MEEKER | The White River Algae Study Technical Advisory Group (TAG) has recommended that the conservation districts sign an agreement with USGS to move forward with the scope of work for the study. The group will be holding a public meeting on Wednesday, May 2 at 7 p.m. at the Fairfield Community Center to provide more information on the details of the study and other updates.
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RBC | Rio Blanco County Commissioners authorized three non-voting appointments to the RBC Board of Health: RBC Emergency Manager Ty Gates, BLM hydrologist Keith Sauter and Rangely District Hospital nurse practitioner Shelby Lindsay. The appointees […]
RANGELY | During the last few years the increase in the algae bloom of the White River has been cause for many discussions. Meetings have been held in Meeker and Rangely to seek answers from […]