RANGELY I Starting today, Rangely’s Heritage Building and Home Center will begin liquidating its store inventory with plans to close its doors next month.
Dear Editor: Peggy Rector’s letter in last week’s Herald Times was timely in the sense that Tax Incentives for Qualifying Businesses is exactly what the town trustees and mayor look to consider for further support.
Dear Editor: As I read the article “Casto explains his resignation” dated 4-9-2015, some thoughts came to mind. While I respect all identities involved in the article, please let me share with you my perspective from over the years. First, in the past, I agreed with the Mayor Frank Huitt’s statement regarding not helping business […]
RANGELY I During the next month, one of Rangely’s prominent oil and gas companies, Crossfire LLC, will begin pulling out a small portion of their operation from Rangely and moving it to Vernal, Utah.
Former Beauty Bar owner Shirley Sinclair stands with Gail Palmer and Donna Kinnis outside Sinclair’s former business of 28 years, now the home of Beth Wiley’s pottery studio. The trio visited during the studio’s 10-year anniversary and open house Nov. 9, when approximately 100 people stopped in to check out Wiley’s new line of fair […]