MEEKER — April Fool’s Day is coming up Tuesday. It’s a good day to give yourself a gullibility test: Do you believe everything you see, hear or read?
Kenneth Wade Keeble, who was raised in Meeker, passed away with his wife, Gay, at his side March 6, 2008, in Kingman, Ariz. He suffered complications from pneumonia. He was born in 1924.
MEEKER — Community members have been trying to come up with ways to increase tourism for years, as one article in the centennial edition of the Meeker Herald demonstrated.
MEEKER — A California man was ejected from his truck Saturday when he swerved to avoid hitting a deer.
MEEKER — Twice a year, once in April and again in October, the Fairfield Trust committee meets to review community grant requests greater than $1,500.
MEEKER — Blanco Ranger District range technician Hal Pearce recently received the Meeker Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year award.
MEEKER — Getting a plan of action is the critical next step towards addressing the community infrastructure needs.
MEEKER — United States Senator Ken Salazar and his elder brother, Colorado State Represen-tative John Salazar, stopped in Meeker after touring the Rio Tinto coal mine Tuesday.
MEEKER — When Meeker residents receive their municipal election ballots in the mail this week they may wonder “why bother?”
MEEKER — The greeting card. After rummaging through a 20-year-old box of correspondence, filled with greeting cards and handwritten letters, a young family member piped up with, “This was all before e-mail, wasn’t it?”
MEEKER — On April 1, there will be a municipal election in which citizens will have the opportunity and obligation to vote for town elected officials. This will include the mayor and three positions on […]