RANGELY I What a remarkable journey it has been, from Florida to Rio Blanco County and all around the world, for Julius and Lomell Poole, long-time Rangely residents.
MEEKER I Colorado outfitter. The image that comes to mind is probably not one of an attractive woman with well-coiffed silver hair and sparkling blue eyes. One’s first impression of Jeanne Horne is that she […]
MEEKER I It is probably common practice to take for granted all that our educators do. In our unfortunate situation with our school this last year, amazing people stepped up to make things happen for […]
There was a mistake in last week’s feature article about Byron and Jo Linden. The article stated that they owned the TI ranch. This information was incorrect. Byron’s great-grandparents worked on the TI ranch at […]
MEEKER I In the universal quest of living life to the full, perhaps success can best be measured by how sincerely you give of yourself, maintain a positive outlook and take every opportunity to make […]
MEEKER I “Dec. 7, 1941 – a date which will live in infamy…” These words were spoken by President Franklin D. Roosevelt following the attack on Pearl Harbor.
MEEKER I When Misael Rosas was born, his mother Susana knew something was wrong immediately. Her baby was diagnosed shortly after birth with Goldenhar syndrome.
RANGELY I It is always nice to hear a success story, especially one that incorporates hard work, companionship and giving back to the community.