Letter to the Editor: Thanks to code enforcement, Town of Rangely

Dear Editor: I would like to very sincerely thank Vicki Pfennig of Rangely code enforcement and the City of Rangely for bringing to my attention the safety issues around my home. I was endangering my neighbors, the members of the Rangely Fire Department and myself. Jeremy A. Coleman Rangely

Letter to the Editor: Deadline May 31 on BLM travel and transportation maps

Dear Editor: If you like to use motor vehicles, bicycle or hike around on BLM land, I want to remind everyone reviewing the Travel and Transportation inventory maps that the BLM is requesting comment by May 31—just three days away.

Letter to the Editor: Highways need more money

Dear Editor: The price of a gallon of gasoline today is more than $1 less than it was a year or so ago. The state gas tax hasn’t been increased for more than 20 years.

Letter to the Editor: Do we really need to print rumors?

Dear Editor: I was terribly disappointed to read your editorial in last week’s paper. I have no problem with the paper reporting facts—good or bad. That is your job.

Letter to the Editor: Women reminded to get annual health screenings this week

Dear Editor: National Women’s Health Week runs May 10-16, and women are reminded to have health screens this week every year.

Letter to the Editor: A differing view on global warming

A differing view on global warming Dear Editor: In response to Mr. Prosence’s letter on May 7, I have felt compelled to retort with some quick facts about the truth of what he refers to as “HCGW,” but what the rest of the educated world calls climate change. Right out of the gate Mr. Prosence […]

Letter to the Editor: Explanation of Range Call move to Ute Park

Dear Editor: I would just like to take a second to clarify some of the confusion surrounding the Meeker Range Call celebration and the move to Ute Park for some of the attractions.

Letter to the Editor: Many made softball golf tournament a success in Rangely

Dear Editor: April 26 started with a rainy and gloomy morning, but that did not stop the fourth annual CNCC Softball Golf Fundraising Tournament at Cedar Ridges Golf Course in Rangely with 15 teams.

Letter to the Editor: Delayed ruling on sage grouse doesn’t help anyone

Dear Editor: Sportsmen’s groups are deeply concerned that a motion to strike a rider added to the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), which will delay the September 2015 listing decision for sage-grouse by 10 years, has been defeated. The rider, introduced by Utah Representative Rob Bishop, is non-germane to the rest of the Act, and […]

Letter to the Editor: Do some reading on global warming

Dear Editor: In his State of the Union address in April, President Obama stated that “no challenge poses a greater threat to future generations than climate change.” Of course he was referring to human-caused global warming (HCGW), which, in his view, is “settled science.” Thousands of workers in the field who are deriving their income […]

Letter to the Editor: Thanks to last year’s Range Call committee, the ERBM and the Meeker Chamber

Dear Editor: As a business owner, I would like to express my gratitude to last year’s Range Call Committee, the ERBM Recreation and Park District and the Meeker Chamber of Commerce.

Letter to the Editor: Thanks to ERBM

Dear Editor: The Meeker High School Student Council, as well as sponsor Klark Kindler and volunteers Alicia Watt and Georgann Amack, would like to to give out a big thank you to the ERBM Recreation Center for hosting and paying for the fun “After Prom Party,” early Sunday morning after the prom.