Dear Editor: Not often, but not infrequently in my role as a therapist, I hear “my 8-year-old said he didn’t want to be alive anymore.” Sometimes this statement is a one-off, an exaggeration of how a child is feeling because they were caught in a lie or are embarrassed.
MEEKER I The Meeker High School boys’ basketball team continues to get the job done as they won two more games over the weekend, defeating Little Snake River on Thursday night and Plateau Valley on Saturday. The team traveled to Baggs, Wyo., Thursday knowing the Little Snake River High School Rattlers were going to be […]
MEEKER I The highlight of the Jan. 19 Meeker School Board meeting was the re-approval of the Fiscal Year/School Year 2015-2016 district budget of $6,299,485. Included in this budget is a projected deficit of $399,229, which will come out of the district’s reserves.
Dear Editor: On behalf of the board and staff at Pioneers Medical Center, I would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to the team at the Rio Blanco County Road and Bridge Department and Meeker Lions Club.
RANGELY I The Rangely High School boys’ basketball squad had one win and one loss during the weekend, defeating Caprock Academy on Saturday after falling prey to Hotchkiss on Friday.
RBC I National School Choice Week began Monday in Colorado and across the country. There were 318 events planned in the Centennial State to raise awareness about K-12 school choice and 16,140 events nationwide.
Dear Editor: Sean, I wanted to thank you for your comments in last week’s “From My Window” column about the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission saying no to wolves.
MEEKER I After a 30-point loss in Wyoming on Friday, the Meeker High School girls’ basketball team found their “competitive edge” and beat Plateau Valley in Collbran on Saturday.