Gun range clean-up…

Rangely residents joined town employee Jeff LeBleu and a front-end loader to clean the shooting range just off of Blue Mountain Road on Saturday. In four hours, workers filled two 30-yard dumpsters provided by Rangely Trash Service (RTS). Debris ranged from shot-up televisions and appliances to a dilapidated snowmobile. Rangely Mayor Frank Huitt, who organized the cleanup, said RTS, the Town of Rangely and the Rio Blanco County commissioners were instrumental in the project’s completion.

Rangely author is award finalist

Rangely author Lou Dean

Rangely author Lou Dean will be traveling to Denver on May 8 to attend the annual Colorado Authors’ League (CAL) awards banquet.

Letter to the Editor: Big heartfelt thanks!

Dear Editor: Just a note to say thank you to all those of you out there in Rio Blanco, Moffat, Uintah and Mesa Counties, who reached out to us during the illness and death of Nigel Urie-Stanton-Weldon. Her worst fears, and ours, happened on Christmas Eve when she had a massive stroke which completed her […]