Rangely Animal Shelter manager Kay Nickson accepts a donation of $240 from the Rangely National Junior Honor Society students. From left, Darion Collett, Aimee Hogan, Tessa Slagle, Connor Phelan, Tanner Nielsen, Nickson and Catherine Merino. Stephanie Hogan is the volunteer adviser for the Rangely Junior High National Junior Honor Society, and the faculty adviser is Cheryl Blackburn. Over the past three years, NJHS has collected more than $800 through coin drives to benefit the local animal shelter.
RBC | The White River Snowmobile Club ride will be Sunday. Snowmobilers will depart Lost Creek Trailhead (Ripple Creek) at 10 a.m. Riders will have the option of cruising up the groomed trail or hitting […]
RANGELY I The community gardening group is moving forward with more meetings during the month of March. So far, there are 10 gardeners in the group and five acres of land have been donated close […]