Meeker High School seniors Charley Adams and Dylon Merrell won overall best team project at the Colorado Science and Engineering Fair, held last week at Colorado State University. They compared a classical model for light with measurements in a Michelson interferometer, showing that light does not behave as expected according to our intuitive notions. Charley and Dylon will compete in the International Science and Engineering Fair in Los Angeles, Calif., next month.
RBC I Two newcomers were elected to the Meeker and Rangely school boards during Tuesday’s election. Rebecca Rector was the top vote-getter for the Rangely School Board with 381 votes, outdistancing incumbent Adair Norman, who […]
I read with interest the letter from Mr. Kuhn printed in the May paper. I understand how Mr. Kuhn might feel confused. I believe that these are confusing times, and there are certainly quite a […]
MEEKER | Officials with the Upper Colorado River Interagency Fire Management Unit are planning prescribed fires this fall near Meeker to improve wildlife habitat and reduce build-up of vegetation that can fuel large wildfires. Related