Tony Valentine, born in Chicago on Jan. 24, 1935, passed away in Sun City, Ariz., June 9, 2011.
Garry Anderson Karren, 44, of Vernal, Utah, went home to his heavenly Father June 15, 2011. He was born Dec. 14, 1966, to Clayton and Janice Karren in Las Vegas, Nev.
George Harry Bloomfield was born in Meeker, Colo., to Loyd (Speck) Bloomfield and Delores (Dee) Padilla Bloomfield, who both preceded him in death.
Gail Schofield, 68, long-time resident of Rangely, died Dec. 30, 2010 in Denver, Colo., following a lengthy struggle with Parkinson’s disease.
Doug was born on April 26, 1936, in Bakersfield, Calif., to Lenore(Urie) and Martin Deyo and died May 20, 2011, in Craig, Colo.
Funeral services for Jeanne N. Hollenbaugh will be held at 11 a.m., on Tuesday, June 7, at the St. James Episcopal Church in Meeker, Colo. Jeanne passed away on May 26, 2011, after a brief stay in the Lutheran Collier Hospice Center in Wheat Ridge, Colo.
Basil Llewellyn “Luge” Lugenbeel, age 89, of Duchesne, died May 24, 2011, at the Uintah Basin Medical Center in Roosevelt.
Vinalee Hill went to be with her heavenly Father at her home on May 1, 2011. She was born to Ella and Glen Randall on Feb. 19, 1932, in Loyal, Okla. After a nine day whirlwind romance she married Robert “Bob” J. Hill on Feb. 28, 1951, in Grand Junction, Colo.
Donald Glenn Zeigler was born to Chester L. and Rose O. Zeigler on Jan. 13, 1930, on a farm in the San Luis Valley of Colorado between Center and Monte Vista. His life ended peacefully on April 30, 2011, at his home in Fort Collins.
RBC I First National Bank of the Rockies officially became the Bank of the San Juans last week after the oldest banks in Meeker and Rangely were acquired by Montana-based Glacier Bancorp Inc.
RANGELY I College officials, local dignitaries and the Rector family were on hand Thursday for the dedication of the refurbished and enlarged Rector Science Building on the campus of Colorado Northwestern Community College in Rangely.
MEEKER I Below are the finals and the final results from the 2014 Meeker Classic Sheepdog Championship Trials, held Sept. 3-7 in Ute Park at Meeker, Colo.
RANGELY I Mossie Percifield hit the century mark Aug. 8, 2014, celebrating her 100th birthday. A century of love, laughter, work and devotion to
MEEKER I Trappers Lake was not among the places protected by the Wilderness Act upon its passage in 1964. Rather, the creation of a Flat Tops Wilderness Area that included the lake exemplified how the Wilderness Act guided the wilderness debate during the late 20th century.
Approximately 300 children arrived at Rangely’s town square to play games, ride horses, win prizes and consume their fair share of sugar on Aug. 5 at the Rangely Library’s annual summer reading carnival.
Town of Rangely employees, subcontracted to the Western Rio Blanco Metropolitan Recreation and Park District, cut walkways through Hefley Park in west Rangely last week. The space, which will become a veterans’ memorial park, will feature a 1 1/4-life-sized soldier statue created by Meeker artist John Kobald and funded through