Workshop on Second St.

MEEKER — The Meeker town board of trustees meeting March 17 will include a discussion workshop about the proposed Second Street extension from Sulphur Creek to Market Street. Share on Facebook

Meeker water use is at a 10-year low

MEEKER — “Water use is at a 10-year low,” said Russell Overton, Meeker Public Works Superintendent. “It (water consumption) all of a sudden just fell off.” Share on Facebook

Pinewood Derby held for Rangely Cub Scout packs

RANGELY — The annual Cub Scout Pinewood Derby in Rangely was held once again at the LDS Church with boys from Pack 151, 189 and 191 competing for top prizes and a bit of pride. Share on Facebook

Relay for Life planning meeting is tonight

RANGELY — On Aug. 21 and 22 the 2009 Rio Blanco Relay for Life is scheduled to be held in Rangely. Share on Facebook

Growing your own food topic of meeting

MEEKER — Growing your own food will be the topic of a presentation March 21. The program, titled “Soil, Seeds and Seasons: Gardening on the Western Slope,” will be presented by Brook Le Van of Carbondale, who is director of Sustainable Settings. Seating is limited for the event, which will be held from 10 a.m. […]

Sportsman’s Club meets tonight

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DAR to meet March 14 at Craig museum

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Energy summit in Craig May 14-16

CRAIG — Yampa Valley Partners of Routt and Moffat counties presents the third annual Energy Summit 2009 May 14-16. Share on Facebook

Rangely Animal Shelter sponsors workshop about zoonotic disease March 6 at CNCC

RANGELY — There will be a free zoonotic disease awareness workshop Friday, March 6 at CNCC’s Weiss Building from 9 a.m to 1 p.m. There will be a free lunch following. Share on Facebook

Digital signs on Market Street proposed

MEEKER — In response to a request from a Meeker business owner, the town will consider revising the current sign ordinance on March 17 in a public hearing forum. Share on Facebook

Woolgrowers meet March 13 in Meeker

Rio Blanco County Woolgrowers annual meeting is Friday, March 13 at Kilowatt Korner in Meeker. Share on Facebook

Restrooms closed after Meeker City Park targeted by vandals

MEEKER — Public Works Superintendent Russell Overton told Meeker’s Board of Trustees that the public restrooms at City Park have been closed after fires were intentionally set in both restrooms Jan. 25. Share on Facebook