Marquez, Bullen, Sansteds win Rangely scramble golf tournament

RANGELY I Forty-four golfers played in the annual 27-hole scramble at Cedar Ridges Golf Course last Saturday. The four-person team from Grand Junction took top honors.

Softball for the ages…

Meeker’s volleyball girls hit courts in Parachute, see good competition

MEEKER I After a few open gym practices, several Meeker High School volleyball players formed two teams and traveled to Parachute to play several matches in preparation of the upcoming season, which head coach Janae Stanworth looks forward to.

Joe Sullivan’s 97th birthday…

Blunt, Turner, Webster, Chintala win Range Call Ranch Rodeo buckles

MEEKER I A rodeo was the reason cowboys gathered in Meeker to celebrate Independence Day in 1885 on the town’s square. Now, 131 years later, rodeos are still a big draw, including the Meeker Ranch Rodeo, where local cowboys compete in five events for bragging rights as well as the prestigious Range Call Ranch Rodeo […]

Panoramic parade…

RBC ‘Cup’ won by the golfers from Meeker Golf Course

MEEKER I Only once in the 12-year history of playing the Rio Blanco County Cup, has the home golf team given the “Cup” to the visiting team, and this was not the year either.

Killing skeeters…

All-state football…

Meeker High School graduate TJ Shelton, pictured in May with his parents, Janae and Bobby Shelton, after being honored as the 2A/3A “Wrestler of the Year,” was also recently honored for his football skills. Shelton was selected to play in the annual Colorado High School Coaches Association All-State Game in Alamosa, where he was the […]

Softball…

Meeker Golf Course a busy place, to host RBC Cup this weekend

MEEKER I White River Electric Association’s annual golf tournament filled the Meeker Golf Course on Friday, followed by the annual two-day, two-man best-ball tournament, and this weekend Meeker will host the annual Rio Blanco County Cup, which is currently on display in Rangely.

Blunt, Shults shine at Ladies’ Deerfly

MEEKER I The annual Ladies’ Deerfly Golf Tournament did not have a large field but the competition was tough, especially in the second flight, where local golfers Hallie Blunt and Sally Lou Shults won the title.