Chilly temperatures didn’t keep families from Rangely’s annual Easter Egg Hunt, sponsored by the Rangely Elks Club. Children made a beeline for the 3,000 eggs spread across Elks Park shortly after the Rangely Rural Fire Protection District fire truck blasted its horn, the traditional start to the event.
It’s been almost two years since Gene Scritchfield died. His memory, however, lives on. And it always will. As someone wrote to Gene’s wife, Ann Marie, after his death, “Gene’s presence will be felt in […]
RBC I The jury will now decide the fate of Jerry Snider Jr., who is charged with first degree murder and aggravated robbery, in the death of his father, Jerry Snider Sr. The defendant has […]
On behalf of the CNCC Rodeo Club, CNCC faculty, staff and administration, we would like to officially thank all of the volunteers, individuals, local businesses and sponsors who participated in September’s first annual Rangely Rock […]