The ice tower that is built annually on the Colorado Northwestern Community College campus in Rangely is slowly approaching its summit as the water and cold temperatures combine to make the solid ice. The tower is studied for weather’s effect on ice making, but when it is complete, the outdoor leadership classes use it for climbing, rappelling and other outdoor purposes.
RANGELY I Several Rangely residents left town square on Saturday warmer than when they arrived.
RANGELY I Ryan and Robyn Wilson joined the staff of Colorado Northwestern Community College in Rangely in March. Ryan splits his time between instructional technology and teaching students in history and computer technology while Robyn […]
RANGELY I In the rush and hurry of everyday life, it can be easy to forget. Only rarely do most of us think about the millions of Jewish people and millions more who, for their […]