Meeker High School Principal Jeremy Voytko, left, presents the Quigg Newton Award to Amanda Kendall and Lathrop Hughes. The Quigg Newton Award goes to a senior boy and girl based on honesty, respect for others, cooperation with fellow students and adults, good attitude toward work and activity assignments, willingness to accept and carry out responsibilities, efforts to improve self and school, courtesy and exemplifies the qualities listed above. Newton was Denver mayor from 1947 to 1954, was unsuccessful in a Democratic senatorial bid and he retired as University of Colorado president in 1962. He was described as energetic, innovative and progressive in the reforms accomplished as mayor and university president. Among the scholarships and awards presented, Pioneers Medical Center presented three scholarships: to Taylor Bair for $1,000, Brandon and Addy Aven Scholarship to Alex Smith for $500 and Vern Bowman Scholarship to Perye Walter for $500.
MEEKER I The Meeker Chamber of Commerce and the newly founded Friends of the FFA joined together to provide a fun-filled evening for the community on May 21.
Play in Denver this weekend MEEKER — Fifteen members of the Meeker High School basketball program traveled to Alamosa for a team camp at Adams State College June 11-14. The Cowboys will take a team […]
MEEKER I The Meeker FFA Chapter hosted its local creed contest on Nov. 9. Fifteen students enrolled in Mrs. Smith’s introduction to agricultural science and technology class presented the FFA Creed in an intensely competitive […]