Letter to the Editor: Seeking local Pearl Harbor survivors

Dear Editor:I am writing to request your assistance in locating Pearl Harbor survivors with whom you may be acquainted.

Letter from the Editor: Thank you, Thank you,

No room for a column this week but always room to squeeze in a thank you.

Letter to the Editor: Commissioner responds

Dear Editor: This letter is in response to a letter concerning H.R. 1581, the Wilderness and Roadless Area Release Act.Let me start by talking about wilderness areas.

Letter to the Editor: Thanks from the Rangely Museum

Dear Editor: The Rangely Museum’s Ice Cream Social was a great success. Thank you all so much for attending.

Letter to the Editor: Report requested

Dear Editor: I’m writing today to voice my concern over the how the elementary school debacle is being handled and the lack of information that is being provided to the community.

Energy gives back

Dear Editor:For Northwest Colorado residents, last week brought excitement and anticipation building up to a well-earned holiday weekend.

Developing workforce in NW Colorado

Dear Editor:The Northwest Colorado Workforce Centers are hosting a series of employer field trips at their local offices in celebration of workforce development month which is in September.

Thank you from Giant Step Preschool

Dear Editor:Giant Step Preschool and Child Care Center wishes to thank the Rangely Boy Scout Troop 150 for their many volunteer hours.

Commissioners say thanks for support

Dear Editor: The Rio Blanco County Commissioners would like to thank the following people for their assistance in completing the new 4-H Building in time for the 2011 County Fair.

Thank you for the support

Dear Editor: Thank you for your support for the Colorado Woolgrowers Association’s raffle for the Polaris Ranger. The winner was Raftopoulos Ranches of Craig. Colorado Woolgrowers Association

Scouts demonstrate community service

Dear Editor: The Bureau of Land Management’s White River Field Office would like to extend our sincere thanks to the Rangely Boy Scout Troop 150 and Scoutmaster David Morton for their service in performing a trash clean-up Aug. 9 of Texas Beach along the White River, west of Rangely.

FHWA no longer needed

Dear Editor: Recently attention has been focused on the federal gas tax and the necessity of having that tax.