How mail-in ballots work

June 25, 2018 Jen Hill 0

RBC | Now that primary election ballots have been signed, sealed, delivered and counted some may be left wondering what happens to those official orange and white envelopes after you pop them back into the […]


County Beat: June 14, 2018

June 24, 2018 Jen Hill 0

LAI Audit Cody Crooks, Rio Blanco County Communications Director, told commissioners Monday they need a new auditor to complete the LAI audit, as the county auditor is uncomfortable auditing a private company. The board is […]


Explore your artistic side at new studio

June 22, 2018 Jen Hill 0

RANGELY | This week Rangely will welcome a new business enterprise where both kids and adults can get in touch with their artistic side. Makerspace, owned by local artist Elizabeth Wiley, holds regular business hours […]


Energy, wolves, water top Rangely agenda

June 17, 2018 Jen Hill 0

RANGELY | Enefit American Oil Support The council approved a letter of support for the Final Environmental Impact Statement from Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke’s office to extend utility lines across BLM in multiple locations to carry […]


Q&A: McKale Pennell

June 16, 2018 Jen Hill 0

RANGELY | Class of 2014 Rangely High graduate McKale Pennell is looking for ways to help improve her hometown through the creation of the Rangely Volunteer Program, a group of individuals seeking local volunteer opportunities. As […]


Ready for Rain

June 15, 2018 Jen Hill 0

As early season wildfires engulf huge swaths of the San Juans, ranchers in Rio Blanco County battle other side effects of drought conditions RBC | While Rio Blanco County may not yet register high enough on […]

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