RANGELY | Peter and Colleen Brixius find Rangely to “fit how we view ourselves; it is a lot like ourselves with real Western values.”
MEEKER I “The kid participation was up and the adult participation was down a little, but it was still a great event,” ERBM Recreation and Parks District coordinator Nicole Dupire said of the annual Road […]
MEEKER I Colorado’s not-for-profit electric cooperatives are deeply disappointed that Gov. Jon Hickenlooper chose to sign Senate Bill 13-252, which doubles cooperative renewable energy mandates with no additional time for compliance and raises electric rates […]
James Lynn Sullivan, a long-time resident of the Meeker area, passed away on March 13, 2013. Mr. Sullivan was born in Hayden, Colo., and attended school in Meeker, graduating from Meeker High School in 1952.
EDITOR’S NOTE: The following letter is a thank you note to Stephanie Kahler, who taught an advanced creative writing class in Rangely, from student Phalon Osborn, who will be in seventh grade come fall. Osborn […]
RANGELY I Nine Rangely Hurricanes swam in Aspen on Saturday and Sunday and finished in the middle of the field as a team but returned with two individual high-point trophies.
RANGELY I Ten teams entered the annual Rangely Elks Scramble Golf Tournament on Saturday at Cedar Ridges Golf Course, benefiting the local fraternal organization and in preparation for the Rio Blanco County Cup to be […]
RANGELY I Four elementary-geared courses in CNCC’s College For Kids program nearly doubled their attendance compared to last summer’s turnout, CNCC community education coordinator Angie Miller said.