RBC I The summer fun and frolic is over for the school-aged youths of Rio Blanco County as students in Rangely and Meeker reported back to school this week for the beginning of the 2014-15 school year.
RBC I Construction on the new Pioneers Medical Center facility continues to be on time and on budget. All steel is set and work has begun to construct the outside walls. “We are thrilled with the progress of the project,” says Ken Harman, the CEO of Pioneers Medical Center. “Our next goal is to have […]
MEEKER I The Meeker School Board had a busy agenda on Aug. 5, taking action on items including the sale of the old Bureau of Land Management building on east Market Street and the naming of the running track at Starbuck Stadium for a long-time school official.
RBC I The summer fun and frolic ends next week for students in Rangely and Meeker as the 2014-15 school year begins.
Schools in Rangely and Meeker will be open for classes next week and drivers are cautioned to be more aware with young children walking the streets to and from school and with more bicycles on the roadways than normal.
RBC I Luckily there haven’t been any tiger sightings in Rio Blanco County, but bears and lions have been on the minds of law enforcement and wildlife officers in in Meeker and Rangely this summer.