RANGELY I The needs haven’t changed. If anything, they have increased. That’s why the leaders of a moms’ support group decided to keep all of their efforts — and money — local.
Some actors really know how to get into a role. Caleb Dodds agreed to have his head shaved in order to play Oliver “Daddy” Warbucks in Saturday’s performances of “Annie Jr.”
RANGELY I Even though the Panthers didn’t win a game, they had some outstanding individual performances. Rangely finished the football season with an 0-9 record, but senior running back/linebacker Cole Barlow’s efforts were noticed by […]
Profession, passions keep Meeker’s Ed Coryell on the go MEEKER I Rancher. Branding inspector. School board member. Fair board president. Youth sports referee. Yes, Ed Coryell likes to keep busy. “I don’t know how he […]
RANGELY I Win the Western Slope League championship. Check. Win the district tournament. Check. Win the regional tournament. Check. Next on the Lady Panther’s to-do list — win the state volleyball tournament. “Our first goal […]
Rod Harris was a cop. He didn’t consider himself a writer. “Are you kidding me?” said Harris, who grew up in Rangely and returned in 2006 after his retirement from the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police […]