MEEKER | Staff at the White River Museum in Meeker has issued an urgent appeal for the return of the museum’s obituary volumes for the years 2012-14 and 2016-18. The volumes turned up missing about three weeks ago. Museum visitors use the volumes on site to research family history, and the information contained in them is irreplaceable. There will be no questions asked upon return of the binders.
Meeker Mayor Mandi Etheridge cut the ribbon at the official opening of the Smithsonian exhibit “Between Fences” at the White River Museum last Saturday. The exhibit will be on display until the end of February.
MEEKER I “Good history is best told by more than one voice,” states the Museum of Western Colorado (MWC). In that spirit, the MWC staff invited history institutions from around the Western Slope to help […]
RBC | Rio Blanco County Historical Society presents: “This is Rangely—Celebrating Rangely History!” on Oct. 9 from 1-3 p.m. at the Old West Heritage Culture Center (517 Park Ave., Meeker, Colo., next door to the […]