Dear Editor: This is a reminder to all interested parties that the continued hearing for a special use permit for a cell tower on the Golf Course/Flag Creek road will be held on Tuesday, Dec. 11 at 7 p.m. at the RBC Administration Building.
Dear Editor: Kudos to White River Electric! We would like to express our appreciation and gratitude to White River Electric for their outstanding efficiency and professionalism during our power outage. All businesses should mimic their service standards.
Dear Senator Bennet Dear Editor: Dear Senator Bennet: Thank you for your response to my expression of concern over the problem with illegal immigrants residing in our country. A bipartisan solution is important for the wellbeing of the country.
Tax reform Dear Editor: I have been an appliance repairman for 40 years. My natural inclination is to fix things. As I look at the state of national affairs today, nothing seems to be working right. One hardly knows where to begin the repair. May I suggest tax reform?
198-foot tower Dear Editor: There is a special use permit application in the works to erect a 198-foot cell tower on the Golf Course/Flag Creek road near town. We have the following concerns:
Love, support, community Dear Editor: Once again we are amazed by the love, support and quick response of our neighbors and friends within this wonderful community.
Phone home Dear Editor: Is there anyone out there whose child has run away from home? Just a question. Well, I have, and it absolutely amazes me how everyone covers for that kid and plays dumb.
Thank you, thank you Dear Editor: Two weeks ago, I fell down while walking the dog and broke my hip. This is how I found out how wonderful Rangely really is.
Flag Creek school Dear Editor: My cousin Clara Buchanan’s surname was misspelled as Bucanan in your history of Lime Kiln article. (Clara subsequently married my granddad’s brother, Burnham Smith, becoming my Aunt Clara.)
Wake up, CDOT Dear Editor: The Oct. 4 edition of the Herald Times reported that three auto accidents had occurred along SH 64 (Meeker-Rangely) in the space of a week and a half resulting in two serious injuries and others less serious.
Many thanks Dear Editor: We would like to express a heartfelt thank you to all people involved in the quick response to our daughter’s automobile accident last Sunday afternoon. We feel very blessed to have such caring and thoughtful members of our community.