Dear Editor: I did not respond to the newspaper articles that were written before or during the roundup. I did not see a need to respond to name calling. It serves no purpose. This is about principles, not personalities. My goal is to document the events at the roundup. A wild horse tragedy on West […]
Dear Editor: We are proud to say that the HopeWest-Meeker Wicked Halloween Gala No. 3 was a delightful success.
Dear Editor: I am writing in support of Rangely RE-4’s ballot question 3A. This question is asking for community support for a .9633 mil increase in property taxes to raise $430,000 for Rangely school programs.
Dear Editor: This letter is to inform the voters of Rio Blanco County of my intention to seek re-election.
Dear Editor: Bigger and better every year has been the trend for Septemberfest. This event is the largest community event held in Rangely and could never be pulled off without all the help and volunteering that you see from our community members.
Dear Editor: Our family is so very grateful for the support of our friends and neighbors as we mourned the loss of and celebrated the life of Julius.
Dear Editor: The Rangely Rural Fire Protection District would like to thank Rangely True Value, Pinyon Tree Liquors, Eagle Crest Assisted Living, White River Market and Summit-Midstream for their generous donations to the Firemen’s Pancake Breakfast over Labor Day weekend. Thanks to these businesses, the event was a success for yet another year. We appreciate […]
Dear Editor: The Rangely Food Bank is open every Wednesday from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. If you need emergency assistance, contact Christine Brasfield at 970-620-2407.
Dear Editor: We are so thankful for the wonderful medical community of Rangely. Throughout the last few years of Julius’ life, he received excellent care from the Rangely District Hospital doctors, nurses, lab technicians, emergency/ambulance staff, Rangely Family Medicine Clinic and home health care providers.
Dear Editor: This is an open letter to residents of Rio Blanco County. I would like to ask the residents of Rio Blanco County to allow me to serve one more term as county commissioner.
Dear Editor: In spite of tremendous breakthroughs in diagnosis and treatment, breast cancer remains the most common cancer and the second leading cause of cancer death for women in the U.S.
Dear Editor: Meeker’s local P.E.O. Chapter would like to extend a gracious thank you to the community for its support of our fifth annual “Quilts in the Country” Quilt Show and Bake sale held at the Fairfield Center during the Meeker Classic Sheepdog Trials.