DINOSAUR | Push America’s Journey of Hope, consisting of 35 college student bicyclists from across the United States, arrived in Dinosaur on July 1. The women from Dinosaur Baptist Church fed the bikers and their lead-car drivers a big dinner before the group spent the night in the Dinosaur School gym. This is an annual event for the Journey of Hope, which always stops in Dinosaur for a home-cooked meal. The purpose of the cross-country cycling event is to encourage disability awareness.
RANGELY | The rabies clinic will be Saturday, April 17 from 1-4 p.m. at the Rangely Fire Hall (after the health fair). All shots and microchipping will be at reduced prices. Related
RANGELY I Budgeting can be a challenge, but especially in a down economy. “There was a lot more back and forth in terms of getting a balanced budget this year, due to the shortfall, primarily, […]
RANGELY I Rangely Chamber of Commerce’s December meeting has been moved to Dec. 16. It will be held in the Johnson banquet room at 12 noon. We will be electing new officers for the Chamber […]