Local World War II veterans Warren Hickerson, Frank Cooley, Ernie Garcia, Dick Moyer and Joe Sullivan, along with Ethel Starbuck, visit together before fellow World War II veteran Dave Allen threw the ceremonial wreath into the White River in remembrance of soldiers who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country. Local veterans formed a color guard, marched onto the bridge at Circle Park, said a prayer, gave a 21-gun salute, followed by Eagle Scout Alema Atoafa singing the National Anthem and Tom Allen playing taps. God bless our troops and God bless the United States of America!
RBC | Wildlife conservation projects in 14 Colorado counties have been selected to receive grants from the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation in 2010. The new RMEF funding, totaling $146,250, will affect Rio Blanco County, as […]
MEEKER I Pursuing water rights and looking out for users’ interests at the same time can be a bit of a balancing act. But that’s exactly what the Yellow Jacket Water Conservancy District is charged […]
DUCKS WILL REPLACE SHEEP IN DOG TRAINING DEMONSTRATION Ellen Nieslanik’s dog, Pete, kept a close eye on a “herd” of ducks Aug. 12. The ducks arrived in the mail around the Fourth of July and will be […]