Dee Weiss, who has strong ties to both ends of the county, which is appropriate, given the topic I am writing about this week, recently shared a publication with me I had never seen before.
Thank you to the community of Meeker and family of Toni (Carroll) and Brandon Simmons for supporting the benefit auction and bingo held on May 17.
I took a very valubel Dimond Ring to school and I lost it. I made a very bad mistake because I stole the Ring from my mom.
The 4-H Cake Decorating Club would like to thank everyone who attended last week’s demonstration and community day at the Clock Plaza.
I am writing in response to the lady saying there is more writings about Meeker than Rangely.
A bill has been passed that when private property owners sustaining damage from wildlife ask for help from the Colorado Division of Wildlife (DOW), the DOW is required to respond.
Dear Editor, I have received a letter back from Mr. Borchard on some of my questions. Some of you may wonder why I sent a letter directly to him.
Towns that sprouted along what used to be the Uintah Railway have long been a thing of the past.
This being my first letter to the editor, I wish I were writing a thank-you for the flowers or praise to our great community.
It sure would be nice to have a more balanced paper between Rangely and Meeker. The paper is almost always top heavy with Meeker on top.
For some of us, the thrill of spotting the first wildflowers each summer never goes away. Newcomers are always surprised by our reaction to that good ol’ green stuff — plants, not money.
Just a note to say thank you to Jerry LeBleu Jr., Jeff LeBleu and Brenda Ahrens for all they have helped with our park, together with their father, over the last couple of years.