Businesses close…

The front door to Shepherd’s Office Outfitters, located at the intersection of Sixth and Main streets in Meeker, was padlocked shut the morning of June 3. Attempts were made to contact business owners Chad and Jeannette Shepherd of Meeker and a message was left telling them that if they wanted to offer any information or make a statement, they would be welcome to do so by contacting the Herald Times. They were not heard from.
Friday marked the last day of business for Rangely’s Park Street Grill and Bar. The restaurant employed 15 people and has been in business for approximately two years but wasn’t bringing in the customer base it needed to to stay open, co-owner Don Bramer said. <span id=

The space, which is now available for lease, was occupied by Betty’s Cafe before the Park Street Grill. Bramer, who manages the Blue Mountain Inn and Suites next to the restaurant, said the hotel is still doing well. ” width=”300″ height=”145″ class=”size-medium wp-image-34565″ /> Friday marked the last day of business for Rangely’s Park Street Grill and Bar. The restaurant employed 15 people and has been in business for approximately two years but wasn’t bringing in the customer base it needed to to stay open, co-owner Don Bramer said. The space, which is now available for lease, was occupied by Betty’s Cafe before the Park Street Grill. Bramer, who manages the Blue Mountain Inn and Suites next to the restaurant, said the hotel is still doing well.

The front door to Shepherd’s Office Outfitters, located at the intersection of Sixth and Main streets in Meeker, was padlocked shut the morning of June 3. Attempts were made to contact business owners Chad and Jeannette Shepherd of Meeker and a message was left telling them that if they wanted to offer any information or make a statement, they would be welcome to do so by contacting the Herald Times. They were not heard from.
The front door to Shepherd’s Office Outfitters, located at the intersection of Sixth and Main streets in Meeker, was padlocked shut the morning of June 3. Attempts were made to contact business owners Chad and Jeannette Shepherd of Meeker and a message was left telling them that if they wanted to offer any information or make a statement, they would be welcome to do so by contacting the Herald Times. They were not heard from.