MEEKER I Early employees of the 101 Ranch, now the Rio Blanco Ranch, may remember the “ice house” and going out to cut blocks of ice to be used for refrigeration throughout the year—or as long as it would last.
RANGELY I It was only a matter of time before metal artist Kyle Stewart’s creations became a family affair. The 24-year-old, who works for family business Stewart Welding and whose metal sculptures can be seen in public spaces and private residences around Rangely, has taken on a full-fledged partner in his latest endeavor: his wife, […]
MEEKER I One definition of loyalty is “a feeling or attitude of devoted attachment and affection.” Another is “faithful adherence to another.” Loyalty may be the simplest way to describe the relationship established on the Wakara Ranch. A duo that began as owner-manager turned into a friendship hat spanned nearly four decades.
The Taylor family came to Meeker in 1936. Through the years, parents Sherman and Deltha delivered mail, repaired shoes, farmed, owned the Standard service station on the corner of Fifth and Market streets, operated a grocery, taught school, volunteered and played music for friends, family and at local dances. Sherman
The K Bar T Ranch has beautiful vistas and a colorful past, dating back to a barrel of whiskey in 1884. The name of Tom Kilduff, past and present, has a long string of ties to the ranch and the Meeker area. The ranch started out as 160 acres and