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.
Is it any coincidence Tax Day and National Stress Awareness Month are both in April? Lots of Americans are coming up short-handed when they finish their income taxes this year. Blame it on the Making […]
MEEKER I As expected, news of the proposed traffic roundabout at the intersection of Sulphur Creek Road and Ute Road generated strong feelings among homeowners along the west side of Sulphur Creek Road. Related
MEEKER | The Bureau of Land Management’s White River Field Office, 220 E. Market in Meeker will have a public hearing March 1 at 5:30 p.m. to address the use of motorized vehicles and helicopters […]