Chevron donation…

Rangely School District RE-4 board members Kurt Douglas, Leslie Nielsen, Joyce Key, Annette Webber, and Sam Tolley are joined by Rangely High School students Lindzey Thacker, Katelyn Brown and Sarah Conner in saying thank you to Chevron for its continued support of the school district.

Chevron donation…


Chevron presented a $20,000 check to the Colorado Northwestern Community College Foundation on Saturday night for the college scholarship fund. With the check are, from left: CNCC Foundation member and scholarship committee chairman Sam Tolley; longtime board member Peggy Rector, Cary Baird of Chevron; Foundation Board Chairman Ann Brady; Marques Jones of Chevron; and CNCC […]


Chevron representative and Meeker resident Chris Archuleta presents a $10,000 check to Meeker Board of Education President Bill deVergie Oct. 7 for math and science programs.

FFA Donation…

Chevron representative Chris Archuleta, a Meeker resident and school parent, presents Meeker High School Principal Amy Chinn with a $250 check for the high school FFA program.

CNCC lab dedicated to Chevron

From left, Chevron Operations Supervisor Luke Allred, Chevron Community Engagement Specialist Carey Baird, Chevron Area Manager Greg Germani and CNCC President Russ George pose around one of Chevron’s first well sites in Rangely, the Raven A-1 pump jack, which was photographed and professionally prepared for display in the Rector Chevron Chemistry Lab on July 8.

RANGELY I CNCC President Russell George hosted several friends of the college and Chevron Area Manager Greg Germani on July 8 in the Rector Arts and Sciences Building for the formal dedication ceremony naming the Rector Chemistry Lab for Chevron.


Wade Bradfield, chairman of the board, and Steve Allen, fire chief of the Rio Blanco Fire Protection District, would like to thank Chevron for its $4,000 donation to go toward gas monitors. The check was presented by Chris Archuleta.

Chevron donates to Elks…

Chevron donated $5,000 to the Rangely Elks Club Christmas baskets fund during Septemberfest at the Elks’ drug awareness trailer. From left to right are: Ross Alire, a specialist with Chevron; Tink Wilson, a past exalted ruler with the Elks and Elks officers Cody Reed and Mike Dillon.

County-wide donations…

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Chris Archuleta, right, a graduate of Meeker schools and a representative of Chevron, presented a check worth $15,000 to Iris Franklin, left, the president of the Meeker School District Board of Education, on Tuesday night.

CNCC, Chevron join for tour, donation

Taking part in last week’s site tour for Colorado Northwestern Community College (CNCC) officials, given by Chevron representatives, were, from left to right: CNCC public information officer Becky Dubbert; Chevron ALCR representative Robert Lopez; Chevron production team lead Fletcher Buckler; CNCC Foundation representative Tim Webber; Chevron operations supervisor Luke Allred; and CNCC President Russell George.

RANGELY I Colorado Northwestern Community College staff met up with local Chevron USA employees at the Rangely Weber Sand Unit last week to review Chevron’s current operation.

Chevron gives STEM money

(From left) During Rangely School District’s Board of Education meeting last week, Chevron plant operations supervisor Kelly Brown and operations supervisor Luke Allred presented a $20,000 check to Rangely Junior-Senior High School principal Berry Swenson to help fund an upper-level math and science position. The company is partnering with the board’s STEM (Science, Math, Engineering and Technology) Consortium, whose goal is to help the top one-third of students in the district excel.

RANGELY I The Rocky Mountain Area of Chevron’s Mid-Continent Business Unit gave $20,000 to the RE-4 school district at its board meeting Jan. 15. Chevron operations supervisor Luke Allred and plant operations supervisor Kelly Brown presented the check, which will help fund an upper-level math and science faculty position, to Rangely Junior-Senior High School principal […]

Chevron donates $100,000 for new fire trucks

Several people from Chevron, the Rangely Rural Fire Protection District, including board members (FB), firefighters (FF) and Rangely Town Council (TC) members gathered at the firehouse to accept a $100,000 donation from Chevron. Those attending included Rod Ficken (Chevron Pipeline), fire chief Andy Shaffer, Cisco Lucero (FF), Kyle Hixson (Chevron-FF), Gary Denny (FF), Rick Moran (Chevron-FF), Jasper Whiston (FF), Melissa Dembowski (FF), Kindal Cushman (FF), Leonard Lane (FB), Brad Casto (TC), Vince Wilczek (Rangely Chief of Police), Lisa Hatch (TC), Roy Kinney (Rangely PD), Jeff Rodell (Chevron), Elaine Urie (TC), Luke Allred (Chevron), Tim Webber (president of FB), Kelly Brown (Chevron) and Peter Brixius (Rangely Town Manager and FB member).

RANGELY I A formal ceremony last Thursday marked a $100,000 donation by the Chevron Corporation toward the purchase of two new Rangely Rural Fire Protection District (RRFPD) fire trucks.

Award …


The first Chevron Natural Resources Scholarship was recently awarded to Taylor Poos-Benson (right) of Morrison, Colo. Jeff Roedell (left) from the local Chevron office was on hand to congratulate Taylor and to present his award certificate.