It was incorrectly reported in the 6-28-12 Herald Times, titled “RBC’s audit looks good” that Rio Blanco County was requiring a fire suppression system on homes more than 3,600 square feet in the Ridge Estates subdivision. The RBC Planning Commission recommended approval of the Ridge Estates and one of the conditions was fire suppression systems be in installed on homes larger than 3,600 square feet. RBC commissioners amended the Planned Unit Development (PUD) to not require fire suppression systems in homes more than 3,600 square feet, instead reviewing them on a case by case basis, with the fire chief making the final decision.
RBC I Several errors were made on the 2018 school testing results report last week. We incorrectly reported the 2017 science results. The correct 2018 science results for students who met or exceeded expectations are […]
RANGELY I In the Nov. 13 edition of the Herald Times, a sports photo incorrectly identified No. 3 Sarah Midgely of the CNCC Spartan women’s basketball team as No. 3 Terrylee Wedgeworth of the CNCC […]