MEEKER I The Meeker Recreation Center will be closed for its annual shutdown beginning May 19 and continuing through May 27 in recognition of Memorial Day. Normal business hours will resume at 5 a.m. on May 28.
MEEKER | “I’m Bored; What Can I Do?” is the topic of discussion as part of a Meeker Elementary School presentation of parent summer survival ideas offered Monday, May 20 at 6 p.m. at the school.
MEEKER I The sixth annual healthcare “Spring Gala” fundraiser is rapidly approaching. This year’s event will continue the tradition of a great time while raising funds in support of community scholarships as well as many local healthcare programs and services.
MEEKER | Wendll’s Wondrous Things in Meeker will host a reception showcasing the artwork of part-time Meeker resident and artist Patti Smithers on Friday from 5 to 8 p.m.
Dear Editor: I would respectfully disagree with Ms. Wilber and Mr. Zellers in their letters to the editor. If we as a community do not start accepting change, we are going to end up like many other small communities with a dead downtown area or, worse, a dead town.
MEEKER | Enefit American Oil will offer a presentation today in Meeker regarding its planned oil shale project in the southern part of the Uintah Basin just west of the Colorado border.
RBC | The Colorado Department of Transportation has announced the promotion of Grand Junction resident engineer Jason Smith to West Program Engineer in Region 3, which includes part of Rio Blanco County.
RBC | According to the Colorado Department of Transportation, there are two current road projects under way in the Rio Blanco County area that are subject to causing area delays:
MEEKER I The Pioneers Medical Center Board of Directors has selected Haselden Construction as general contractor to build the medical center replacement facility. “We are excited about the decision,” said Paul Sheridan, Pioneers board chairman. “Haselden is the whole package. They have great medical facility experience, they have worked in a variety of similar climates [...]
MEEKER I Amanda Kendall, a senior at Meeker High School has been named one of only 40 Boettcher Foundation Scholarship recipients for 2013.