Corrections – The Aug. 17 “Rangely RDC approves museum funding for repository” article on Page 7A stated, “Rangely Chamber of Commerce Director Konnie Billgren expressed concerns that local oil and gas companies would be unhappy […]
MEEKER | In last week’s edition, Alvin Jones was mistakenly identified as the president of the Meeker Sportsman’s Club. John Scott is the president of the club. We apologize for the error.
The Jason Hightower Memorial Fund will be part of the Meeker Education Foundation’s overall effort to raise monies to support grants to teachers for their needs in their classrooms. MEF President Mary Strang said, “If […]
MEEKER I Two bits of information were incorrectly reported in the Feb. 27 edition of the Herald Times.
RBC I Incorrect information appeared under the photo of the Alice in Wonderland cast in last week’s Herald Times.
MEEKER I Incorrect information was included in the birth announcement of Jack Farrow Conrado-Taylor in the Oct. 3 edition of the Herald Times. His maternal grandparents are Dave and Sandra Wambolt.
MEEKER I Two mistakes were made in the story on Page 1 of the May 16 edition of the Herald Times under the heading of “Teachers: Good and bad at MHS.”
MEEKER I James Sizemore passed away Feb. 20, 2011, not three years ago as written in last week’s Herald Times. We regret the error. RANGELY I Jennifer Goddard’s daughter’s name was incorrectly spelled Kerri Goddard […]
RANGELY I Photos of Emelie Mae Noyes and Mariah Henson published in last week’s Herald Times, were taken by Thad Noyes and Rene Harden respectively but photo credit was incorrectly given to Heather Zadra. We […]
RANGELY I Last week’s photo of Maryann Hansen winning the Golden Boy rifle from Crossfire Oil and Gas Construction included Rangely Elks Club Exalted Ruler Herman “Tink” Wilson and Crossfire Oil and Gas Construction supervisor […]
MEEKER I The “Sterry” last name was misspelled in the article “The History of the Lime Kiln Region” in last week’s Herald Times. We regret the error.
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.