RANGELY | The next Community Networking Group meeting will be Tuesday, Feb. 28 at noon in the Weiss Conference Room at CNCC. The guest speaker will be Al White, director of the Colorado Tourism Office.
MEEKER I January was library month at Meeker Elementary School. We set a goal of reading an accumulated 40,000 minutes. When all was tallied we read 140,973 minutes. Preschool through fifth-grade kept track of their minutes. […]
Reading is fun. A seemingly self-explanatory statement often evokes an odd response from parents, teachers, and experts in the field of education.
meeker I The Bureau of Land Management seeks public comment on a proposal from BOPCO, L.P., to construct a facility 20 miles west of Meeker, Colo., to treat produced water from oil and gas development […]
Officer Hood visited Rangely Cub Scout Packs 189 and 191 to talk to them about law enforcement and safety. (Left to right) Ben Nielsen, Ty Fielder, Officer Hood, Den Chief Braxton Bishop, Zane and Lincoln […]
Lawrence William Marshall Jr., known by family as “Bill” and by his many friends as “Larry” was the first born Son of Lawrence “Doc” and Eva E. (Evans) Marshall.
MEEKER I One in four Americans have some sort of mental health disorder, from anxiety to schizophrenia to substance abuse disorders.
Lawrence “Larry” Wayne Adair, 50, died Tuesday, Dec. 27, 2011, in Craig, Colo.
MEEKER | Well-known Meeker resident Anthony “Matz” Mazzola is this week’s “home of” honoree. Matz will be celebrating his milestone 50th birthday Feb. 12.
RBC I January saw the Pacific jet stream finally begin to shift southward; by mid January it had positioned itself over southern Wyoming and northern and central Colorado bringing much needed precipitation to basins west […]