The Meeker Herald — 100 years ago Two of Charley Thompson’s boys were out hunting Saturday at their ranch on Sulpher Creek, north of town, and in some unaccountable manner the youngest got a 22-calibre bullet direct in one of his eyes. He was immediately brought in and medical aid summoned.
RANGELY | Andy and Elaine Shaffer are happy to call Rangely home. Elaine has no choice as she was born in Rangely District Hospital.
The Meeker Herald — 100 years ago Commissioner Tom Kilduff entertained a large party at dinner on the Fourth.
RBC I In the page one feature in the July 4 edition of the Herald Times on retiring WREA General Manager Dick Welle, the name of his son Jake was incorrectly given as Jack. We regret the error.
RANGELY | Peter and Colleen Brixius find Rangely to “fit how we view ourselves; it is a lot like ourselves with real Western values.”
MEEKER | Grace Bible Church brought Deb and Doc Watson to Meeker from Crawfordsville, Ind., 27 years ago from Crawfordsville, Ind., but the Watsons seem to be as happy with the move as the church must be to have kept the Watsons here that long.
The Meeker Herald — 100 years ago • Another Rio Blanco County scholar has made good and has come to the front in fine shape. His name is Frank P. Goeder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Goeder, who have resided near Rangely for nearly two decades.