Kim Outlaw of Denver is the temporary postmaster in Meeker. She arrived in May, along with her children, Alana, 3, and Tréy, 7. “It’s like a work vacation,” Outlaw said. “Denver is so fast paced. I love it here. I’m sure we’ll be back. This will be our vacation spot.” Outlaw said a permanent postmaster should be installed by the the end of September.
MEEKER I Twenty-eight teams filled the Meeker Golf Course last weekend and although only a handful were local, two of them placed in two of the three flights in the annual couples tournament. Couples from […]
MEEKER I Matt Pearce is finishing up his first year working on his doctorate degree in environmental history at the University of Oklahoma at Norman. At the OU History Department’s annual banquet on April 24, […]
RBC I Meeker residents can drop off Christmas trees at the pullout on Sulphur Creek Road, adjacent to the dirt pile. The town’s public works department will then chip them. Related