Rangely Food Bank president Darlene Fellers and volunteer Linda Bovee were presented with a check for $1,100 and several boxes of food from Doug Johnson, vice president of Adolfson & Peterson, the general contractor for the new Rangely District Hospital, with RDH CEO Nick Goshe. Johnson said his company raises funds and conducts food drives in all the towns they have projects in.
Rangely District Hospital CEO Nick Goshe said the dirt work for the new hospital is almost complete and contractors have begun drilling and pouring the caissons for the foundation. Related
RANGELY — Jason McCormick and Rangely District Hospital have parted ways. A separation agreement was reached last Thursday, said Jack Rich, chairman of the RDH board of directors. McCormick had been CEO of the hospital […]
RANGELY I A breast-feeding support group cosponsored by the Rio Blanco County Women, Infant and Children (WIC) office and Rangely District Hospital (RDH) held its first meeting last week for expectant and nursing mothers in […]