The Rangely 4-H Community Council members visit the Eagle Crest Assisted Living facility once a month and alternate between playing Bingo with the residents and making seasonal crafts. This group enjoyed making Easter crafts together. (Left to right) Leon Whitney, Shauna Lapp, Paityn Myers, AJ Garner, Kacie Lapp, Samantha Lapp, Wilford Ingram, Del Garner, Racheal Palmer, and Phalon Osborn. Not pictured were Caitlyn Ducey and Bransen Shelton. Thanks to all the participants who make these visits possible. The next Eagle Crest 4-H visit is Monday, May 2 at 3:55 p.m. All 4-H and Cloverbud members are encouraged to attend. Hope to see you there.
RANGELY I As the weather turns colder, the warmth of family and friends that make our communities special. Rangely is a town, young in official incorporation, old in terms of known oil fields in the […]
RANGELY I Not only did the Panthers beat county rival Meeker, they won the league championship at the same time. Rangely routed the Cowboys in two games Saturday — 21-13 and 25-9. But, most importantly, […]
The Meeker Herald — 120 years ago April 4, 1890 • Settlers on the North Fork are very anxious about the proposed road from the mouth of Big Beaver to Pot Hole. Related