The Human Resource Council (HRC) of Rangely teamed up with ExxonMobil to support the Backpack program.
T he wind is blowing, so it must be spring! I hope you have managed to get out and enjoy the nice days that seem to come and go this time of year.
Hello, all! Hopefully, you haven’t forgotten me. I have taken some time off since my accident last summer but I’m back to feeling great and ready to share some news with you.
When I was a kid, I wanted to be a trash man.
MEEKER — “Brothers of the Bear — Colorado’s First People” is an educational presentation for preschool through fifth grade children by Northern Ute elder Clifford Duncan.
RBC — During Saturday, April 25’s memorial service for the late Harry Tucker at the White River community building, family and friends gathered outside gathered to honor his life.
RANGELY — Springtime in the Rockies!
Happy New Year! OK, I may be a couple of weeks late, but I do hope 2009 has gotten off to a good start for you.
Remember me? I get so busy that I forget what day it is and then I realize I have missed the deadline for getting my article in again.
Have you ever read the headlines in a newspaper about something horrible that happened and thought how glad you are that it never happens to someone you know?