Dear Editor: This is an open letter to the voters of Rio Blanco County, the Town of Meeker Board of Trustees is in support of the ballot issue to exempt Rio Blanco County from SB05-152.
Dear Editor: The Meeker Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors votes yes in favor of ballot issue 1A on the mail-in ballot for the Nov. 4 election. A vote of yes on this ballot issue could bring high-speed Internet access capability or “broadband” to our area.
Dear Editor: The Town of Rangely supports the county’s efforts to develop and enhance robust broadband infrastructure in our community and throughout the county.
Dear Editor: Broadband ballot issue 1A is a critically important measure before Rio Blanco County voters for a variety of beneficial reasons, including economic development, heritage and agri-tourism, public education, high-quality entertainment and much more.
Dear Editor: Rio Blanco County voters are strongly encouraged to support ballot issue 1A on the mail-in ballot for the Nov. 4 election.
RBC I Rio Blanco County voters will be asked to cast a vote on a ballot question 1A in the November election. Adoption by voters is pivotal to the success of future RBC broadband implementation and subsequent economic development.
RBC I The Rio Blanco County Broadband Coalition has placed a question on the November ballot that would permit county voters to authorize the creation of a broadband provider authority by government organizations such as county and town boards.
RBC I The Rio Blanco County Broadband Team, under of county Information Technology Director Blake Mobley is making progress toward bringing high-speed, high-capacity broadband services to all of Rio Blanco County. On Thursday, Mobley presented a power point outlining the progress and direction of the broadband effort. A recent Northwest Colorado Council of Governments broadband […]
RBC | An open public meeting will be held today at the Freeman E. Fairfield Center in Meeker to discuss broadband initiatives and progress in Rio Blanco County. The meeting will begin at 10 a.m. in the commissioners’ meeting room at the Fairfield Center, 200 Main St.
RBC I The 260 residents of Ten Sleep, Wyo., drive at least 26 miles to buy groceries and 112 to catch a plane. Local businesses include the Crazy Woman Café and Dirty Sally’s, a soda fountain and souvenir shop. You wouldn’t expect an Internet entrepreneur to launch a startup here.
RBC I Mark Udall, a staunch advocate for rural Coloradans, joined a bipartisan coalition of senators calling on the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to do more to encourage rural telecommunications companies to upgrade phone and Internet service in rural areas in Colorado and across the country.
RBC I The Rio Blanco County Broadband Telecommunications Summit, held Tuesday at Colorado Northwestern Community College in Rangely, attracted a variety of broadband technical experts, service providers, local, county and state officials, chambers of commerce, health care providers, community organizations, college officials, business owners and county residents as well as individuals sharing by teleconference.