Meeker’s annual family free-fishing day was a huge success as close to 200 men, women and mostly children took part in the fishing event Friday at Meeker’s Circle Park, located across the bridge from Meeker Town Park. Colorado Parks and Wildlife stocked the pond with 300 fish for the event and assisted the boys, girls […]
MEEKER I The public may have seen construction work going on at the Veterans of Foreign Wars building at 290 4th St. and Main Street across from the Mountain Valley Bank in Meeker This building was purchased in March 2015 due to some very generous donations. The projects are being done to make us safer […]
The line was not terrible, but the flow was consistently busy on Saturday morning during the annual 9Health Fair, held at Meeker Elementary School. Margie Joy, the Pioneers Medical Center public information officer and the Pioneers Healthcare Foundations’s executive director, said Monday that roughly 500 persons attended the fair for any number of reasons ranging […]
Zacharia (left) and Nicholas (right) Godwin had the chance Saturday morning to talk with Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus at the annual Meeker Lions Club’s Breakfast with Santa, held at the Fairfield Center in downtown Meeker. Several hundred persons were fed between 8:30 and 11 a.m., and hundreds of children had the chance to talk […]
MEEKER I For those hungry folks in the Meeker area on Saturday morning, the Meeker Lions Club will be serving a free breakfast from 8:30 to 11 a.m. at the Freeman E. Fairfield Center at 200 E. Main in downtown Meeker.
MEEKER I On Tuesday, there will be an open house in Meeker to show off the new home of the Meeker Lions Club, Meeker VFW and Ladies Auxiliary Post No. 5843 and American Legion Post No. 74.
MEEKER I Meeker VFW Post No. 5843, enabled through several generous donations, has purchased the former First Federal Savings and Loan bank building at 290 Fourth St. in Meeker. The building will be the new home of the VFW post and the Meeker Lions Club.
MEEKER I The Meeker Lions Club presented awards at its annual Christmas party in early December. Mark Rogers and Bill Jordan received awards for their outstanding service to the club and Ken Coffin was recognized as “Lion of the Year” for 2014.