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DAYS GONE BY: July 1, 2021

July 5, 2021 Herald Times Staff 0

The Meeker Herald125 years ago A large number of horsemen are here from outside points and some interesting races are being looked for today. A circus came to town with a trained bear and a […]

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DAYS GONE BY: June 17, 2021

June 18, 2021 Herald Times Staff 0

The Meeker Herald125 years ago Dry, hot, and dusty weather still holds the platform. The first story of the Meeker Hotel is now complete. The Meeker Herald100 years ago The White River rose 16 inches […]

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Days Gone By: Jun 3, 2021

June 5, 2021 Herald Times Staff 0

The Meeker Herald125 years ago Ground will soon be broken for the Odd Fellows hall. An additional force of bricklayers was put to work on the Meeker hotel and walls are now going up rapidly. […]

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Days Gone By: May 6, 2021

May 5, 2021 Herald Times Staff 0

The Meeker Herald  | 125 years ago • The North Side and South Side cattle round-up are meeting next week according to captains Lee Peterson and Clarence Lamb. • Wind! Dust! More wind and dust. […]

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Days Gone By: April 8, 2021

April 9, 2021 Herald Times Staff 0

The Meeker Herald125 years ago New grass is starting to make a showing. The annual town financial statement shows Meeker’s finances to be in a healthy condition. The Old Fellows of Meeker will soon start […]

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DAYS GONE BY: March 18, 2021

March 18, 2021 Herald Times Staff 0

The Meeker Herald125 years ago Celebrations will take place this week in honors of St. Patricks’s Day. I. G. Mitchell is supervising the building of the new hotel, which is moving at a steady pace. […]

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Days Gone By: March 11, 2021

March 14, 2021 Herald Times Staff 0

The Meeker Herald125 years ago The other day, a telegram was sent to Meeker from President Cleveland. It read, “We have 500 cowpunchers, ready at your call, for a fight with the ‘cigarettos.’ Reserve the […]

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Days Gone By: March 4, 2021

March 4, 2021 Herald Times Staff 0

The Meeker Herald125 years ago The Dreifuss ranch, which was previously owned by W. F. Dendy, was sold to H. S. Harp for under five thousand dollars. The proceeds of the New Castle relief ball […]

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