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.
I wanted to say thank you to everyone who donated to the “Single Soldier Barracks” project for Fort Carson. Those soldiers have arrived home or await the final two flights home.
The last four years, those of you who comprise the wonderful community and county of Rio Blanco have been well represented by commissioner Kai Turner. Rio Blanco County and Northwest Colorado need experience, knowledge, dedication and a commitment to serve and represent those who have elected you to office.
First and foremost, I would like to say thank you to everyone who participated in the sales tax leakage survey as well as those individuals and local businesses that helped to make this project possible.
It appears this year the pranksters are packing. At least that is what their pockets stuffed with clear, plastic tape might indicate. Making midnight visits all over town to darkened doorways and windows, ringing doorbells or knocking on the glass, is the modus operandi for teenagers with too much time on their hands. The variation […]
RBC I Earth Day, just passed, is the day we all look at ways we can reduce our carbon footprint. 20 percent of all greenhouse gases come from automobiles, so it makes sense to start there.
Though I was glad to finally see some closure to the Berthelson murder, I was quite disappointed in the sentence Neil Joy received. I’ve never really understood how a person can end someone’s life and only get a few years “punishment.”
I would like to comment on the anonymous contribution to your paper last week extolling the virtues of unconventional energy resources such as tar sands and oil shale.
RBC I Across the nation, people take to the streets in record numbers to overthrow the greed and politics they say has hijacked the American dream.