The Meeker Herald — 75 years ago Feb. 14, 1935 • Preliminary work was started by Foreman Harry Pollard on the Warner Point road project on the Meeker-Buford road. • The Meeker Library is again open after having been closed during the recent epidemic. The library has been thoroughly fumigated. Any books that were in […]
The Meeker Herald — 75 years ago Jan. 24, 1935 • Bond Norman reports 14 head of cattle missing from his pasture along government road 5 miles west of town.
The Meeker Herald — 75 years ago Jan. 17, 1935 • With the White River valley blanketed with another heavy snowstorm there should be no drought in this section this year.
The Meeker Herald — 50 years ago • Channels 2 and 5 have been extra good and Channel 4 is pretty good, but still has some “snow.” • Bruce Motor Co. will be showing the new 1960 Dodge Saturday. The all new Dodge features a big, solid body with the revolutionary Unibody construction. • Meeker’s […]
The Meeker Herald — 50 years ago • Donald Isham, 22, was back in jail after two days of freedom following his escape Thursday. • The Meeker TV Association gets reception to Wilson Creek.
The Meeker Herald – 50 years ago • A plane crash on Big Beaver killed Craig businessman Miles Barrett, and critically injured pilot Arthur C. Smith, also from Craig. It was thought the men in the plane were preparing to drop a note to hunters in a camp on the old Zeb Wise homestead above […]
The Meeker Herald — 50 years ago • The FBI reported on a skull found on the upper White River near the Lewis ranch and said it was possible the skull was that of Herman Park, who disappeared from the ranch nearly 30 years earlier.
The Meeker Herald — 50 years ago • The Rhodes Maytag Shop plans an all day show and demonstration of Maytag washers and dryers at the Odd Fellows Hall. There will be a Maytag specialty man to help Mr. Rhodes with the demonstration. • The Meeker rural fire department was called to the old Sexson […]
The Meeker Herald — 50 years ago • The first frost of the season hit on Monday night of this week when the mercury on the government thermometer registered 31 degrees. It had been dropping down each night since Saturday. • Another step towards the improvement and beautifying of Meeker’s city park was realized this […]
From the archives of Rangely Times and Meeker Herald
From the archives of the Meeker Herald and Rangely Times