Darryl Stout, shown here with his wife, Susan, at Niagara Falls, was the voice of Meeker Cowboy home football games for 15 seasons. Stout, who died in April, will be honored at Friday’s home game as a new sound system at Starbuck Stadium will be dedicated in his memory.
“He loved athletic competitions and supported the Cowboys in all of their endeavors,” said his daughter Trina Smith, who is the agriculture instructor at Meeker High School. “As a proud supporter of the Meeker Cowboy football team, he loved to announce the games regardless of the weather or his personal schedule. On many occasions, games would fall during hunting season, yet dad would leave his hunters and be at the games — oftentimes the out-of-town hunters would choose to come to town with him; rooting for the Cowboys.”
Toni Carroll-Simmons and husband Brandon participated in Saturday’s benefit poker run, a fundraiser to help the Simmons with medical expenses for Toni, who is undergoing radiation and chemotherapy treatments for cancer at a hospital in […]
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