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.
Fourth- and fifth-graders from Meeker Elementary School have spent a couple hours a week with music teacher Anna Todd and learned to plan the marimbas. Related
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