Rangely area author to hold local book signing Saturday


RANGELY I Blue Mountain author Lou Dean knows how to write about hardship.

Piceance-born author to speak on area’s history

RIFLE I Rifle Creek Museum is hosting another “Remembering Rifle” day with Gracie Petrakian as special guest on July 6 between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.

Wrestler, author in Meeker on Friday

MEEKER I Author Ray Coca will be in Meeker on Friday for a signing of his published book “Elite U.S. Dream … A Wrestling Story.”

Book signing …

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Author Sandy Munro (center) held a book signing at Wendll’s Wondrous Things in Meeker last week for his book “Finding Uri,” about the father he never knew. Munro’s grandson, Uri Goedert, a Barone Middle School sixth-grader and his great-grandfather’s namesake, also signed a book for his aunt, Cindy Welle.

Letters open a window in time for son of WWII pilot


MEEKER I The box that came to Sandy Munro a few months after his mother passed away in 2007, was a virtual time machine into the past. The love story that emerged from the correspondence between Munro’s father and mother is now available as a book titled, “Finding Uri,” published by People’s Press.

Letter to the Editor: Thanks from author

Dear Editor: We would like to extend a special thanks to all the people that supported Danny’s book signing at Avis’ Village Floral on Saturday, Oct. 8, 2011.

Book signing …

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Former Meeker resident Danny Campbell and his long-time friend Mary Hartwig were at Avis’ on the Corner for a book signing of Campbell’s autobiography, titled “A Wet Ass and a Hungry Gut.” The entertaining book is based on Campbell’s nearly 50 years in the White River Valley.

Former Meeker resident brings autobiography to Meeker

MEEKER I Danny Campbell was a resident of Meeker from 1958 until 1991.