MEEKER | A group of parents, Meeker residents and elected officials spoke to the Meeker School Board on Monday, expressing concerns about Superintendent Chris Selle’s recommendation to hire Andrea Murphy to replace the outgoing elementary […]
Overdue thank you Dear Editor: I would like everyone to know what a great community Meeker is! Thank you so much to the first responders, Meeker Volunteer Fire Department and the BLM firefighters. Your quick […]
RBC | Any parent or school teacher can tell you that before a child is able to learn, their primary needs, including nutrition, must be met. As local schools recognized the growing number of hungry students […]
MEEKER I Four seats on the Meeker Board of Education are up for election or re-election Nov. 7. The seats held by current school board president Bud Ridings, member Todd Shults, and current board secretary […]
RBC I As your children get ready to head back to school, make sure they have the protection they need. Colorado students are required to have a number of vaccines for school attendance. Children, from […]
RBC I The summer fun and frolic ends next week for students in Rangely and Meeker as the 2014-15 school year begins.
RBC I The seventh annual Colorado Western Slope College Fair will be held Sunday, Oct. 9th, at Aspen High School in Aspen, Colo. From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., representatives from 220 colleges, universities and […]
RBC I “Test cheating scandal!” “Budget cuts!” “Accreditation lost!” These are the types of headlines associated with school districts around the nation today. With issues like these mounting on the front lines of education, even […]
RBC I A campaign to stop the devastating and short-sighted school budget cuts is on pace to reach the ballot as a grassroots movement continues its petition drive.
Rangely Jr./Sr. High School has announced the honor roll for the 2010/2011 school year.
The town of Rangely’s gas department very much enjoys its annual visit from Dorothy Morrison, teacher’s assistant, and the Kinder Cats.
As the legislature meets to balance next year’s budget, nearly $350 million in additional cuts to our children’s education are being proposed. Considering that we spend approximately $6,500 annually to educate a child in Colorado […]