MEEKER | A couple of errors occurred in the Sept. 12 edition of the Herald Times regarding the Meeker Classic Sheepdog Championship Trials.
MEEKER | According to the CSU Extension Office in Meeker, Taylor Neilson’s State Fair Market Steer was purchased by Art and Loraine Gomez of Pueblo, Colo.
MEEKER I Gerald Morris of Meeker was incorrectly identified as Gerald Miller in an Aug. 29 article on Page 1 regarding his personal input on the future use of the old Meeker elementary school. The Herald Times regrets the error.
RBC I In the page one feature in the July 4 edition of the Herald Times on retiring WREA General Manager Dick Welle, the name of his son Jake was incorrectly given as Jack. We regret the error.
RBC I In the March 28 issue of the Herald Times, the photographer of a photo on Page 8A was incorrectly identified. The courtesy photo was provided by Ingrid and Don Reed.
RANGELY | Heather Zadra was inadvertently given photo credit for a photo on page one of last week’s Herald Times, which was taken by Jen Hill. We regret the error.
RBC | In last week’s “Home of” article, the daughter of Jennifer Goddard was incorrectly listed as Cassie. Her name is Kerri Goddard. The Herald Times regrets the error.
MEEKER | In last week’s “home of” article about Neil Bennett his website should have been listed as neilbennettphotography.com instead of just neilbennett.com. We regret the error.
RBC I The individual who donated a whole beef for a raffle benefitting the Rio Blanco County Veterans Memorial statues project was incorrectly named as Wayne Allred last week. The donor is Wade Cox.
MEEKER I Dennis Gellings from British Columbia won the 2008 Meeker Classic Sheepdog Championship Trials, not Dennis Edwards, who was incorrectly given credit in the Sept. 13, 2012, issue of the Rio Blanco Herald Times.
It was incorrectly reported in the 6-28-12 Herald Times, titled “RBC’s audit looks good” that Rio Blanco County was requiring a fire suppression system on homes more than 3,600 square feet in the Ridge Estates subdivision. The RBC Planning Commission recommended approval of the Ridge Estates and one of the