MEEKER I The Rio Blanco County Historical Society Board and museum members are grateful for Sandy Shimko’s 13 years of dedicated, dependable service. In light of her recent resignation, there will be an Appreciation Tea in the lobby of the Meeker Hotel on Feb. 22. Everyone is invited to come by between 2 and 4 […]
MEEKER I “Good history is best told by more than one voice,” states the Museum of Western Colorado (MWC). In that spirit, the MWC staff invited history institutions from around the Western Slope to help tell the story of our heritage.
Dear Editor: My father, Roy Green, was born in Meeker, Colo., in 1919. He is no longer living, but I wanted to visit Meeker, where I was also born.
MEEKER I Visitors to the White River Museum will notice the temporary relocation of the main entrance to the east side of the museum while the first phase of the new lighting renovation project commences. The museum remains open and welcomes visitors.
The White River Museum Garrison building will now be open weekends from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. during the tourist season, May-September.
MEEKER I About Aug. 2, 1931, Lester Burns, a prominent citizen of this county, disappeared somewhere between the K-T summer camp on Snell Creek and the Bennett Place on State Highway No. 132. He was last seen alive in the morning walking down the highway going to the Bennett Place, where he was expecting to […]
MEEKER — The White River Museum is encouraging people to write the stories about their family members who lived through the 20s, 30s, 40s and 50s in Meeker for the next “This Is What I Remember” book. For those who are unsure where to begin, there is a CNCC class on Tuesdays, Sept. 16 and […]