Thin ice and thick ice on Kenney Reservoir, east of Rangely, offer a stark color contrast with the flow nearest the dam taking on an emerald green hue while the remaining thick ice at the upper end of the lake remains solid white. Only a few spots where the White River runs into the upper end of the reservoir are ice free although it would be difficult to access those areas.
RANGELY | Dozens of people will take the plunge into the chilly waters at Kenney Reservoir this Saturday for a good cause: Special Olympics. Last year 44 “plungers” took the leap into 39 degree water, […]
In a recent meeting called by the Colorado Parks and Wildlife to discuss releasing water from Lake Avery into the White River, local rancher and water expert David Smith Sr. commented on the mesa
RBC | Meeker’s former physician and high school science instructor, Dr. Bob Dorsett, has analyzed recent critical temperature and precipitation data on the White River and written a summary report, partially motivated by the algae blooms […]