Monday night’s trick-or-treating weather was quite possibly the best seen in years. You could actually see the kids’ costumes for once. Don’t forget to turn your clocks back one hour this Saturday night as we […]
There’s a holiday this week. Sunday is Mother-In-Law Day. Give the lady a call! If you haven’t already been deluged with breast cancer awareness information, October is breast cancer awareness month. If you are a […]
Snow? Already? Yep, combined with some pretty chilly weather, too. Good hunting weather, hopefully, as locals and visitors alike head for the hills.
We’re about to jump headfirst into the holiday season, starting with Halloween. Do you have your costume plans made? If you’re going to follow trends in movies and TV, just pick some character out of […]
Weather and temperatures were ideal for last week’s 8th annual Fall Festival downtown. Local non-profit groups and those they serve will benefit from the event in the months to come.
Temperatures are dropping quickly, just in time for the official first day of autumn tomorrow. The autumnal equinox occurs when the Earth’s axis is not tilted toward nor away from the Sun, causing night and […]
Meeker’s elementary school is not the only new western slope elementary school that has had to find new places to put students.
Happy Labor Day! This Monday is Labor Day, celebrated for the first time in 1882 in New York City as a “workingman’s holiday”. It became a national holiday in 1894.