Participants of the Historic Schools Upper White River tour group take a break at Trappers Lake after visiting the original Buford School last week.
BUFORD I More than 30 years ago, when Janet Clark first came to reside along County Road 6, she remembers recognizing the stately old building as an abandoned school. Now she is spearheading the Rio Blanco County Historical Society committee that is restoring Coal Creek School as an educational and interpretive center for community and […]
Dear Editor: The 2014 White River Community Association’s Fish Fry this past Saturday was a tremendous success. With the help of some very dedicated folks, we were able to serve crispy fried white fish and delicious side dishes to about 250 attendees.
BUFORD I Once again on Saturday, members and friends of the White River Community Association will gather for the 45th straight year for good food, fellowship and neighborly support for the Buford School.
MEEKER I A few years ago, the White River Community Association was awarded a grant to restore the rural Buford School, which is located upriver just south of the historic community of Buford. Restoration took place and the association has since maintained the property through funds raised during the annual fish fry on the second […]