The event featured carnival games and it rewards children and adults for joining a summer reading program. It saw its best turnout yet, library director Amorette Hawkins said, adding, “I want to get every kid in Rangely here, and any kids visiting in town to come, too.” Rangely Junior/Senior High School Student Council members, Rangely 4-H members, Julia Davis, Connie Skelton, Bart Neilsen, Julie Allred, Giovanni’s Italian Grill and the Town of Rangely were reponsible for the event’s success. Roughly 157 adults joined the reading program as well.
RANGELY — Like the reissuing of a classic book, the nearly 40-year-old Rangely Public Library has a new look.
RANGELY I It was only a matter of time before metal artist Kyle Stewart’s creations became a family affair. The 24-year-old, who works for family business Stewart Welding and whose metal sculptures can be seen […]