MEEKER I ‘Tis the season for giving, and White River Electric Association, Inc., is giving back with a power rebate, which will appear as a bill credit on members’ November bills, which will arrive in the mail the first week of December.
On Sunday, the ladies of the Epsilon Chi chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha in Rangely held a successful annual Holiday Bazaar. The event, which has run for more than 40 years, raised $2,000 this year. The funds will benefit St. Jude’s Children’s Cancer Research Hospital, and the chapter does several other projects for Rangely residents, […]
RBC I Recent questions regarding the new Rio Blanco Broadband fiber optic telecommunications services for residential and business locations have been expressed in the Herald Times with everyone wanting to know the details of this project. The following “frequently asked questions” are offered in an effort to address those and other questions that may be […]
MEEKER I White River Electric Association, Inc., is pleased to announce that it is in the final stages of developing the WREA Meeker Solar Garden. Increased efficiencies in solar technology and declining construction costs made this an opportune time for WREA to build Meeker’s first solar garden. White River Electric is excited to join forces […]
MEEKER I For 30 years, the town of Meeker has opened its doors to the world for a week each September for the sheepdog trials. Following in those footsteps, with high hopes that it will match the sheepdog trials, the Meeker Classic announces its plans to host the 2016 National Cattledog Association Finals.
MEEKER I The Bureau of Land Management has announced a public scoping period for travel and transportation management in the White River Field Office in northwestern Colorado.
MEEKER I It is the coming of the Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday season and already entries are being taken for the Meeker Festival of Lights, to take place the evening of Wednesday, Dec. 3.
RANGELY I The Colorado Northwestern Community College women’s basketball team kicked off its season with two wins at the Little Big Horn Classic on Oct. 30-31 in Crow Agency, Mont.
Rangely’s William Scoggins finished off his cross-country season at Division II Fort Lewis College as the No. 1 runner on the team. Scoggins, a junior at Fort Lewis, led his team at the South Central Region Championships in Canyon, Texas, finishing the 10K (6.2 miles) cross country course in a time of 32:36.
Colorado Northwestern Community College’s volleyball team celebrated its annual Sophomore Day on Oct. 31 in the college’s Hefley Gym on the Rangely campus. The celebration followed the match between the CNCC Spartans and the College of Southern Idaho Golden Eagles. Family and friends were on hand to present the sophomore players with flowers and individual […]
RBC I A large number of awards were presented Oct. 20 at the Rio Blanco County 4-H Achievement Night, held at the 4-H Building at the Rio Blanco County Fairgrounds in Meekeer. “We were pleased to give a number of well-deserved awards to 4-Hers recognizing their hard work and dedication throughout the year,” said Carley […]