Dear Editor: On Aug. 11, Meeker High School welcomed 17 young ladies to the first practice of the Lady Cowboys’ softball team. The young women arrived with anxiety and excitement at the opportunity to help build another solid program for the Meeker athletic department.
Dear Editor: This fall, voters in Meeker will be asked to decide whether to increase our property taxes to fund our schools. This mill levy increase will generate around $900,000 to use in our classrooms.
Dear Editor: You have certainly given kudos to a very talented Macy Collins.
Dear Editor: If you would like to see the Meeker schools strong and provide the kind of education that our children deserve, please consider joining the support group “Citizens for Meeker Schools,” which was formed in order to help pass the upcoming mill levy override in November.
Dear Editor: The Meeker School Board refused my proposals for contract revisions that would have protected me, and, hopefully, also my colleagues, from the hostile workplace environment imposed by the high school principal. I will not be working at Meeker High School this fall.
Dear Editor: This is a note of thanks for those who care. Following our letter to the editor in the Herald Times approximately a month ago, when we grumbled and growled about the Town of Meeker and its method of delivery of the notices to “clean up/mow your yard,” a lot has happened. I feel […]
Dear Editor: This is an open copy of a letter I sent Friday to a Meeker resident wanting an update on the Meeker Sidewalk Project.
Dear Editor: This is an open letter to Frank Cooley’s family: Karen, Andrew and Michaela.
Dear Editor: Meeker is a town of heroes. Not just military heroes like Tom Kilduff and Ernie Garcia, but the everyday folks who go into action whenever they hear of someone in need. I have personally benefited from these heroes many times. The most recent examples are the folks who gave up part of their […]
Dear Editor: As the 49th anniversary of the Medicare Act came on Thursday, July 30, it is important that Coloradans and all Americans understand how critical Medicare is to keeping seniors out of poverty.
Dear Editor: I tried to negotiate a contract with the Meeker School District which would alleviate disagreements between myself and the high school principal and which would also help the district overcome its “fiscal emergency,” but after six weeks of talks, Superintendent Matt Meyer finally rejected my proposal.
Dear Editor: On July 3, I found a notice from Meeker’s Code Enforcement Office in my mailbox. We were given 15 days to remove all weeds and grass over 6 inches tall. If we failed to comply, we could be fined $1,000 and/or be sentenced to 90 days in jail for each day of non-compliance.