Letter to the Editor: Both candidates for sheriff were tops; Joos will be missed

Dear Editor: In most elections, the choice between candidates is easy.

Letter to the Editor: Meeker Classic board thanks community

Dear Editor: As we button up the hatches from another year of sheepdog trials, the Meeker Classic Board of Directors would like to take this opportunity to extend our gratitude to so many in the community who make this event possible.

Letter to the Editor: Thanks from Rangely Outdoor Museum

Dear Editor: The Rangely Outdoor Museum’s Ice Cream Social and Homemade Ice Cream Contest, was held Sunday, Aug. 31 at 1 p.m. at the East End Park during Septemberfest weekend.

Letter to the Editor: Balanced plan for conservation needed

Dear Editor: After reading the latest news in the greater sage-grouse conservation effort, it seems high time for Colorado’s decision makers to lead on this important issue. As a state, we are facing a unique but narrowing window of opportunity to develop a proactive state conservation plan that would both protect the iconic bird and […]

Letter to the Editor: Grateful to those who attended box social

Dear Editor: Thank you to all who came to the Dessert Box Social at the Buford School House.

Letter to the Editor: Thanks from Meeker Classic

Dear Editor: Dear second grade teachers, students and parents of Meeker and Parkview Elementary Schools: Thank you so much for participating in our educational field trip to the Meeker Classic Sheepdog Championship Trials.

Letter to the Editor: Water conservancy district update

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 […]

Letter to the Editor: State Labor Policy needs examination

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?”

Letter to the Editor: Thanks for support of quilt show

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.

Letter to the Editor: Dorsett clarifies degrees held

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).

Letter to the Editor: Dental hygienist favors fluoridation

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.

Letter to the Editor: In support of school mill levy override

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.