Please join us to celebrate three significant developments of the Milk Creek Battlefield Park on the 140th anniversary of the battle on Saturday, Sept. 28 beginning at 11:30 a.m. at the Milk Creek Battlefield Park. There will be a presentation of the colors by the VFW, dedication of the new signage, celebration of the life and contributions of Joe Sullivan to the Park, and a presentation of how the monument to the Ute warriors came to be and its significance by Robert Chapoose. For more information please call the White River Museum at 970-878-9982.
MEEKER I As parents and grandparents, it falls to us to be caretakers of the next generations. Once you are a mom, you are always a mom, ditto grandma. When our kids visit us, we […]
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