Dear Editor: First off, I’m not sentimental about having attended school in the old elementary school. I am, however, passionate about saving a true historic building in its entirety to the benefit of all residents of Rio Blanco County.
Dear Editor: Finally, a group, MPACT64, (Club 20 is a member) is leading an effort to secure more funds for our deteriorating state highway system.
Dear Editor: I am totally amused by the number of people who have written letters to the editor and articles for the paper regarding “the Justice Center.” Really people, you should not open your mouth until you have checked out the facts.
Dear Editor: This is an open letter to the Meeker Community. I have accepted a transfer and will be leaving the Meeker Post Office as of Sept. 1.
Dear Editor: Addressing the article on the Rio Blanco County Commissioners published in the local newspaper on Aug. 22, I was simply aghast to read of their plans and or ideas (regarding the old Meeker elementary school).
Dear Editor: My father, Roy Green, was born in Meeker, Colo., in 1919. He is no longer living, but I wanted to visit Meeker, where I was also born.
Dear Editor: Having read the Aug. 22 Herald Times article titled “County has four plans for justice center using old school,” it occurs to me that there is “a rat in the wood pile.”
Dear Editor: I rode my hopped-up 2000 black and chrome Harley Davidson motorcycle in Meeker’s Range Call Parade on the Fourth of July.
Dear Editor: I guess it is illegal to park your vehicle on a public street in Meeker? I received a visit from the Meeker Police Department at my house today to tell me not to park on a public street. I must digress a bit here.
Dear Editor: I have a suggestion, and maybe it is one you have already received.
Dear Editor: Recently, lightning struck about 20 yards across the fence in our neighbor’s property towards the top of the hill where we have a small cabin. Many of our neighbors saw the strike and the subsequent burst of flame as the field began to burn, and they called 911.
Dear Editor: On July 6, New Eden Pregnancy Care Services in Rangely hosted its inaugural (hopefully!) 5K Color Run. There were 73 participants of all ages, joyfully dressed in white, eagerly awaiting their being doused in paint.