RANGELY I Jack and Charleen Brown are prime examples of Rangely’s great history, longevity and people, and their easy conversation comes from their comfort in where they are, where they’ve been and all they have […]
MEEKER I The top five characteristics of a great volunteer are initiative, determination, flexibility, kindness and communication. These do not just define a great volunteer but an outstanding person. Doris Welle could not be better […]
MEEKER I “Aging successfully is about adapting and adopting,” is the way Faye Peterson describes the process she applies to enjoy each phase of life. She just turned 60 and completed her master’s degree two […]
MEEKER I Bob Klenda’s most recent award-winning piece was a beautiful leather heart that earned “Best of Show.” The piece is symbolic of the volunteerism he and Mike Brennan give to the local 4-H club […]
RANGELY I Twin Buttes Ranch has come a long way in five generations.
MEEKER I County fair is all about the kids, and Ed and Bonnie Coryell have worked more than 30 years to keep the traditions, clubs and events alive.
MEEKER I The Watt family gathered for a reunion on the Fourth of July to celebrate generations of family and fun.
RANGELY I Working hard, playing hard, and doing it all together is one of the keys for success in Darryle and Sue Baker’s 49 years of marriage.
RBC I From the snow on the mountaintops to the dirt in the arena, Don and Rosemary Hilkey help make events special in Meeker.
RANGELY I Few people can claim they still live in the same place they were born, particularly after 78 years. Jim Steele lives on Foundation Creek, up Douglas Creek, where his parents homesteaded 90 years […]
MEEKER I Dual commitments to ranching and public service are a way of life for Meeker’s Joe Collins.
RANGELY I Educators make such a significant impact on a community, their influence extending far beyond the classroom. Small, rural communities are fortunate when one exceptional teacher moves in and intends to remain for the […]