose at the KOA Campground. We know many in the community share the

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Amber DeLay: Revitalized Juniper Hot Springs provide relaxing getaway in Moffat County

May 31, 2018 — Juniper Hot Springs has a long and rich history in our community. In the past 20 years, Juniper Hot Springs has gone through several major transitions. In 2007, a group of local residents purchased Juniper Hot Springs with the intention of restoring the springs to

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Len Browning: Reader supports coroner candidate

May 27, 2018 — When thinking about the attributes and qualifications for the position of Moffat County coroner many things come to mind. I would like to address three of the most important: motivation, capability and availability. As young as he is, Jesse Arthurs has been involved in the

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Eagle’s Nest Preschool: Offering thanks to community

May 24, 2018 — Eagle’s Nest Preschool would like to send out our warmest thanks and appreciation to Al Shepherd, Jane Hume and the Lion’s Club for their caring attitudes, quick skills and wonderful generosity for giving each Eagle’s Nest Preschooler their eye exams recently. It is groups like

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Tora Dunn: Sign up for 60th reunion

May 24, 2018 — The 60th class reunion for the class of 1958 will be held at the Clarion Inn & Suites in Craig July 14 and 15. We are hoping to have a large turnout of our classmates attend. We were the largest class to graduate from Moffat

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Kathleen Shea: Reader wants artwork returned to Craig, Moffat County

May 20, 2018 — In the recent transfer of the Craig KOA to new owners, persons unknown drove up to the KOA with a pickup and asked, “Are you getting rid of these?” and drove away with two copper dancers that were made by local artist Bernie Rose. These

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Rick Holford: Reader impressed by boy’s honesty

May 18, 2018 — Congratulations to Braxton Stewart. Now there is a young man who was brought up to respect other people’s property. We could all take a lesson from Braxton. You are one cool dude, Braxton. Rick Holford Craig

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Dave Wallace: Have a safe summer

May 17, 2018 — It is rather obvious spring has reached our little corner of the state. The berry bushes and apple trees are blooming with their whites and pinks, generously emitting a fragrance as pleasant as fine perfume. The streets and parks have become active with adults and

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