Reprinted from the May 1, 1897 edition of the Meeker Herald MEEKER I Last Monday was a great day for Meeker Odd Fellows, as it will mark an important epoch in the history of the local society. The day was the 78th anniversary of the establishment of the fraternal order of Odd Fellowship in this […]
MEEKER I The building that now houses Mountain Valley Bank in Meeker has a long and colorful past, having started out as the home of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows Lodge, Valentine Lodge No. 47. Now, 118 years later, it serves as the home of the bank. It had several other identities between times.
MEEKER I Mountain Valley Bank in Meeker will hold its 11th Annual Fall Festival on Sept. 27, and a call has been put out for those local organizations in need of a fundraiser.
MEEKER I Hod Kosman, President/Chairman/CEO of Platte Valley Financial Service Companies, Inc., also known as Platte Valley Cos., announced Wednesday that the merger of Platte Valley Companies and Mountain Valley Bank has been finalized.
MEEKER I The youth version of the Mental Health First Aid class will be taught to parents, family members, caregivers, teachers, school staff, neighbors, health and human service workers and other caring citizens on how to help an adolescent (ages 12-18) who is experiencing a mental health or addiction challenge or who is in crisis.
MEEKER I History Colorado will be in Meeker on Wednesday at Mountain Valley Bank for a roundtable presentation on the state historical fund and to recognize the International Order of Odd Fellows (IOOF) hall’s (now Mountain Valley Bank) recognition on the National Register of Historic Places.
MEEKER | History Colorado will be in Meeker on May 28 at Mountain Valley Bank for a roundtable presentation on the state historical fund and to recognize the International Order of Odd Fellows (IOOF) hall’s (now Mountain Valley Bank) recognition on the National Register of Historic Places.
MEEKER I Downtown Meeker will be buzzing from 11 a.m. to mid afternoon on Saturday as Mountain Valley Bank hosts its 10th annual Fall Festival with co-sponsors White River Electric Association (WREA) and the ERBM Recreation and Park District for the benefit of local non-profit fund-raising efforts.