I was fortunate enough to catch commencement exercises at Colorado Northwestern Community College in Rangely and lucky enough to catch the graduation exercises on Saturday at Meeker High School. (Unfortunately, a scheduling conflict kept me […]
Memorial Day was quite enjoyable around Rio Blanco County with the towns nearly deserted but area activities — mostly outdoors — keeping a lot of people from leaving the area for the three-day weekend.
The TELL Colorado survey, carried out every two years statewide, is a great learning tool for the school districts concerned. It is a confidential survey done solely by state-certified instructors at Colorado elementary, middle and […]
The Meeker Town Board meeting on May 7 was an interesting study in community involvement as roughly 70 residents of the town attended, ready to voice their opinions and ask questions regarding the use of […]
I looked out my window and saw an interesting news week, topped by the arrest of Meeker restaurant owner Francisco Peralta-Cabral, who was described by federal/state drug task force authorities as “the U.S. head of […]
EDITOR’S NOTE: It is customary for newspapers across the United States to not use the names of juveniles arrested, issued summons or citations. The one exception is when a person under 18 is arrested and […]
From my window I saw a very involved, well-thought-out, thorough report called, “A Vision for Strategic Planning” that was “respectfully submitted to the Strategic Planning Project and the Administration and Board of Directors of Meeker […]
Through my window, my first week working at the Herald Times was a most interesting time. Other than putting out my first newspaper edition in Colorado in more than 35 years, I had the opportunity […]