Tessa Slagle of Rangely, left, accepts a $500 scholarship from Rio Blanco County Sheriff Si Woodruff as winner of the Rio Blanco County scholarship from the state sheriff’s association. One scholarship is available from each of the county sheriff’s offices in the state.
“Spectacular,” said Judith Martinez, director of dropout prevention and student engagement for the Colorado Department of Education, when I told her about Torie Slagle’s upcoming feat. Related
MEEKER I Meeker Veterans of Foreign Wars Hall No. 5843 is one of the VFW halls nationally taking part in the organization’s annual Voice of Democracy scholarship competition for students nationally. Related
RANGELY I The Panthers’ baseball team saw its stellar season come to a close this past Saturday. Related