Slow December for Meeker PD

January 22, 2019 Niki Turner 0

MEEKER | Either it was really cold in December or everyone was in the Christmas spirit, based on the number of calls to the Meeker Police Department. Police Chief Phil Stubblefield said the department had 160 […]

Days Gone By


December 28, 2018 Niki Turner 0

Montey Franklin and his fellow sixth grade classmates at Barone Middle School visited the residents of the Walbridge Wing—including centenarian Ethel Starbuck—just before Christmas and read aloud from the Days Gone By section of the […]



December 28, 2018 Niki Turner 0

Seventh grade teacher Jennifer Turner has a holiday tradition for her classes. “Every year I show the movie, ‘Pay It Forward.’ My goal is to have the kids do for others instead of focusing on […]


Editor’s Column: So this is Christmas …

December 25, 2018 Niki Turner 0

To file under your “ridiculous” column: A popular online and brick-and-mortar store has sold out of a popular item: A bundle of twigs—20 “birchwood” branches tied with brown string—retailing for $42. Every time I see […]


New faces at the Town of Rangely

December 24, 2018 Niki Turner 0

RANGELY | Effective Jan. 1, 2019, Rangely will officially have a new town manager, town clerk and town treasurer. Interim Town Manager Lisa Piering introduced Rangely’s new town clerk, Erica Eyer, to the town’s Board of […]

Breaking News

Throw out that romaine lettuce!

November 21, 2018 Niki Turner 0

RBC | If you were planning on enjoying a salad with your Thanksgiving feast, you might be better off with the sweet potatoes or the green bean casserole. The Centers for Disease Control and the U.S. […]


County Beat: November 15, 2018

November 19, 2018 Niki Turner 0

RBC | One man’s junk is another man’s treasure, or so the saying goes. Legally defining “junk” is again before the commissioners, as they tackled complaints about abandoned vehicles on County Road 7 during a […]

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