The Montrose Chamber of Commerce hosted the second annual Western Slope Chamber Executive Meeting on July 29 at the Bridges Golf Course and Country Club. Topics discussed were ballot initiatives, oil and gas, membership, industry trends, and events and fundraisers. Top row, left to right, are chamber executives: Stephanie Kobald
RBC I The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) and the Department of Labor and Employment are hosting a “virtual” job fair during August.
RBC I The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has agreed to delay the proposed roundup of more than 800 wild horses in Wyoming to allow the court time to rule on a motion for a temporary restraining order and/or preliminary injunction filed late Friday by several environmental groups.
PRESCHOOL 2 pkgs. colored construction paper, 3-4 pkgs. of purple glue sticks , 2 pkgs. of magic markers-washable, 1pkg. of assorted pipe cleaners, 2 boxes of 5-6 oz. wax coated cups, 2pkgs. of watercolors (Prang or Crayola), 1 pkg. of art supplies (confetti, pompoms, etc.), 1 box quart or gallon sized Ziploc bags, 1 pkg. […]
BUFORD I The White River Community Association (WRCA), which has preserved and now maintains the rural Buford School upriver, is putting on its dancing shoes and graciously inviting the community to be a part of recreating history and supporting another rural school.
Dear Editor: The Meeker School Board refused my proposals for contract revisions that would have protected me, and, hopefully, also my colleagues, from the hostile workplace environment imposed by the high school principal. I will not be working at Meeker High School this fall.
RBC I In conjunction with the 2014 Rio Blanco County Fair, the Rio Blanco County Shoot-Off took place July 19 at the Meeker Sportsman’s Shooting Range south of Meeker.
Dear Editor: This is a note of thanks for those who care. Following our letter to the editor in the Herald Times approximately a month ago, when we grumbled and growled about the Town of Meeker and its method of delivery of the notices to “clean up/mow your yard,” a lot has happened. I feel […]
RBC I In a continuing effort to provide hunters and anglers with opportunities to comment about a variety of wildlife management concerns, Colorado Parks and Wildlife formed the Sportsmen’s Roundtable in 2012. The roundtable consists of elected and appointed delegates from each of the state’s four wildlife management regions.