Lt. Robert Ormsbee, son of Robert and Gloria Ormsbee of Dinosaur, was graduated from the Hawk Mountain Ranger Search and Rescue School on Feb. 21. The Hawk Mountain Ranger School is located in Hawk Mountain, Pa., and was established in 1956, making it the longest-running search and rescue school in the country. Lt. Ormsbee is the squadron commander of the Fort Drum-Watertown Squadron 406 Civil Air Patrol, located in upstate New York.
RANGELY | Colorado Northwestern Community College is seeking submissions from residents of Northwest Colorado for inclusion in the third volume of the CNCC literature and arts publication, “Waving Hands Review.” Related
2009 Rangely High School seniors Christian Holcomb and Jennifer Barlow (pictured) received the Colorado Elks National Foundation Scholarships in the amount of $500 each. Presenting the scholarship was Barb Widner of the Rangely Elks Lodge […]
RANGELY I Basketball season is here … almost. Thanks to the advantage of being in the Mountain time zone, Colorado Northwestern Community College’s men’s and women’s basketball teams will officially kick off the season Wednesday, […]