Dear Editor: I would like to say thank you to all area persons who supported the local Girl Scouts during their recent cookie-selling season.
Dear Editor: The citizens of Meeker and Rio Blanco County have been informed by the county commissioners that there will be “public hearings” about the proposed design of the “justice center,” which they propose to locate where the historic Meeker Elementary School now stands.
Dear Editor: I read with interest the letter to the editor from Meeker High School Principal Dr. Kim Ibach in last week’s edition of the Herald Times.
Dear Editor: I was born in Meeker, but moved away after high school and marriage. I moved back to Meeker several years ago and now live at the Fairfield Apartments. In the past year or so I have attended several meetings concerning the Old Elementary School with my friend, Sally Wilson. I had mainly just […]
Dear Editor: I believe the letter from Meeker High School Principal Kim Ibach in your Feb. 27 edition requires a response.
Dear Editor: On Feb. 22, in a conversation about saving the old Meeker Elementary School with Ila Sturgeon, Bev Steinman, who wants to save the school, said, “I feel helpless.”
Dear Editor: On. Feb. 16, I had the privilege of attending the fund-raising third annual “I Ride with James” Snowmobile and Poker Run.
Dear Editor: We want to thank the individuals from the Rio Blanco Sheriff’s Office, the Emergency Medical Service, White River Electric Association and Meeker Fire Department, all of which responded so quickly to our house fire early on Valentine’s Day.
Dear Editor: This is an open letter to the Meeker community: First, I feel I must share my thanks for the welcome and support my family and I received since we arrived in Meeker. We have fallen in love with the area and the people. I was astounded by the help offered to us to […]
Dear Editor: A great big thanks goes out to the Rangely Chamber of Commerce for recognizing Urie Trucking, Inc., as Rangely’s 2014 Industry of the Year at this year’s Crab Crack.
Dear Editor: Longtime Republican activist and former Republican Colorado House District 54 candidate David Cox announced his run for Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District on Saturday in Grand Junction. “I am running to end the corruption of our federal government and return to the state a focused and controlled constitutional government.
Dear Editor: For more than 60 years the oil and natural gas industries have worked closely with local community leaders to ensure fracking exists safely alongside Colorado’s communities and environment.