RANGELY I Colorado Northwestern Community College’s Rector Building renovation, which includes a 120-seat lecture hall expansion, is on schedule and on budget, facilities director John Bottelberghe said last week. The Rector Sciences Building, with naming rights still up for grabs for the state-of-the-art lecture hall, is slated for a March 19 finish by Grand Junction […]
RANGELY I Rangely Christmasfest activities kicked off this week, with the main events this Friday and Saturday. This year’s “Candyland-themed Christmas,” put on by the Western Rio Blanco Metropolitan Recreation and Park District (WRBM), began with a scavenger hunt Tuesday and ramps up Friday with free gingerbread man decorating from 10 to 10:45 a.m. at […]
RANGELY I It was only a matter of time before metal artist Kyle Stewart’s creations became a family affair. The 24-year-old, who works for family business Stewart Welding and whose metal sculptures can be seen in public spaces and private residences around Rangely, has taken on a full-fledged partner in his latest endeavor: his wife, […]
A new shop for Rangely’s JJ’s Tire and Automotive will open for business sometime in December, owner James Woodall said. JJ’s, located in the former NAPA Auto Parts building on East Main Street for the last two years, will operate from a 4,300-square-foot, four-bay shop across the street from the current location.
RANGELY I In the coming weeks and months, Rangely District Hospital hopes to offer what it’s been short on for the better part of a year: continuity. In December, Dr. Mercedes Cameron took leave to be treated for breast cancer. Then, after extended absences beginning in February, Dr. Chris Adams resigned from the hospital in […]
Master carver Ron Eye has completed these three sculptures for Colorado Northwestern Community College, including a petroglyph wall and a flowering bench (below) and a signature Spartan (above). The sculptures resulted from collaborations between CNCC employees and students and will be placed around campus as part of a larger effort
DINOSAUR I Sometimes getting help can be the stimulus to pay it forward down the line. That’s what happened to Dinosaur resident Valerie Page, who left Rapid City, S.D, in February with 17-year-old daughter Makayla to come to Colorado. The circumstances of their move forced them to arrive in Dinosaur with almost nothing.