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.
RANGELY I The Lady Panthers were kind of stuck last week. Stuck on 52, anyway. In its first of three games last week, Rangely scored almost 52 points in a 51-48 win Jan. 19 over […]
RBC I Preschoolers learn best through hands-on sensory experiences. They discover the principle of cause and effect, develop hand-eye coordination skills and practice fine and large motor skills.