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 Cub Scout packs 189 and 191, chartered by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, recently held a pack meeting honoring three Cub Scouts who earned their Arrow of Light. Related
The volunteers at the Rangely Food Bank would like to say thank you for all of the donations over the last year. Related
RANGELY | Rangely High School’s National Honor Society had a toy drive to benefit the Starlight Children’s Foundation. Collection bins were placed at local businesses in Rangely. Related