RANGELY I Free classes for women at Cedar Ridges Golf Course in Rangely are being offered on Tuesdays now through July 30. For more information, call 675-8403 or Janet Mackay at 675-2777 after 5 p.m.
RANGELY I Fourteen teams entered the competitive annual two-man best ball tournament at Cedar Ridges Golf Course in Rangely last weekend, including teams from Rangely, Rifle, Fruita and Vernal, Utah. Three playoffs were needed to decide the final results.
RANGELY I The golf benefit fundraiser for Roebi Hodges on Friday, April 20 is sponsored by the staff at Parkview Elementary, the Rangely School District and hosted by Cedar Ridges Golf Course. The event is benefit golf game with prizes for participants who make the best shots at each hole. Donations of $10 or more […]
The Meeker Golf Course will officially open April 1 (no fooling) but it didn’t keep Dave Brown from teeing off on No. 9. Emery Bear pulled the pin for his playing partner Matt Greenfell at Cedar Ridges Golf Course where the two were playing Tuesday afternoon. Cedar Ridges has been officially open for almost three […]
Travis Halcomb chips towards the green on Cedar Ridges’ No. 1 during the 27-hole, four-person scramble. Halcomb and his teammates Trey Robie, Josh Mousley and Jason Kurrasch finished with the highest gross score, 111. RANGELY I “We had great weather and it was very competitive,” Cedar Ridges Golf Course manager Chris Hejl said of […]
RANGELY | Any ladies interested in a fun league come to Cedar Ridges Golf Course, Monday, June 13, at 9 a.m.
The sun came out and with it, the golfers, to both courses in Rio Blanco County.
RANGELY I The team of Dutch Kissling, Dave Schneider, Eric and Chris Hejl finished with the best gross score of 58, while a foursome of Jason Cox, Jack Richens, Ryan Kennedy and Dustin Cox had the top net score of 37 in Saturday’s “Bernie Tourney” at Cedar Ridges Golf Course.
County Assessor Renae Neilson knows her numbers. Speaking at an meeting last month of Rio Blanco County Democrats, Neilson, who, by the way, is a Republican, recited figures mostly off the top of her head, with very few notes.