Dear Editor: On behalf of myself and the board members of the Rio Blanco Water Conservancy District (RBWCD) I submit this letter to the Herald Times and your readers with intent to bring deserved attention to the recent Colorado Water Conservation Board (CWCB) meetings that took place at Colorado Northwestern Community College (CNCC). The event […]
Dear Editor: Former Colorado Gov. Richard Lamm’s opinion article in the Aug. 31 edition of the Denver Post, titled “Just Whose Labor Are We Protecting,” was bold in its reflection on America’s Labor Policy. His question was: “What policies are best for the American worker?”
Dear Editor: The P.E.O. Chapter BA in Meeker would like to thank the Meeker community for its support of our successful annual P.E.O. quilts in the Country Quilt Show.
Dear Editor: To clarify the record again, my undergraduate degree is in biology (Stanford 1971) and my doctorate is in medicine (MD, Stanford in 1975).
Dear Editor: My name is Kari Brennan and I am a registered dental hygienist. I have seen the positive effects of optimal water fluoridation and the negative effects of non-fluoridated water communities and decay rates.
Dear Editor: We are grateful to live in a community that values families and supports kids. We have a wonderful park system, a diverse offering of recreation programs, a pool for our kids to learn to swim and a modern elementary school.
Dear Editor: Epsilon Sigma Alpha’s inaugural Poker Run was a success with $600 raised to benefit St. Jude’s and local charities. We would like to thank everyone who rode and made it a fun day.
Dear Editor: The American Legion/CRVLL All-Star 14-and-under softball team would like to thank the following businesses for their support, sponsorships and donations.
Dear Editor: Thank you for your thoughts and bare-knuckled honesty in your “From My Window” column. As a former teacher at Meeker High School (on leave of absence this year 2014-2015), I was never asked if I liked working with Dr. Dorsett. In fact, I cannot believe that professionals would
Dear Editor: Good and bad teachers come and go. Good and bad administrators come and go. Various schedules (20-, 60- or 90-minute blocks), staggered class lengths, four-day weeks, five-day weeks, special days off all come and go.
Dear Editor: Meeker School District has had more than its share of negativity lately. So, let’s shift our thinking to a more positive direction, the future.
Dear Editor: This is an open letter to all residents of the Yampa, White and Green River basins.