Dear Editor: The Rangely Animal Shelter animals and staff would like to thank Kadence Wagner of Rangely for her big heart and love for animals.
Dear Editor: I wanted to let all the agencies that have expressed an interest in getting some of their staff trained in Mental Health First Aid that Mind Springs Health will be holding a classes on Jan. 16 and 23 at Rangely District Hospital.
Dear Editor: This is an open letter to residents of the Rangely and other parts of Rio Blanco County. We want to extend a huge “thank you” to all who have donated toward the 1913 school house foundation restoration project at Rangely Museum.
Dear Editor: Meeker is indeed a small town with a big heart.
Dear Editor: This is a open letter to dear friends in the Colorado Department of Transportation’s Region 3 area, which includes Rio Blanco County.
Dear Editor: This is an open letter to residents who use Piceance Creek Road (County Road 5). This letter is to let you know that Community Counts road signs have been installed along, and feeding into, Piceance Creek Road (County Road 5 or CR5). We are extremely excited to bring
Dear Editor: Happy holidays! This is an open letter to the Rangely community.
Dear Editor: The Meeker Chamber of Commerce would like to thank all who participated in the 2013 Parade of Lights. For those community members who came out to brave the cold, thank you for helping make our community celebration successful.
Dear Editor: This is a open letter to dear friends in the Colorado Department of Transportation’s Region 3 area, which includes Rio Blanco County. I have worked with many of you over the past decade on plenty of exciting CDOT projects and news stories. So while I will greatly miss
Dear Editor: As good stewards of the land, ranchers continually strive to improve their management of the rangelands. The Douglas Creek and White River conservation districts are pleased to have an additional four local ranchers take advantage of the Districts’ Rangeland Monitoring Training Program during 2013.
Dear Editor: Although Rangely Christian Church is in a period of transition as we diligently search for our new pastor, we want the community to know that we are excited about this time of renewal and revival and would love to have them and their families join us.
Dear Editor: I practiced medicine in Meeker for two years, circa 1950, and, on one occasion, I was asked by the Colorado State Health Department to go to Willow Creek Oil Camp and give gamma globulin shots to the children of that town since there was one reported case of poliomyelitis there. I have always […]