Williams Pipeline’s Day of Caring helps Rangely Community Gardens

RANGELY I Last summer, 9-year-old Adywen Meeks grew her first vegetables and flowers in a four-by-four foot plot at Rangely Children’s Garden.

Youth wrestlers from 10 area teams begin season in Rangely

RANGELY I On April 4, 368 wrestlers from 10 teams, including 100 participants from Rangely and Meeker, joined in the Northwest Colorado Wrestling League’s first tournament of the year at the Rangely Junior-Senior High School.

Former coach honored at Rangely Youth Wrestling Tournament

RANGELY I At first, the Rangely Youth Wrestling Tournament felt like any other kickoff to the youth wrestling season.

Rangely, county sharing dispatch duties for town

RBC I Losing three of a police department’s dispatchers, two of them in a 45-day period, is a challenge no department wants to face. In February, that is exactly what happened to the Rangely Police Department when two dispatchers found other positions and a third was dismissed.

Pennies for Parkview…

Man dies from gunshot wound

RANGELY I A Rangely area man died following an accidental gunshot wound Thursday afternoon, according to the Rio Blanco County Sheriff’s Office.

Rangely memorial blood drive Friday

RANGELY I Each year has something to teach Ian and Kathy Kottenstette.

Who’s there?

RDH funding issues aren’t uncommon

RANGELY I Rangely District Hospital’s recent financial woes mirror those of hundreds of rural hospitals struggling to absorb hits from mandatory federal regulations, health provider shortages and decreased patient volumes, hospital administrators said last week.

Rangely Racquetball Tourney draws largest local crowd in event history

RANGELY I The highest local participation the Rangely Racquetball Tournament has ever seen highlighted last weekend’s event at the Western Rio Blanco Metropolitan (WRBM) Recreation Center.

Winning weight lifter…

Chautauqua show revives past, brings Black History Month to life

RANGELY I As he spoke, there were moments I forgot he wasn’t Civil War-era abolitionist Frederick Douglass. It shouldn’t have been hard to remember. The modern-day camera resting comfortably in my hands, the iPhone app recording his words should have been reminder enough. There were anachronisms, too, like the wireless microphone he held and the […]