Neither the confidence nor the spirit of Sweetbriar owners Gary and Kathy Staley of Rangely, nor a Broncos-themed parade down Rangely’s Main Street on Sunday afternoon, could help the Broncos as the Seattle Seahawks trounced Denver 43-8 in Super Bowl XLVIII on Sunday evening. The Broncos had a great season, posting a 15-3 record through the playoffs, but the No. 1 NFL offense of all time came up short against a stingy Seattle defense.
RANGELY I Starting today, Rangely’s Heritage Building and Home Center will begin liquidating its store inventory with plans to close its doors next month. Related
RANGELY I When ceramic artist Elizabeth Robinson Wiley moved to Rangely 10 years ago, she had little idea how the community’s life would integrate with her own. Related
A new shop for Rangely’s JJ’s Tire and Automotive will open for business sometime in December, owner James Woodall said. JJ’s, located in the former NAPA Auto Parts building on East Main Street for the […]