Marlena Miller of Rangely participated in the Western Conference Finals in Denver, a junior dragster event only. “She had great time and learned a lot,” said her father, Ed, of her first season racing. Jeremy Ahrens finished ninth with 420 points. Wade Rusher finished 25th with 140 points. His son Justin Rusher, 8, made several races. Ed Miller finished third with 460 points and Jerry LeBleu finished 13th and won the Bill Rainey Sportsman of the Year Award.
We are so fortunate to have tremendous history in our communities, stories of triumph in hard times and a sense of pride in Rio Blanco County. One tradition that has lasted the test of time […]
RANGELY | CNCC President Ron Granger has agreed to be the speaker for the next Community Networking Meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 20 in the Weiss Conference Room from noon-1:30 p.m. Granger will give insight on […]
The Rangely Panther wrestling team was in Meeker this past weekend. Twenty-five Panther wrestlers competed in the Casey Turner Memorial tournament and 18 placed in the top four. The team has shown signs of improvement […]