By Jean White RBC I Over the course of my career as a middle and high school teacher, an entrepreneur and a small business owner, I never expected to become a legislator. But now that I’ve represented Northwest Colorado in the State Senate for two years, I’ve found that my experience in business and education […]
For the past two months Rangely 4-H members collected shoes at the Western Annex, Recreation Center, and the Parkview Elementary School. In the end 135 pairs of gently used and new shoes were collected.
I would like to thank Peggy Rector and Crystal Ducey for hosting the public gathering at Peggy’s home Friday, May 25. Your extra efforts are appreciated very much.
First, of all for those who have not noticed we have placed a statue of a “Service Person” representing all branches of our Armed Forces on the East front corner of our land at Silver Sage RV Park on Main Street in Rangely.
Thank you Rio Blanco County veterans and local V.F.W. Post 5843 for leading us in showing respect and honoring our fallen with your annual tossing of a wreath into the White River and placing another at the memorial in Highland Cemetery, where fallen veteran’s graves were marked with American flags and there were many.
The U.S. Defense Department believes China will soon have anti-ship missiles with a range of 1,000 miles, B-6 bombers armed with long range cruise missiles, aircraft carriers, 75 surface navy ships, 60 submarines and missile boats.
As the end of the year is nearly upon us, we (BMS Student Council) would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone in the community that have made it such a great school year.
On behalf of VFW posts 5261 and 5843: Our thanks and appreciation to the Meeker Masonic Lodge, Ma Famiglia and the VFW Ladies’ Auxiliary for their sponsorship and assistance in last weeks Potato Bake.
I am writing today about a few issues that have bothered me for years but have just recently found myself overwhelmed by.
Shortly after 10 p.m. Monday, May 21, we had the misfortune of a ruined tire on our truck after passing through the construction zone on Highway 13.
We would like to invite the residents of Rio Blanco County, Rangely and Meeker to a mixer to meet and greet our county commissioner, Kai Mark Turner. We are holding this event to visit with Commissioner Kai Turner at 259 Crest St., in Rangely on the Friday, May 25 from 6-8 p.m.