The Meeker Herald — 125 years ago • Mrs. Fred Gregory will serve supper at the hall on Christmas night. An excellent supper is promised the dancers, and the charge for the same will be 75 cents each, which is not high considering the expense and disadvantages Mrs. Gregory will have to work under.
MEEKER | The name of the recipient of the Meeker Lion of the Year Award, published in the Dec. 19 edition of the Herald Times, was incorrectly reported. Meeker Lions Club President Tom Allen presented the special award to Mark Rogers of Meeker at the Dec. 10 club meeting/Christmas
The Meeker Herald — 125 years ago • The Midland directors held a meeting at Colorado Springs this week for the purpose, it is supposed, of considering the question of extending the road westward. The results of their deliberations have not yet leaked out.
The Meeker Herald — 125 years ago • Burke Brothers, who recently bought the Metz ranch on Piceance Creek, have brought in a fine bunch of cattle which they have turned loose on Piceance and the lower country.
The Meeker Herald — 125 years ago • W. H. Clark made a preliminary survey Tuesday for a ditch for W. L. Veatch. The ditch will be taken out this side of Miller Creek and it is expected that it will be continued onto the Mesa. Mr. Veatch proposes to start the ditch and other […]
The Meeker Herald — 125 years ago • Commissioner A. J. Gregory, accompanied by C. N. Greig, formerly cashier of the Glenwood National Bank, came in from Glenwood Springs last evening.
The Meeker Herald — 125 years ago • Those who have used it say we have the best forging coal in the state. Mr. F. N. Johantgen considers it is the best coal for fine work he has ever used. It is his No. 1 welding coal and he has never handled better for all […]