A 1934 photo of students at the Lime Kiln Hill School included (back row) Milton Sykes, Armettia Toembly, Muriel Sterry, Earl Sterry, Elsie Sykes, Dorothy Sykes, Rex Sterry and teacher Eleanor Service. (Front row) Dick Moyer, Howard Sterry, George Sterry, Walter Moyer, Louise Sterry, Leonard Sykes, Marilyn Sykes, Iris Sykes and Alma Mae Sykes. The photo is from the third volume of the “This Is What I Remember” series of books available for purchase at the White River Museum.

Lime Kiln’s long history: Part 3

February 3, 2013 Hallie Blunt 0

MEEKER I The tremendous history of Meeker’s Lime Kiln region has been the subject of various features, however, there is still so much to tell and so many areas to focus on, from the Sunday […]

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Still kicking up their heels

January 6, 2013 Hallie Blunt 0

MEEKER I The holiday vacation provides great opportunity to spend time with kids sledding, skiing and taking advantage of the great area where we live. Dan and Eve Seeley remember vividly trips to the ski […]

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Meeker’s fastest 100-yard dash

December 21, 2012 Hallie Blunt 0

—Harold Ball’s record still stands 67 years later— MEEKER I From the record-setting 100-yard dash in 1945 to his extensive family history in the area, Harold Ball’s story is an interesting one. He ran a […]

(Above) Jean Welder has tremendous knowledge in yoga, including co-teaching a class while abroad on the tip of the Arabic Peninsula, with 10 women from 10 different countries.

Living in the now: Jean Welder

December 14, 2012 Hallie Blunt 0

MEEKER I “Live your life well, and if you can help someone, help them.” Simple words that mean so much, and that exemplify Jean Welder’s philosophy on life as a schoolteacher in four different states […]

Norine was dedicated to her career as a teacher, she also enjoyed spending time with her family as pictured here with her brother Bud, sister-in-law Maxine and their daughter Kathy (seated).

Teaching runs in the family

December 8, 2012 Hallie Blunt 0

MEEKER I “That discipline which corrects the eagerness of worldly passions, which fortifies the heart with virtuous principles, which enlightens the mind with useful knowledge, and furnishes to it matter of enjoyment within itself, is […]

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RANGELY I Photos of Emelie Mae Noyes and Mariah Henson published in last week’s Herald Times, were taken by Thad Noyes and Rene Harden respectively but photo credit was incorrectly given to Heather Zadra. We […]

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