Bernie Gantt, left, Dan Dewitt, right, and Kevin Amack, not pictured, representing Rio Blanco Lodge No. 80 of the AF&AM, awarded the Colorado Mason’s Benevolent Fund Scholarship worth $28,000 to Rangely High School graduating senior Heather Turner, second from right. Turner was one of 14 recipients chosen from almost 700 applications statewide and will utilize the scholarship at Mesa State University. Second from left is Heather’s sister, Hannah, who was awarded the same $28,000 scholarship last year.
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 […]
Special to the Herald Times RBC | Sheriff Anthony Mazzola has announced that County Sheriffs of Colorado, Inc. (CSOC), the state Sheriffs Association, will award a $500 scholarship to a deserving Rio Blanco County student […]
MEEKER | SGM, a civil engineering, consulting, and surveying firm headquartered in Glenwood Springs, with additional offices in Aspen, Gunnison, Grand Junction, Salida, Durango, and Meeker, awards up to five scholarships in the amount of […]