Kathy Kracht was walking her dog with her 6-year-old niece Natalie, the daughter of Mike and Annie Kracht, when Natalie found a four-leaf clover. Natalie told her aunt, “I knew I would find one someday.” courtesy photo
A drilling rig has been set up next to the new WREA substation north of Meeker on the Sulphur Creek road.
I would like to thank Peggy Rector and Crystal Ducey for hosting the public gathering at Peggy’s home Friday, May 25. Your extra efforts are appreciated very much.
Thank you Rio Blanco County veterans and local V.F.W. Post 5843 for leading us in showing respect and honoring our fallen with your annual tossing of a wreath into the White River and placing another at the memorial in Highland Cemetery, where fallen veteran’s graves were marked with American flags and there were many.
Thirty-six seniors earned their diplomas and were graduated from Meeker High School last Saturday in Starbuck Stadium.
Joan Brumback June 23, 1930 ~ March 17, 2012 A graveside memorial service for Joan Brumback will be held at Highland Cemetery in Meeker, Colo., on Saturday, June 2 at 11 a.m., her son, Kent Brumback, officiating.
Ballots for the 2012 republican primary election will be conducted by mail-ballot, which will be delivered to local mailboxes between June 4-8 and are due back Monday, June 25.
As the end of the year is nearly upon us, we (BMS Student Council) would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone in the community that have made it such a great school year.
MACC president Gary Zellers announced MACC will meet on Monday, June 4, at 6:30 p.m. at the Meeker United Methodist Church Annex at 8th and Park streets.
The Rio Blanco County Pioneers Association co-presidents Connie Theos and Mary Ann Wilber extend their personal invitation and warmest welcome to pioneers who will attend the 100th anniversary Centennial celebration of the Old Timer’s Reunion on Saturday, June 2, at the Freeman Fairfield Community Center. Festivities begin at 3 p.m.