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Town honors Becky Dubbert

May 17, 2018 Jennifer Hill 0

By JEN HILL jen@theheraldtimes.com RANGELY | This week Colorado Northwestern Community College honored the life and contributions of long time employee Becky Dubbert by dedicating a bench on the Rangely campus in her honor. Dubbert, […]

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Rangely council splits vote on judge

May 10, 2018 Jennifer Hill 0

RANGELY | Tuesday the Rangely Town Council reappointed a variety of town positions and addressed conflict of interest concerns surrounding the reappointment of Municipal Judge Karen Wilczek, wife of Police Chief Vince Wilczek. Mayor Andy […]

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FFA Banquet …

May 6, 2018 Jennifer Hill 0

Les Mergelman performed auctioneer duties at Saturday’s Rangely FFA banquet. The FFA auctioned off a variety of metal and wood creations made by students. JEN HILL PHOTO

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Bowflex donated to fire hall

May 1, 2018 Jennifer Hill 0

RANGELY | Rangely local Kelvin White was the lucky winner of a new Bowflex PR3000 home gym exercise machine from the Rangely District Hospital’s Annual Health Fair. Despite his excitement at finally winning something White said […]

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Nuclear Abolition …

May 1, 2018 Jennifer Hill 0

Katsuhiro Sasagaki, or Sasa, (left) and Alan Henke (right) pose next to a display board at Saturday’s Nuclear Abolition event at CNCC in Rangely. Sasa, a Japanese foreign exchange student and Henke, secretary of the […]

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Will algae study benefit Rangely?

April 29, 2018 Jennifer Hill 0

RANGELY | Tuesday the Rangely Town Council swore in three new trustees and Mayor Andy Shaffer, and unanimously appointed Andy Key as Mayor Pro Tem. Following extensive discussion, the new board agreed to table a contribution […]

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RDA talks call center, grocery co-op

April 28, 2018 Jennifer Hill 0

RANGELY | Last Thursday County Commissioner Jeff Rector told the Rangely Development Authority the county will gift a car to CNCC for courtesy use at the airport. The town offered to help with any maintenance. Chairman […]

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Should county officials be term-limited?

April 26, 2018 Jennifer Hill 1

RBC | At a county commissioner meeting earlier this month Meeker resident Mike Sizemore encouraged the commissioners to consider placing the issue of local term limits on the fall ballot. His suggestion has prompted a county […]

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Clarification on SROs

April 23, 2018 Jennifer Hill 0

RBC | Following the recent school shootings, discussions about how to best protect students in Rio Blanco schools have occurred in a variety of public meetings. The idea of instituting a School Resource Officer (SRO) in […]

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