RBC — The Shop at Home series has come to an end this week.
RANGELY — Christian Holcomb of Rangely was nominated for appointment to the Merchant Marine Academy by Congressman John Salazar, who represents the Third District.
RANGELY — Michael Morton, son of David and Carol Morton of Rangely and a homeschooled senior, demonstrated he is well prepared for college by earning the top composite score of 36 on the ACT college […]
RANGELY — Wade and Lynn Rusher of Rangely are this week’s “home of” honorees. Wade moved to Rangely in 1997. Shortly after arriving, Wade and Lynn were married. They celebrated their 11th wedding anniversary this […]
RBC — The White River and Douglas Creek Conservation District’s 2009 tree program is underway. The Conservation Tree Program enables local landowners to obtain affordable seedlings for windbreaks, wildlife habitat, erosion control, noise or visual […]
RANGELY — When Merrill Frank was hired as interim CEO of Rangely District Hospital in July, his primary assignment was to find his replacement. He found his man.
RBC — Forrest Nelson’s days as an elected official are numbered. But it has been a good run, and he’s ready to focus more on operating the family ranch and spending time with his grandchildren.
Santa’s Meeker helper has been spreading holiday cheer for years
DINOSAUR — Superintendent Mary Risser announced that Dinosaur National Monument’s Harpers Corner Road, which begins two miles east of Dinosaur on US 40 and runs 31 miles north into the monument, will close to the […]
MEEKER — A former Meeker outfitter was sentenced Dec. 5 in Rio Blanco County District Court for poaching violations.
Amid stories of bailouts, job losses and economic mayhem, one recent national news story about the growth of library users throughout the county caught my eye.