RANGELY — Rowdy Worm, the annual after prom celebration held at Rangely High School, celebrates its 20th year. Rowdy Worm will once again provide a safe alternative to typical prom night parties April 26 at […]
RANGELY — In conjunction with the Countryside Veterinarian Clinic and the Rangely Police Department, the Rangely Animal Shelter will be sponsoring its yearly rabies clinic April 19 in the parking lot behind the sheriff’s office.
RANGELY — Each year a select few young individuals are nominated to participate in a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Melanie Hayes is one of those individuals.
4H poultry, rabbit club meets MEEKER — The Meeker 4-H Poultry and Rabbit Club had a meeting on March 12. Leader Bonnie Coryell was present as well as Julia Keeler, Maggie Phelan, Sydney Hughes and […]
RANGELY — Gracie Lee Blagg is March’s child of the month. Gracie Lee was born Oct. 10, 2004.
RANGELY — The Rangely Special Olympics basketball team traveled to Lakewood on March 21-22 to compete at the Special Olympics State Basketball tournament at the Gold Crown Field House.
RANGELY — Dan Gibbs has been named the artist of the month by the Rangely Arts Council and the Rangely Public Library.
RANGELY — To better serve the needs of the area’s children, the Northwest Colorado Council for Children and Families will spearhead the drive to consolidate services and find ways to streamline their processes.
RANGELY — The winter assistance relief management (W.A.R.M.) will be holding its final meeting of the season on April 9.
RANGELY — Just one visit can change your life. That’s what you may experience when you attend the 9Health Fair on April 19.
RANGELY — What kind of man works in the same place for 40 years? Stanley “Stan” Rasmussen of Rangely is that kind of guy.