EDITOR’S NOTE: Last week, we discussed selection and pre-plant considerations for trees and shrubs. The following is a detailed recommendation for you to consider as you plant. RBC I Step 1. Determine depth of the planting hole. To deal with the soil texture interface between the root ball soil and the backfill, the root ball […]
RBC I The American Red Cross Colorado and Wyoming Region has opened the search for an executive director to lead the American Red Cross of Northern Colorado. The Red Cross will fill the leadership position when current Executive Director Erin Mounsey steps down in July after 11 years working for the Red Cross.
RANGELY I The annual senior picnic will be held Wednesday from noon to 2 p.m. at Elks Park to show appreciation for Rangely residents 55 and older. Hat Creek BBQ will provide the meal. Table service will also be provided. You are welcome to bring a covered dish, but it’s not required. Entertainment will be […]
RBC I After being devastated by whirling disease in the 1990s, rainbow trout populations are increasing in most major rivers in the state thanks to a 20-year effort by Colorado Parks and Wildlife aquatic scientists and biologists. “It’s been a long road, but bringing back populations of fish that were essentially extirpated from Colorado can […]
RANGELY I Chelsea Ficken of Rangely was named to Fort Lewis College’s Dean’s List for the spring 2015 semester. Ficken’s major is business administration—management option.
MEEKER | The Meeker Chamber of Commerce announced the winners in the annual Meeker Range Call Parade, held July 4 in downtown Meeker: Winner of the Best of Show was the Bank of the San Juans float; Most Creative float winner was the Rio Blanco Masons; Judges’ Choice winner was Meeker Volunteer Fire Department; People’s […]
Dear Editor: My motorcycle trip last week could have been much briefer if it wasn’t for local Dale Lloyd. In my haste to go for a ride I discovered I had left my wallet at home.
RBC I On July 9, after seven years of intensive collaborative, public involvement and more than 30 years since local citizens first championed the idea, the White River National Forest released a decision that the first 11 miles of Deep Creek, located on the southeastern corner of the Flat Tops plateau, is suitable to receive […]