Dear Editor: What a good idea! Wouldn’t it be great to turn on the TV and hear any U.S. president, Democrat or Republican, give the following speech?
At this month’s 4-H swine meeting, April 17, veterinarian Stacy Hudelson talked to us about vaccinations for our animals.
Twenty-two delegates from Meeker High School were present among the 1,000 members, advisers, alumni and guests of Colorado Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) gathered at the Denver Tech Marriott from April 7-9 […]
The continued popularity of television’s “Antiques Roadshow” demonstrates how many people squirrel their family treasures away.
Why do we all complain about the weather? Maybe it’s because there’s nothing else to complain about around here! Fortunately, winter (and Colorado springtime) are a lot like childbirth: quickly forgotten when the pain finally […]
Longtime Barone Middle School teacher Greg Chintala will give the commencement address for the 2011 graduation ceremonies May 28.
Aspen Steele would like to announce the arrival of her baby brother, Marshall Alan Henson.
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM), in conjunction with other agencies within the Department of the Interior, will waive recreation-related fees for visitors to the National System of Public Lands
When the Rangely High School Class of 2011 graduates next month, two long-time Rangely educators will commence their retirement. Jeff Miller and Mary Lansing have been teachers or administrators for a combined 61 years.
“Endeavor to persevere,” said Lone Watie, the Indian character in the 1976 movie “The Outlaw Josey Wales.”
Your Rangely Chamber of Commerce is still working hard to promote business locally and throughout Western Colorado and Eastern Utah.