Letter to the Editor: Thoughts on column, Dr. Bob

Dear Editor: Thank you for your thoughts and bare-knuckled honesty in your “From My Window” column. As a former teacher at Meeker High School (on leave of absence this year 2014-2015), I was never asked if I liked working with Dr. Dorsett. In fact, I cannot believe that professionals would

Letter to the Editor: Meeker High School walk-a-thon fundraiser

Dear Editor: I would like to ask current Meeker High School athletes, Barone Middle School athletes and the community to support the Walk-a-Thon, which will take place Saturday, July 5 from 7 to 11 a.m. at the Meeker High School track.

Save Our Track Walk-A-Thon July 5

MEEKER I “You don’t have to walk for four hours in the hot July sun,” Debbie Cook, organizer of the Save Our Track Walk-a-thon, said.

Cowboys do well in windy Craig meet

The Meeker High School boys’ and girls’ track teams traveled to Craig for the Clint Wells Invitational Track Meet on Friday and returned with mixed results.

Prom is April 19…

Meeker High School prom was originally schedule for April 26, but it was changed to April 19 when Temple Grandin was only available on that date for the second annual Ag and Business Summit in Meeker. In February, the date was set for April 19. On March 31, the date

Prom date changed …

The date for the 2014 Meeker High School prom was reset Monday from April 19 to April 12, causing a stir among students and parents, but meetings were set for Wednesday afternoon by students and parents who want to keep the April 19 date and Thursday evening by MHS Principal Kim Ibach to discuss with […]

Band pie social…


Meeker High School band director Bob Eggebraten talks about the next music arrangement to be performed by the Meeker High School Band at Sunday afternoon’s second annual Band Pie Social. A dessert auction was used to raised money for band equipment.

Doll honored at Fort Hays State University

MEEKER I Former Meeker High School graduate and multiple-time Colorado state track champion Kathryn Doll was recently honored by Fort Hays State University for her academic accomplishment of a 3.55 grade point average, pursuing a degree in nursing in Hays, Kan.

Dolphin trip benefit bingo set

MEEKER I Meeker students who are participating in this summer’s dolphin research trip to Belize are holding a fundraiser chili supper, Bingo and bake auction Wednesday. The event begins with supper at 6 p.m. at the Rio Blanco County Fairgrounds in Meeker and is followed by Bingo, beginning at 6:30

Letter to the Editor: Regarding Kim Ibach

Dear Editor: I read with interest the letter to the editor from Meeker High School Principal Dr. Kim Ibach in last week’s edition of the Herald Times.

Letter to the Editor: Dorsett on Ibach doctorate

Dear Editor: I believe the letter from Meeker High School Principal Kim Ibach in your Feb. 27 edition requires a response.

Honest Abe on freeing the slaves

John Voehl of Littleton gave performances on Feb. 18 and 19 at Meeker High School and at Meeker Elementary School during his stay in Meeker. For the second year in a row, Voehl’s adaptation of Abraham Lincoln enthralled those who saw him, courtesy of the Meeker Arts and Cultural Council and the Rio Blanco County Historical Society. Above, Voehl can be seen among the fifth-grade students at the elementary school.

MEEKER I Students of Kristen Henderson’s and Pat Ibach’s fifth-grade classes at Meeker Elementary School, as well as Barone Middle School and Meeker High School students were delighted by John Voehl’s portrayal of Abraham Lincoln, one of America’s greatest presidents, on Feb. 19.