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.
RBC I Although most 4-H clubs won’t begin project work until next year, enrolling your child in 4-H now comes with some benefits.
RANGELY I Approximately 65 students and dozens of parents turned out for Parkview Elementary School’s inaugural Lego Club meeting in the school gymnasium on Oct. 15.
RANGELY I From Bertie Bott’s Every Flavor Beans to a potions class and Quidditch games, this Friday’s “A Night At Hogwarts” event promises an evening that Rangely families won’t soon forget.
RANGELY I Five candidates vying for two Rangely School District RE-4 school board positions discussed government control of education and the district’s challenges and strengths, among other topics, at a Meet the Candidates forum sponsored by the Rangely Community Education Association (RCEA) on Oct. 9.
RANGELY I As Rangely resident Barb Chism, her family and their friends gathered on Grand Avenue on Oct. 4, the morning after an early fall snowstorm wreaked havoc on the area’s trees and power system, their goal was simple: to get the Chism’s yard cleaned up, then move on to the neighbors’ yards on the […]