The Rio Blanco County commissioners honored Ken Coffin, the U.S. Forest Service District Ranger for the White River National Forest—Blanco Ranger District, on Oct. 26 with an Award of Special Recognition for his years of service locally to build community relationships and encourage multi-use of public lands. Coffin has accepted another USFS position in Red Lodge, Mont., and he will be leaving his position in Meeker at the end of October. From left to right are: Commissioner Shawn Bolton, Commissioner Jeff Eskelson, Coffin and Commissioner Jon Hill.
RBC | The Rio Blanco County Commissioners met in Rangely on Tuesday for a speedy regular meeting, lasting less than five minutes, followed by a work session about code violations and budget concerns. Without discussion […]
RBC | Local Access Internet (LAI), one of the former service providers for county broadband, was the first topic of discussion at the workshops prior to the Jan. 14 commissioners’ meeting. Communications Director Cody Crooks asked […]