Dear Editor: The Meeker High School Junior Class would like to thank all of their parents for helping organize and decorate for the 2016 Prom. We would especially like to thank Heather Burke, Kim Rule and Georgeann Amack. Also, a big thank you to our class sponsors: Brenda Mullins, Zack Clatterbaugh and Larisa Merrell. Sincerely, […]
Dear Editor: Way back in 1933, a group of “good ole boys” realized a community need, joining together to form Meeker Volunteer Fire Department. These gentlemen were everyday citizens of Meeker with a commitment and dedication to their community.
Dear Editor: I would like to provide the public with some information regarding the candidates prior to the Meeker Fire Board election.
Dear Editor: I would like to have the community support in my re-election to the Rio Blanco Fire Protection District board of directors. I have the experience not only as a board member but as a 22-year veteran of the Meeker Fire Department of which I served 10 years as the fire chief.
Dear Editor: For a little over a month now I’ve debated on writing this letter to the editor. I’ve felt that if I say something, it’ll get portrayed wrong or it might not be becoming of a current board member running for re-election. Then, after reading this last week’s paper, I’ve reached the point where […]
Dear Editor: I would like to take a little time to respond to Marshall Cook’s letter in last week’s paper.
Dear Editor: In response to Mr. Luzmoor’s letter, have you ever been on the fire department? Have you ever been on an ambulance call? People on the fire board have.
Dear Editor: This is an open letter to the Meeker Fire & Rescue District Board Members: As I finish my last week here at Meeker Fire & Rescue, I would like to reflect on the last 14 months as your fire chief and give you some parting thoughts I have. Perhaps these can help you […]
Dear Editor: This letter is being written in appreciation of our wonderful, caring, going way beyond-the-call-of-duty Meeker Fire Department and its first responders.
Dear Editor: On May 4, from 6 to 8 p.m., the Bureau of Land Management will hold a public meeting at the Rangely Recreation Center on the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) for a utility corridor from Bonanza to Enefit America Oil’s property on Rabbit Mountain.
Dear Editor: Pioneers Medical Center would like to give our community of Meeker a “Heads Up” as we will be converting our phone system to an automated answering system on April 18. The hospital has been experiencing an increase in phone calls and sometimes phone calls cannot be answered in a timely manner because staff […]
Dear Editor: I ask that you offer the following comment to your readers in order to balance the prospective on the Meeker Fire Protection District Board of Directors.