RANGELY | The newest exhibit on display at the Rangely Museum is an Apatosaurus femur bone, donated by Glen Sutton of Skull Creek, Colo. The Sutton family, formerly of Rangely, will be at the museum to answer questions during an Open House next Saturday, June 25, from 1-3 p.m.
The Rangely Museum has a critical situation that involves replacing the roofs on the Chevron Recreation Building and the Chevron Camp House. Related
RANGELY | Arrest your friends, co-workers, family, etc., on Sept. 4 for $2. Or buy a stay-out–of-jail card for $5. It’s $3 to bail yourself out and $2 to bail someone else out. The fun […]
During Septemberfest in Rangely over the Labor Day weekend, the Rangely Museum held its annual ice cream social on Sunday as well as unveiled its new hand-painted, non-stencil sign, done by noted local artist Tabitha […]