Meeker preschool teachers Molly Theos, Shelly Nielsen, Amber Garcia and Mickey Slaugh took their students caroling around town Friday as a last day activity before Christmas break.
MEEKER I One of Meeker’s biggest 2011 stories had a ripple effect on schools across the state. Built in 2010, the $18 million Meeker Elementary School was closed to students and staff in August 2011 […]
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DINOSAUR I With the holidays approaching, thousands of bird watchers are preparing to take to field and forest for the longest-running citizen science project in American history.
RANGELY I The Panther wrestling team traveled to Duchesne, Utah, last week and competed in a dual against the Eagles. Due to forfeits the dual was a good test of individual performance.
MEEKER I “It was a good week for Hardy,” Meeker wrestling coach J.C. Watt said of senior Justin Hardy who won the 170-pound bracket last Saturday in Kremmling. Hayden won the team title, which featured […]
Rangely junior Holly Lepro takes a shot during a game against Vail Christian last week. The lady Panthers won 35-31.
MEEKER I Former Meeker Airport manager Gary Coulter was surprised when Rick Stednitz of the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) Safety Team showed up in Meeker to honor the retired pilot and aviation mechanic with the […]
Meeker’s head wrestling coach J.C. Watt has been asking former Meeker wrestlers to speak to his team about ways the lessons learned in wrestling have helped them later in life.
RANGELY I The two winning students of the month are in third and first grade respectively. Both students received a slushee certificate from Kum & Go or a choice from the Panther Treasure box.
MEEKER I Dubbed ‘the toughest tournament in the United States,’ the Reno Tournament of Champions gave University of Wyoming Cowboy wrestler Joe LeBlanc his first loss of his senior season.
RANGELY I Since 1979, The Ronald McDonald House in Denver, Colo., has been a home away from home for families with children receiving medical care.