Will you come see me show my sheep at the fair this summer?” asked one of my younger friends earlier this year.
There are plenty of small towns whose namesake dates back to the town’s origin, passed down from the pioneer settlers and their descendants. A small town in Alabama sports an unusual twist to that tradition. […]
F our years ago this month, the Northern Ute Tribe returned to the sacred ground of their ancestors. Since then, many individuals in both communities have come to know each other and to appreciate the […]
The following column appeared in the Herald Times before the Utes returned to the White River Valley and it caused many people to talk about the future of the Meeker Pageant. Some questioned my reasoning […]
What is it about the flowers during this time of year that make even the most jaded among us stop and take notice?
The phrase “meet and greet” is now one of the most overused as many social gatherings use it as the main draw for people to get together.
The life of the cowboy has been examined by academics, emulated by Old West enthusiasts and more recently become part of one Western Slope school district’s middle school curriculum.
Meeker has never been viewed as an especially arts-oriented community, yet there are community members who disagree with that assessment. The performing arts demonstrated by various community theater productions over the years have been part […]
The continued popularity of television’s “Antiques Roadshow” demonstrates how many people squirrel their family treasures away.
During a recent phone call, the woman was surprised to hear her preschool granddaughter ask, “How is my Meeker?”