Rangely Future Business Leaders of America traveled to Colorado Mesa University for their District 9 competition. Sixteen of the 17 members qualified for state. All FBLA members will compete at the state competition in April. Raelynn Norman: second place in public speaking; Kaylee Mecham: third place in public speaking; Marlena Miller: first place in help desk; McKenzie Webber: second place in help desk; Rebecca Gillard: second in graphic design; Patrick Scoggins: first in publication design; Phalanx Osborne: first in client services; Alexis Wiley: second place in client services; Breanne Baker: first place in ag business; Savannah Nielson: second place in word processing; Linsley Morrill: fourth place in word processing, Jayde Trembley: first place in FBLA principles and procedures; Paityn Myers: second place in FBLA principles and procedures; Tasha Teal and Sarah Conner: seconnd place in business presentation; Savannah Neilson and Breanne Baker: first in public service announcement.
RANGELY | The date of Rangely High School’s spring concert has been moved to Tuesday, May 9, at 7 p.m. We are still looking for community members who would like to play with us. The […]
RANGELY I Rangely High School senior Tessa Slagle, one of two Colorado delegates chosen for the 2014 U.S. Senate Youth Program (USSYP), returned last month from “Washington Week,” part of a national initiative aimed at […]
By Bobby Gutierrez email@example.com Rangely I After a 42-18 pounding of the Del Norte Tigers last Friday, the Rangely High School football team is now 2-0 and they will play another home game on Yaeger […]