MEEKER I The Meeker 4-H Council met Wednesday, April 4 after school. A great turn-out of seventeen members were in attendance to make plans and generate community pride ideas for the summer.
The Radino Center in Rangely has a new look. The senior community center will have new siding, gutters, flashing and new paint after the finishing touches are completed this week. Rio Blanco County administrator Kimberly […]
The Rangely girls’ soccer team lift Myriah Moreno on their shoulders after she scored a goal against Grand Valley last Saturday.
RBC I The Wagon Wheel Trail, a collaborative effort by several Rio Blanco County entities, were notified recently the project has been awarded a $100,862 grant from the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Division (CPW) Trails […]
I was hoping that two weeks after announcing that I was giving up writing a weekly column, two writers from Meeker and Rangely would “step up to the plate” and give column-writing a chance.
Donald G. Jackett passed away in Montrose Memorial Hospital on April 19, 2012 following a brief illness. He was born in Genoa, Colo., on Feb. 19, 1938 to George G. and Elsie I. Fisher Jackett.
MEEKER I The second annual rebirth of the Afterbirth Ball was a huge success Saturday night with a full house in attendance for a great meal, auction and dance. According to Meeker Chamber of Commerce […]
Rangely High School seniors Monica Briggs and Kody Denny were crowned queen and king at the 2012 Junior/Senior Prom held last Saturday at the high school.
Frank Richard Wheeler was born Nov. 12, 1933, in Del Norte, Colo. He was the only child of James Robert and Dorothy Ellen Rhodus Wheeler.
MEEKER I Meeker patrons of the performing arts were treated to a nostalgic and hilarious visit to the bouffant hairdos and rhythm and blues music of 1960s-era teenagers, and to the social issues of the […]