Arrow of Light…

Kenyon Cochrane in Pack 191 with his mother, Des Cochrane.

Letter to the Editor: Thanks to Rangely for supporting The TANK

Dear Editor: Dear Rangely community, we are so grateful for your support of The TANK during our recent Kickstarter campaign. Because the people of Rangely joined backers from 18 countries and all over the United States, we were able to exceed our goal and make our dream a reality.

Eskelson re-elected chair of Associated Governments of Northwestern Colorado

Jeff Eskelson

RBC I Associated Governments of Northwestern Colorado (AGNC) elected officers and board members for 2016 at the regularly scheduled board meeting. AGNC members include local county and municipal government entities for Garfield, Mesa, Moffat, Rio Blanco and Routt counties.

Spring recital…


Last Sunday 18 of Rangely’s youth came together to tickle the ivories for family and friends at their annual spring recital. Piano teachers Carol Morton and Andrea Gianinetti were well represented by students ranging from 5 to 16 years old. 

Community Counts gains visibility in area


RBC I Community Counts Colorado is a 501c3 non-profit organization established to connect the energy and extraction industries and the community through responsive, open communication.

Letter to the Editor: Changes to Medicare billing at PMC

Dear Editor: This is an important letter to inform Medicare patients about a change in the Medicare Billing Process. Pioneers Medical Center diligently works with Medicare to get patient claims filed and paid. We strive to keep patients apprised of their account status.

New golf course manager in Meeker

Becky Ridings

MEEKER I The new golf course manager, Becky Ridings, keeps it in the family, taking over for her brother Scott Bowman, who managed the course last year.

Outdoor education…


Rangely High School’s Outdoor Education class put the skills they’ve been developing to the test during a two-night trip to Moab, Utah. Students camped, cooked and saw some of the sights. Before earning the trip students had to spend time in class learning how to plan, prepare and cook meals over a campfire, hiking and […]

Rangely Junior High track…


Rangely Junior High School track team hosted its annual invitational this past weekend in the windy and cool conditions that spring has delivered this year. Student athletes traveled from Craig, Steamboat, Hayden, Meeker, Soroco and Baggs, Wyo., to represent their schools in competitions at the 6th, 7th and 8th grade level. There were many fine […]

Letter to the Editor: Thanks for McCollum

Dear Editor: I work as a Recreation Supervisor for the City of Craig Parks and Recreation Department. Last fall I spoke with Coach McCollum about doing a baseball clinic in Craig.

From the Superintendent: MSD defines security plan

MEEKER I While getting to know the Meeker community during the past several months, many of you have frequently heard me comment that student learning is the number one goal for a school system. Given that student learning will always be goal No. 1, student safety is goal 1A.

Rangely track team overcomes hurdles to set school, personal records

RANGELY I Rangely tracksters woke up early Friday to compete in Montrose for their meet this week. Bleary eyed that morning, few could’ve guessed what was in store for the day. Some records were broken, some medals were earned and some bus problems appeared.