MEEKER I Last week, the CSU Extension Office in Meeker hosted Jennifer Johnston with the 4-H IFYE Program. IFYE, or International 4-H Youth Exchange, is an international exchange program where participants ages 19-30 visit a foreign country for three to six months, living and working with host families, gaining a unique perspective about other cultures.
RBC I Colorado’s bears have begun emerging from hibernation across the state. Colorado Parks and Wildlife, charged with perpetuating the wildlife resources of the state, reminds outdoor recreationists, city dwellers and rural homeowners to be responsible and take steps to minimize contact with bears.
MEEKER I The Meeker Chamber of Commerce and Rio Blanco County will offer two subjects in a workshop related to starting a new business in Colorado on April 28.
MEEKER I The Junior Class of Meeker High School invites the public to “A Shabby Chic Prom” on Saturday, April 23. The Grand March will begin at 8:30 p.m. and proceed from the Meeker Cafe to the Hugus Building, where the 2016 Prom dance will be held. The dance will run from 9 p.m. to […]
Eddie Floyd Langford, III, was born Aug. 21, 1955, in Henrietta, Texas, the son of Joyce and Salty Langford. Eddie and his family lived in many states before settling in Florida as their home. Eddie grew up competing in cutting horse shows and junior rodeos, following his parents in the horse training profession.
MEEKER I Those six-legged basketball players have returned to Meeker again this year as Donkey Basketball makes its way back on the Meeker High School gym floor on Wednesday.
Dear Editor: Pioneers Medical Center would like to give our community of Meeker a “Heads Up” as we will be converting our phone system to an automated answering system on April 18. The hospital has been experiencing an increase in phone calls and sometimes phone calls cannot be answered in a timely manner because staff […]
RANGELY I “What a weekend. What a show!” The Colorado Northwestern Community College Spartans produced one of the best rodeos to come through Rangely in a long time, CNCC Rodeo head Coach Jed Moore said.
RANGELY I The future of Girl Scouts in Rangely is resting in the arms of volunteers to replace the current troop leaders, who are not able to continue as leaders next year, and adult leadership is needed.