June 23, 2018

Man who brought modern dentistry to Meeker retiring after 47 years

MEEKER | It’s been 47 years since Dr. Charles Vandiver hung out his shingle and opened Meeker’s first preventive dentistry. Since that time he has repaired countless teeth, raised a family, made lifelong friends and made [...]


Ghost Adventures visit delayed until August

June 23, 2018 0
Special to the Herald Times MEEKER | Due to scheduling conflicts, the Travel Channel’s “Ghost Adventures” team will be in Meeker in August instead of at the end of June, as was originally planned. Members of [...]

What this year’s MHS graduates are planning

June 23, 2018 0
MEEKER | The last couple years or so, we have reported, from the Meeker high school graduation ceremony, what the year’s graduates are planning to do next. MHS counselor Trina Kennedy said at Commencement that in [...]



Rodeo Results: June 14

Meeker Sports
June 23, 2018 0
Special to the Herald Times MEEKER | Summer Rodeo Series Results for June 14: Ladies Breakaway (place, name, time) 1, Ellie Anderson, 1.2 #8 Header (place, name, time) 1, Aaron Webster, 7.2 2, Deena Norell, 7.7 [...]

Marlins zoom through Delta, Craig meets

Meeker Sports
June 22, 2018 0
By TIFFANY JEHOREK Special to the Herald Times MEEKER | Swimming, as a competitive sport, goes well beyond teaching a life skill and preventing drowning; there are many invaluable lessons learned. The Meeker Marlins, a team [...]
Rangely Sports

All-conference …

June 20, 2018 0
COURTESY PHOTO Four RHS baseball team members were honored for their excellence on the ball field this season. Head coach Jeremy Lohry (left) with Tristan Moore and Dylan LeBleu, who were named to first team [...]


Explore your artistic side at new studio

June 22, 2018 0
RANGELY | This week Rangely will welcome a new business enterprise where both kids and adults can get in touch with their artistic side. Makerspace, owned by local artist Elizabeth Wiley, holds regular business hours [...]

TANK solstice today through June 23

June 21, 2018 0
MEEKER | June 21 opened with a Dawn Sing at 5:30 a.m., followed by a 1:17 p.m. (solar noon) ringing of a titanium bell. At sunset, The TANK invites musicians and sound explorers to play [...]


Families deserve better

June 22, 2018 0
RBC | The number of cases in which children have been removed from homes in Rio Blanco County has doubled in the last year, straining staff and budget resources. According to Director of Human Services [...]

Build a better BBQ

June 22, 2018 0
By GREG & MEGAN HANBERG GM Meats RBC | ’Tis the season for backyard barbeques. With quality meats and locally-available ingredients, these easy recipes will help you make the most of your next meal.   JALAPENO [...]

BLM seeks public comment on potential horse gathers

June 20, 2018 0
RBC | The Bureau of Land Management seeks public comment on two potential wild horse gathers planned this summer or fall to help maintain healthy populations of wild horses on healthy lands in northwestern Colorado. “We [...]

Shake-up for CNCC administration

June 18, 2018 0
RBC | In an email sent to members of the Craig Board of Control Monday afternoon June 4, Craig CNCC Campus Vice-President Janell Oberlander stated her resignation and reported that her assistant, Denise Mosher, was resigning [...]

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