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 | 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.
RANGELY | Dan and Ronda Gordon of Rangely are this week’s “home of” honorees. They have been Rangely residents since 1999. The Gordons will celebrate their 30th wedding anniversary May 8.
RBC | In last week’s “Home of” article, the daughter of Jennifer Goddard was incorrectly listed as Cassie. Her name is Kerri Goddard. The Herald Times regrets the error.