By Pat Turner firstname.lastname@example.org MEEKER | For the third year in a row, Joe Sullivan—who will celebrate his 98th birthday this weekend—spoke about the Battle of Milk Creek at the Thornburgh memorial site on Monday, […]
MEEKER | Coal Creek School is happy to start 2017 with the completion of its exterior restoration and ready to begin the Coal Creek School 125 Challenge. The school has been successfully weather-proofed for the […]
MEEKER I Sometimes when we lose a loved one, closure thankfully comes quickly—with the body in the family’s possession. Sometimes, unfortunately, real closure never comes—as the body is never recovered. And sometimes, closure comes after […]
RBC I Why are we drawn to monuments that commemorate evil, darkness and death? What compels us to remember things we would rather forget? Every year, thousands of visitors journey to Nazi concentration camps. Here […]
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RBC I In the 60-plus years that I have been privy to the sheep industry in Rio Blanco County many things have changed and much has remained the same.
RBC I Range cattle in White River country were plagued with summer drought,