MEEKER | Despite last weekend’s wet and cold conditions, the third- and fourth-grade Meeker Mustangs outplayed Rifle, winning 19-6. Doak Mantle scored three touchdowns and an extra point for the Mustangs. Trapper Merrifield filled in at center with only two practices after Noah Mayerle was injured and unable to play. Despite the conditions, quarterback Wyatt Pfau managed to handle the ball. Defensively for Meeker, James Amick recovered a fumble and Tannen Kennedy, Chris Scherbarth and Garrett Frantz shut down Rifle’s offense. The fifth- and sixth-grade Mustangs had a bye. Next week, the third- and fourth-graders will have a bye.
Northwest Auto learns it is one of 600 reinstated by General Motors MEEKER I When Doug Over-ton of Northwest Auto Sales and Service decided to pursue arbitration — after General Motors announced it wasn’t renewing […]
MEEKER | In February, Streaker activities were as follows: 13 days of Chuck Wagon with 16 riders, 567 stops in Meeker including 46 medical, six riders to Rifle for shopping, six riders to Glenwood Springs, […]
RBC I The 9 Health Fairs will be held this Saturday in Meeker and Rangely. In Meeker, the health fair will be from 7-11 a.m. at the Fairfield Center; in Rangely, the health fair will […]