Days Gone By: October 6, 2016

Meeker Herald — 100 years ago It’s so, if you see it in the Herlad (sic). Watch the other fellows and profit by their mistakes. Willard Simms was escorting his Grandma Rees and Aunt Russell in town, Saturday. Fred Kracht of Oakridge park spent Saturday in town. Mr. Kracht is one of our farmers who […]

Days Gone By: September 29, 2016

Meeker Herald — 100 years ago There are some 550 volumes in the Meeker Library, not including the Harvard classics, which have just been put in, and will give an inexhaustible mine of pleasure to any who love the cream of all classics. The Meeker Garage company have now established a regular daily auto service […]

Rubber duck race to raise funds for Coal Creek School

“A Pleasant Event” was reported in the Meeker Herald on Sept. 24, 1892, about the dedicatory ball held at Coal Creek School. People from all over the county came to this “temple of learning” for a dance and a supper that was an “epicurean feast.” The total cost of the building was $2,000. More than […]

Days Gone By: September 15, 2016

The Meeker Herald — 125 years ago The board of town trustees met in regular monthly session. The meeting was called to order by Mayor Simms. Trustees present: Rooney, Kyser, Purdy and JoHangen. Absent: trustee Thompson. H.H. Joy appeared before the board and asked the board to extend the water mains to the high school […]

RBC Historical Society celebrates 130 years of the Herald Times

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130 years old…

Today’s issue marks the start of 130th year of the Herald Times. The Herald Times is the oldest continuous business in Rio Blanco County and one of the oldest newspapers in Colorado. The Meeker Herald and the Rangely Times were combined into one operation in 2000 and current owner/publisher Mitch Bettis purchased the publication in […]

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The Meeker Herald – 125 years ago •  At last Meeker has a meat market. The genial and popular Ed Bellows has opened a meat market in the Holden building. Share on Facebook

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The Meeker Herald — 125 years ago n At last we have a shoemaker in our town. Mr. B.F. Caster, an artist in his line, has opened a shop and guarantees satisfactory work. n Colorow and gang are with their sheep and ponies in camp at Cross Mountain. n J.V. Houston has made arrangements to […]