RANGELY | In a letter from the First Presidency of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Kent G. Roberts was called to the office of bishop for the Rangely 1st Ward. He and his two counselors, Bob Kissling and Joe Nielsen, were sustained by a vote from the congregation on Father’s Day. Bishop Dan Gibbs and his counselors, Mark Byers and Clayton Gohr, also spoke. Bishop Gibbs had served as Bishop since September 2004.
Senator Jean White, R-Winter Park, sponsored House Bill 1275,which creates a Colorado Wildlife Sporting license plate to promote hunting and fishing in Colorado. Related
Carl Brian Rector April 23, 1941~Nov. 12, 2010 Carl Brian Rector was born on April 23, 1941, to the late Jay and Stella Rector in Redding, Calif. He peacefully joined the kingdom of heaven on […]
Rangely High School was the site for the Panther Invitational wrestling tournament held last Saturday. Wrestlers from Rangely, Meeker, Rifle, New Castle, Parachute, Hotchkiss, Loma, Moffat County, Hayden, Vernal and Roosevelt attended the event. Related