Dear Editor: This time last year, while digging potatoes with my kids at Rangely Community Gardens, my children and I were amazed as we watched sustenance emerge from the ground.
RANGELY I Rangely’s first Harvest Bowls Festival drew approximately 200 people to Rangely Community Gardens on Thursday, netting more than $7,000 for four local non-profit groups and one global relief organization.
Over the last four months, potter Elizabeth Robinson Wiley and studio mate Julia Davis have crafted more than 200 bowls for this month’s Harvest Bowls Festival.
RANGELY I Picnic tables and a smattering of chairs create a rustic treasure hunt among rows of sky-high corn and beets. Music filters through the warm evening air. Sunlight glints off pots full of savory […]
RANGELY I When ceramic artist Elizabeth Robinson Wiley moved to Rangely 10 years ago, she had little idea how the community’s life would integrate with her own.
♦ Ace Trucking of Rangely entered the 2013 Coed League tournament undefeated and the No. 1 seed, but lost in the semifinals, forcing them to come back and defeat the defending champs, Rangely True Value […]
RANGELY I Just because John Payne worked at a restaurant for almost 15 years before owning one himself doesn’t mean he knew what he was in for in Rangely.
Classifieds: Nov. 28, 2013