DINOSAUR I To drivers in a hurry to consume the arid
RANGELY I A baby jumper frames a pile of rotting roof shingles. Discarded Christmas décor lies scattered among decaying air mattresses and long-dead branches. Office chairs and sofas jut from the clutter in awkward angles like some bizarre rendition of feng shui.
RANGELY I Each week, the Cell Phones for Soldiers program mails approximately 12,000 calling cards to veterans at home and soldiers overseas. Each card provides veterans and troops 2-1/2 hours of talk time with family and friends.
RBC I This weekend, Rio Blanco County residents watched aerialists spin overhead, a draft horse thundering alongside a miniature pony and a lion named Francis showing some serious attitude. What viewers may not have realized was that they were watching an art form that, while increasingly rare in the United States, is still very much […]
RANGELY I The Western Rio Blanco Metropolitan Recreation and Park District (WRBM) ramped up its Fourth of July offerings for the second year running, coming away with definite winners and plans to change timing details in the future.
RANGELY I Last month kicked off Governor John Hickenlooper’s commission to engage Coloradans in a statewide branding effort that aims to
RANGELY I I haven’t been the parent of school-aged children for long. As of this fall, I’ll be the mom of a kindergartner and a first-grader. I’m still negotiating the learning curve to understand what kids and teachers need from me at school. There are permission slips to remember and
RANGELY I The Rangely Board of Education named Matt Scoggins the next RE-4 district superintendent Friday after a hiring process that lasted more than a month narrowed the field to two candidates, Scoggins and Paul Jebe of La Junta, Colo.
RANGELY I Participants can sign up now for the Rangely Color Run 5K Fun Run/Walk to benefit New Eden Pregnancy Care Services. The Color Run begins at 9:30 a.m. on July 6 at the Early Education Center green space at 402 W. Main St.
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.