RANGELY — Colorado Northwestern Community College announced the creation of the W.C. Striegel Engineering Center at the Rangely campus.
RANGELY — Blue Mountain Inn and Suites will soon open its doors to the public, ushering in the latest of conveniences for tourists, the itinerant workforce and local residents as well.
RANGELY — The Rangely Human Resource Council has been operating in Rangely for more than 20 years. Its members come from a variety of backgrounds and are united in the purpose of alleviating poverty, enhancing […]
By Jeff T. Miller Special to the Herald Times RANGELY — The Rangely High School Bridge Building team continued its tradition of success at the Professional Engineers of Colorado state model bridge contest with a […]
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RANGELY — The Rangely Arts Council and the Rangely Public Library are pleased to present Christine Y. Smith as the artist of the month for March.
RANGELY — The Rangely FFA chapter has been keeping busy this year. In its second year as a chartered organization, the chapter’s officers have been planning and organizing.
RANGELY — Grant J. Earl, general manager/CEO of Moon Lake Electric, reported that the cooperative recently held two district nominating meetings to receive director candidate nominations for upcoming director elections.
RANGELY — Many of Rangely’s community organizations led by boards of directors are going to be holding elections to place new members.
RANGELY — The Rangely 4-H Makin’ Bacon Swine Club held its fist meeting of the year on Jan. 30 at 6 p.m. The club has a total of 25 members, including five new members.
RANGELY — Jacob Roberts has been called to the Chile Antofagasta Mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.