Williams employees Roger Decker, Clete Long, John Carroll and T.J. Oden, (far right) delivered two Arctic Cat Bear Cat snowmobiles and donated them to Rio Blanco County search and rescue coordinator Travis Mobley (second from right), also an investigation sergeant for RBC.
We live in a time when high self-esteem is encouraged early, when young people have more independence than ever, but also far more depression, anxiety, cynicism and loneliness. So how do we help our kids be happy and successful, without becoming what many experts dub the “Entitled Generation”?
During the next month, the Colorado Division of Wildlife will be conducting small scale prescribed burns on Oak Ridge State Wildlife Area. For more info contact the CDOW office at 878-6090.
The sun came out and with it, the golfers, to both courses in Rio Blanco County.
Bad weather cancelled track meets for RBC track teams last week and both teams will compete at Battle Mountain this Saturday. RBC 1600-meter runners recently ran through fog in Rifle. Bobby Gutierrez
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is seeking public comment on an environmental impact statement (EIS) that will evaluate the potential impacts of constructing the Gateway South 500-kilovolt (kV) alternating current (AC) transmission line project, which is proposed to cross portions of Colorado, Utah and Wyoming. The project is proposed by PacifiCorp, doing business as […]
The Meeker baseball team played its final home game on the road last week. Because of the weather, Meeker’s baseball diamond was never dry enough to play on this season, so the Cowboys had to play their scheduled home games against Paonia in Rifle and their final home game against the Panthers in Rangely.
The Meeker Herald — 125 years ago J.L. McHatton arrived home from Illinois bringing with him 12 head of fine Norman-Percheron horses. County warrants 65 cents at J.W. Hugus & Co.
Colorado Northwestern Community College’s Dental Hygiene Program is sponsoring a Sealant Saturday and Cavity Free Clinic this year in Rangely on April 16 at 9 a.m.
Colorado’s child passenger safety experts support new guidelines announced today by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), which advise parents and caregivers to keep children in the appropriate child safety restraint type — including rear-facing, forward-facing and booster seats — as long as children fit within the height and weight limits set by the […]