Expansion planned for Meeker Fire Department

MEEKER I The Meeker Fire Department will soon be tearing down a portion of the building next door to the fire station to make room for a new addition that will better meet the needs of the Rio Blanco Fire Protection District.

500 attend 9Health Fair…

The line was not terrible, but the flow was consistently busy on Saturday morning during the annual 9Health Fair, held at Meeker Elementary School. Margie Joy, the Pioneers Medical Center public information officer and the Pioneers Healthcare Foundations’s executive director, said Monday that roughly 500 persons attended the fair for any number of reasons ranging […]

Letter to the Editor: Fire chief explains plans to leave

Dear Editor: This is an open letter to those who are members of the Rio Blanco Fire Protection District and the residents of Meeker.

Donation…

CPR/EMT classes offered by fire district

MEEKER | The Rio Blanco Fire Protection District is offering a series of classes that are open to the public.

CPR/EMT classes offered by fire district

MEEKER | The Rio Blanco Fire Protection District is offering a series of classes that are open to the public.

CPR/EMT classes offered

MEEKER | The Rio Blanco Fire Protection District is offering a series of classes that are open to the public.

Classes offered by fire protection district

MEEKER | The Rio Blanco Fire Protection District is offering a series of classes that are open to the public.

Laptop computer donated…

Karl Randolph, left, the operations supervisor for natural gas operations at XTO Energy, presents a new Dell laptop computer to Chief Steve Allen of the Rio Blanco Fire Protection District last week. Allen said the computer will come to good use, and he thanked XTO Energy for the donation.

Donation…

Rio Blanco Fire Protection District received a request from Stanley Crawford at Meeker Elementary School for donations to help with create emergency disaster kits in each classroom.

WREA donates $10,000 toward Piceance EMS vehicle

Local energy company White River Electric Association (WREA) recently made a $10,000 donation to the Rio Blanco Fire Protection District, which will go towards the purchase of a quick response vehicle for the Quick Response Team in the Piceance Creek area.