Dear Editor: On May 12, 2014, I resigned my position as a board member of the White River Conservation District.
Dear Editor: Last week, some friends of ours received a notice in their mailbox from the Town of Meeker. The notice threatened them with a $1,000 fine and/or 30 days in jail if they did not cut their grass within the next 15 days.
Dear Editor: This is open letter to the Meeker Town Board and the citizens of Meeker on fluoridation. Don’t be tricked by the half-truths and misleading statements about fluoridation in community water systems. Fluoridation is supported by every national and international health care or scientific organization.
Dear Editor: We would like to send a heartfelt thank you to everyone who showed us unconditional love and support while our family went through Althea’s illness. Your thoughts, prayers and well-wishes helped ease the burden.
Dear Editor: I am really excited about the expanded care that will be offered at the new Pioneers Medical Center. Of course, all of the current services offered at the Meeker Family Health Center, the Pioneers Hospital and the Walbridge Wing will be available at the new facility. But even
Dear Editor: June 16 was the deadline for comments on the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed rule change for the operation of the Bonanza Power Plant. This infringement on Deseret’s permit was brought on by the WildEarth Guardians.
Dear Editor: To aware citizens it’s crystal clear: The IRS must go!
Dear Editor: I would like to ask current Meeker High School athletes, Barone Middle School athletes and the community to support the Walk-a-Thon, which will take place Saturday, July 5 from 7 to 11 a.m. at the Meeker High School track.
Dear Editor: Two weeks ago approximately 64 percent of “active” registered Colorado voters received primary election ballots. Although I am “active,” I did not receive a ballot. As one of the 35 percent of Colorado voters “unaffiliated” with either major official party, all I received was a letter stating that
Dear Editor: This is an open letter to members of the Rangely community. I am honored and excited to have been selected for the position of Rangely Junior/Senior High School principal. I am currently serving as interim director of federal programs and student success in the Boulder (Colo.) Valley School District.
Dear Editor: The 2014 White River Community Association’s Fish Fry this past Saturday was a tremendous success. With the help of some very dedicated folks, we were able to serve crispy fried white fish and delicious side dishes to about 250 attendees.
Dear Editor: I grew up in a small town. I think back to the values I held then and still hold now because of how I was raised and the morals that not only my parents but my community instilled in me.