Brice Glasscock, an information technology technician for Rio Blanco County and a sergeant in the National Guard, has received orders for pre-mobilization. He reported for duty Wednesday and will spend the next year with an area support medical company based out of Montrose, preparing for a 12-month deployment to Afghanistan. “I’m kind of excited about doing it,” Glasscock said, who reenlisted in 2006. County employees threw him a going-away party last Friday.
MEEKER I Former Meeker High School wrestler and state champion Joe LeBlanc won his first three matches in the NCAA Division I championships, advancing to the semifinal match in the 184-pound bracket, guaranteeing the redshirt […]
By JEFF BURKHEAD firstname.lastname@example.org MEEKER I Police are investigating the abduction last week of a Meeker High School girl. The girl, who was not identified, was not harmed. “I don’t have a lot of information,” […]
Although advancements in the diagnosis, treatment and acceptance of mental illnesses in the world have been beneficial to the growth of our society, it still is perhaps one of the least understood problems we face. […]