RBC I It didn’t get much attention at the time, but the elections in November did more than give Republicans a majority in the U.S. Senate. Voters also added to the ranks of people on both sides of Capitol Hill who believe members of Congress should serve a limited number of terms. I know a […]
RBC I University of Maryland researchers just concluded that hydraulic fracturing—the process of shaking oil and gas free from below—could endanger the health of nearby residents by exposing them to air and water pollution. This would certainly be cause for alarm, if true.
RBC I It’s a sad statistical fact: The holidays, from Halloween through Christmas and on to New Year’s Day are a treacherous time when it comes to our health.
Dear Editor: We would like to thank the 590 people who participated in the 9Health Fair on April 19. We had a great turnout for the health screenings, but, unfortunately, we did experience one problem.
RBC I With great foresight, the founders of this nation endeavored to protect private property from the federal government. In the West, we know that this protection extends to privately-held water rights.
Dear Editor: We would like to thank Valley Repair, Western Slope Sod Farm, RBC 4-H and Bill Jordan, Wendll’s Wondrous Things, Tom Kilduff, L.T. and Dawn Eichman, Crystal Hernandez,
Dear Editor: We all should proudly remember the veterans of the Korean War as the 60th anniversary of the signing of the armistice that brought the war to an end was on Saturday.
The stories written in the past three weeks by Meeker High School to-be-senior Calvin Shepherd are prophetic and troubling.
RANGELY I I haven’t been the parent of school-aged children for long. As of this fall, I’ll be the mom of a kindergartner and a first-grader. I’m still negotiating the learning curve to understand what kids and teachers need from me at school. There are permission slips to remember and snacks to bring. There’s getting […]