Rangely Crab Crack a success…

Joyce Rankin, left, a member of the Colorado Board of Education, and Bob Rankin, center, a member of the Colorado House of Representatives, speak with former legislator Russell George, now president of Colorado Northwestern Community College, at the Rangely Chamber of Commerce's annual Crab Crack and award dinner on Saturday.

Crab Crack…

The Rangely Chamber of Commerce winner for Rangely Non-Profit of the Year was presented to New Eden Pregnancy Care Services, represented by Melissa Norman. Tickets were sold out for the event, and the Weiss Conference Center at Colorado Northwestern Community College was packed.

Letter to the Editor: Urie says thanks to the Rangely Chamber

Dear Editor: A great big thanks goes out to the Rangely Chamber of Commerce for recognizing Urie Trucking, Inc., as Rangely’s 2014 Industry of the Year at this year’s Crab Crack.

Crab crackin’…


Roughly 300 people attended the Rangely Area Chamber of Commerce’s annual Crab Crack on Saturday night on the Colorado Northwestern Community College campus, where the chamber also announced the community’s top businesses of the year.

Rangely chamber hosts annual Crab Crack

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A record 306 tickets were sold for the annual Crab Crack, sponsored by the Rangely Area Chamber of Commerce last Saturday, filling the Colorado Room in the Weiss Center on the CNCC campus. Awards were announced by emcee Tim Webber and presented by RACC executive director Brooke Loshe.

Crab crackin’

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Tickets for the annual Crab Crack benefit for the Rangely Area Chamber of Commerce went on sale to members Monday and Kathy Filener and Jane Miller (current chamber board member) made sure they got theirs right away from director Brooke Lohse.

Rangely Chamber Crab Crack is Feb. 14

RANGELY — Prepare to get messy … and help a good cause at the same time. Plans are under way for the Rangely Chamber of Commerce’s annual Crab Crack fundraising event.