RANGELY | Georgann Prosser has every right to call Rangely home since she moved here 52 years ago at the age of 2 months, and Dave Prosser has called Rangely home since 1982, when he relocated from West Virginia. Together, they find Rangely a pretty good place.
MEEKER | Bailey and Ann Franklin have literally spent their entire lives in the Meeker area except for time away at college, and Ann said that Meeker fits the family lifestyle just perfectly.
RANGELY | Ed and Christina Miller have lived in Rangely a combined 78 years and they believe the town is just about as good as it gets for living.
MEEKER | After 36 years in Meeker, Ed and Caroline Hollowed feel pretty comfortable calling this town home.
RANGELY | William and Gail Palmer are quite happy with the decision made in 1968 to move from Calumet City, Ill., to Rangely, a town they say they quickly grew to love.
MEEKER | Wilbur and Lois Richardson have seen the Meeker area change quite a bit over the years, but Lois said she can’t imagine ever living anywhere else.
RANGELY | John and Teresa Sims of Rangely are thankful they live in Rangely, what she described as “a nice small town filled with such good people.”
MEEKER | Gary and Relda Coulter of Meeker are grateful to live in a small town where they know nearly everyone and where family members are close at hand.
RANGELY | Too much work and not enough work seem to define the current life of Mark and Doretta Barlow of Rangely, this week’s “home of” honorees.
MEEKER | The timing is great for Deb Pettijohn to be this week’s “home of” honoree. Pettijohn retired from more than 20 years of service to the readers of the Herald Times last week. Just a few days later, on March 12, she became a grandmother for the first time.
MEEKER | John and Connie Kelley of Meeker are this week’s “home of” honorees. John is a 16-year resident. Connie has lived here 37 years. They will celebrate their 14th wedding anniversary April 24.