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Remembering the art of conversation

September 14, 2012 Hallie Blunt 0

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 […]

In one word, “grandma” best describes Doris Welle. The name stuck when her grandchildren went through the school lunch line and her kind smile and sparkling blue eyes made it easy for other students to echo the name.

Everyone’s grandma

September 9, 2012 Hallie Blunt 0

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 […]

It’s always been about people for Faye Peterson, who just earned her master’s degree in professional counseling to better help people as a certified psychotherapist and certified life coach. Peterson is excited about life’s adventures and offers a positive approach to aging and meeting life with a positive attitude.

Inspired to inspire

September 4, 2012 Hallie Blunt 0

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 […]

Bonnie and Ed will be at the horse show and all around competition starting at 8:30 a.m. this Saturday.

Doing their best

July 27, 2012 Hallie Blunt 0

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.

Darryle and Sue Baker have worked hand in hand for their 49 years as a married couple.

Hand in hand for 49 years

July 12, 2012 Hallie Blunt 0

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.

Jim Steele

Lifelong home for Jim Steele

June 28, 2012 Hallie Blunt 0

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 […]

Bill and Martha Mitchem have been married for 60 years and have spent 56 of them in Rangely. Both  are retired teachers, who now enjoy volunteering, traveling and outdoor photography. The Mitchems have five children and nine grandchildren spread across the United States from Washington to Maine, Pennsylvania and Colorado.

A picture of service

June 14, 2012 Hallie Blunt 0

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 […]

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