Dear Editor: In your paper two weeks ago, a front page article announced that the County Republican Party was hosting two county commissioner candidate forums for the four Republican candidates in the two districts (West […]
Dear Editor: A squeaking wheel, this one voiced by those of us who believe obsolete and dangerous highways on the state highway system should be modernized, almost got greased by a law if passed by […]
Dear Editor: This is an open letter to hunters, guides and outfitters. Please take a second to review the current proposed actions of Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW). This past week, the CPW released the […]
Dear Editor: I find myself somewhat amused—but mostly just irritated and appalled—by Wade Bradfield’s letter of April 28.
Dear Editor: Once again, I’d like to say how fortunate I am to live in such a great place. I want to thank the people who contributed with the Bland Family fundraiser.
Dear Editor: Dear Rangely community, we are so grateful for your support of The TANK during our recent Kickstarter campaign. Because the people of Rangely joined backers from 18 countries and all over the United […]
Dear Editor: This is an important letter to inform Medicare patients about a change in the Medicare Billing Process. Pioneers Medical Center diligently works with Medicare to get patient claims filed and paid. We strive […]
Dear Editor: I work as a Recreation Supervisor for the City of Craig Parks and Recreation Department. Last fall I spoke with Coach McCollum about doing a baseball clinic in Craig.
Dear Editor: In May, the Parkview Elementary Treasure Hunting Club will take two field trips in search of “treasure.” We will be taking the entire fourth- and fifth-grade classes and use high-quality metal detectors, pin-pointers […]
Dear Editor: The Rangely Middle School Wrestling Team would like to thank Professional Touch, Kayla and Claude Rose, Praters Plumbing, Big D’s, Roger and Rosaly Coombs, and Curt and Susie Dembowski for their generous donations […]
Dear Editor: Over the past weekend of April 16, Rangely High School held an after-prom party called Rowdy Worm. Throughout the night, from midnight to five in the morning, students were running around playing games.