The bright yellows, light greens and light reds shone brightly in the sun on Saturday about two miles north of the summit of Nine Mile Hill, north of Meeker along Highway 13. The area has not yet hit the peak of color change but is rapidly approaching that point —
I want to thank Jeff Burkhead, who returned to Rio Blanco County last week so my wife and I could slide away for a couple of days of badly needed vacation.
MEEKER I There’s a new group in Meeker, and it appears they are organizing for fun, profit and local knowledge.
RBC I A positive trend that started early this year is continuing as the June unemployment rates in Rio Blanco and Colorado have reported at least the fifth consecutive month where the number of jobless has decreased, the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment is reporting.
I am not happy to say it, but the days are getting shorter, the temperatures are getting cooler, already a few of the trees are turning yellow and the sheepdogs and hunters are here. Reality is setting in.
The United States lost its innocence 13 years ago today when terrorists hijacked four airplanes. Two planes collided with the World Trade Center towers in New York City, one plane flew into the Pentagon and another crashed into a vacant field in Pennsylvania. Thousands of Americans lost their lives in