One family’s hard work benefits the whole town

Beatrice Madero married Raymond Roy “Junior” Hume, Nov. 15, 1945, two days after Hume returned home from World War II.

Rangely has witnessed the ups and downs of the energy industry over the years. Since 1947, through these highs and lows, the Humes have done their part to maintain small-town business and offer services in and around their community.

Strong foundations, strong communities

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The brilliant Maya Angelou said, “When we give cheerfully and accept gratefully, everyone is blessed.” These words are a perfect description of Meeker old-timers Dale and Emma Lou Frisby.

Ken & Betty Hayden: A Rangely Success Story

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Temperatures outside have been cold recently but Ken and Betty Hayden offered a warm welcome to the Rangely home where they’ve lived for more than 50 years. Family photos, rewards from their hobbies and part of a tree that symbolizes their love create an amazing impression of their lives.

Local pastor publishes second book for AMG

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If you are a regular reader of the Herald Times, you’ve probably seen the weekly submissions from “Doc” Watson, pastor of Grace Bible Church. What you might not know about Dr. J.D. Watson is that he is a published author, as well as a minister.

Brennan family is a testament to tradition

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RBC – The snowy meadows will soon be home to this year’s calf crop and local ranchers are once again “living for the spring turnout,” as rancher Bill Brennan says. The Brennan family has been raising cattle and keeping traditional ranching alive for more than 150 years.