MEEKER I “That discipline which corrects the eagerness of worldly passions, which fortifies the heart with virtuous principles, which enlightens the mind with useful knowledge, and furnishes to it matter of enjoyment within itself, is […]
RANGELY I Photos of Emelie Mae Noyes and Mariah Henson published in last week’s Herald Times, were taken by Thad Noyes and Rene Harden respectively but photo credit was incorrectly given to Heather Zadra. We […]
RANGELY I “When we talk about home, we talk about Rangely,” Harry Peacock says about the town where he lived for nearly 50 years.
MEEKER I There are many memories to be shared in our community, stories that would make a best-selling novel, no doubt. Dave Prather could narrate quite a chapter, or an entire book, about his early […]
MEEKER I This past Sunday long time Meeker resident Lola Bradshaw celebrated her 80th birthday. Her room in the Walbridge Wing is decorated with pictures of the family she is so proud of. Her knowledge […]
RANGELY I When former Rangely resident and H-E-B Slimdown Show Down contestant Debi Pearson Tade attended the competition’s red carpet reveal event on Oct. 7, she was 50 pounds lighter than when the Show Down […]
RANGELY I “We wanted to get away from the big city and find a safer place to raise our children,” Kay Nickson said, explaining how she and her husband Richard came to Rangely.
RANGELY I From the classroom, to the visitor center, to the Radino Senior Center, and so many areas in between, Tommy and Dorothy Collins have made positive contributions to all ages of people in Rangely.
MEEKER I The history of Lime Kiln is very interesting, beginning with the land itself.