For the past five years, the Bob Tucker Memorial Golf Tournament has raised funds for a scholarship given every year to a Meeker High School senior.
MEEKER I The Colorado High School Activities Association (CHSAA) and Meeker High School have named 19 participants to the fall activities season academic all-state teams.
Sports, especially football, has been a part of the Dunbar family for more than 65 years Sports, especially football, has been a part of the Dunbar family for more than 65 years.
MEEKER I Through elementary, middle, and even the beginning of high school, Dakota Giao saw himself going nowhere. He was scarcely involved in anything and ended up making one hurtful decision.
Katie Proctor, her daughters Lily and Bridgett and their dog Dolly participated in the 5K walk sponsored by the Meeker High School National Honor Society to benefit the American Cancer Society.
MEEKER I Barone Middle School, Meeker High School and the administration building will be open today from 4 to 8 p.m. to allow students and parents to see the new classroom arrangements.
Hannah Fitzgibbons was graduated from Meeker High School in 2008. On May 13, she was graduated with her bachelor’s degree in business management, from the Masters College in Santa Clarita, Calif.
The Meeker High School class of 2011 was photographed before their commencement exercises in Starbuck Stadium last Saturday.
— 12 state medals return to Rio Blanco County — RBC I Meeker High School junior Kathryn Doll became the first lady Cowboy to win an individual state track title in the current century.
MEEKER I The Meeker Chamber of Commerce and the newly founded Friends of the FFA joined together to provide a fun-filled evening for the community on May 21.
MEEKER | MHS Travel Club Fundraiser Dinner (before Harlem Ambassador’s basketball game), MHS cafeteria, March 10, 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m., $12.50 adults, $10 kids 10 and under. Proceeds for European trip.
MEEKER I Almost two years ago, Ken Tork’s 15-year-old son Kevin lost his life playing “the choking game.” In December 2010, Meeker High School freshman Ty Shepherd wrote an article about the choking game for his journalism class which was also published in the Herald Times.