MEEKER — A recent survey of 12 entities that provide public services revealed that six of those entities need to invest in major capital improvements within the next five years.
n Totally Tone and Xtreme Kick participants please note there will be no class on Feb. 28 and Feb. 29. Instructors will be out of town for training.
MEEKER — The Meeker Streaker took our area seniors on the following January trips:
MEEKER — The Scrapbooking Club is meeting and working in full force. This 4-H club was dubiously named “The Dizzy Decorators” at the first meeting Jan. 23. They also elected officers: Emily Eliasen, president; Nicole […]
MEEKER — To ring in the new year, Meeker’s FCCLA chapter visited Walbridge Wing residents to make some delicious treats Jan. 2.
MEEKER — The turnout was fabulous for speaker Amy Dillon’s presentation to Meeker School District’s accountability committees and interested staff. Dillon, from the Rocky Mountain Center for Health Promotion and Education (RMC), gave a “nuts […]
MEEKER — The chamber of commerce was pleased to assist Rio Blanco Masonic Lodge No. 80 AF&AM celebrate the completion of renovations to the exterior of the lodge.
MEEKER — In unfinished business, Meeker’s Board of Trustees re-opened a public hearing for the proposed Escondido subdivision. After the initial Jan. 17 hearing, property owners Regas and Pegge Halandras withdrew the original design amid […]
MEEKER — Sunday Feb. 3 kept officers and rescue crews busy with several accidents that shut down the highways near Meeker.
MEEKER — The Meeker Elementary School students lost their marbles Feb 4.
MEEKER — You’ve got a week to get it together for Valentine’s Day.
MEEKER — Alden and Anita Brownlee have been a part of agriculture in northeastern Colorado since 1975. Throughout the years, Alden drove trucks during sugar beet harvest, worked cattle during calving season and ran cattle […]