Workers hone details on the exterior of W.C. Striegel’s new office building, scheduled for completion by Thanksgiving or shortly thereafter, controller Teri Wilczek said. Employees are slated to move in after furniture arrives in mid-December. The three-story stucco building, located west of Rangely off of Highway 64, will feature an elevator and a safety center that can seat close to 50 people. The building overlooks the company’s current office, built in 1976 and scheduled for demolition as soon as weather allows. Wilczek said the company will host an open house for the community sometime after the new year.
RBC I It’s not every day that young adults leave our small towns to further their educations and then return to open their own businesses. However, that is just what Rangely’s Aimee Hernandez has done.
Dear Editor: Peggy Rector’s letter in last week’s Herald Times was timely in the sense that Tax Incentives for Qualifying Businesses is exactly what the town trustees and mayor look to consider for further support.
RANGELY I Rangely’s fifth annual Shop ‘N’ Dine program, which ran through the month of November and ended Dec. 2, gave out approximately 10 percent more in voucher dollars than the amount distributed at last […]