RANGELY I Rio Blanco County, the Town of Rangely, private investors and Rangely Chamber of Commerce are offering scholarships for business owners interested in attending an intensive workshop to help small business owners transform their businesses and their community into a destination location. Scholarship applications are due March 14.
RANGELY I In a local economy that many consider tough, a few enterprising individuals are still trying to give their business dreams a full-fledged shot by expanding a business or opening a new business.
RANGELY I In a small town, licensed daycare options for working parents can often be limited. Unfortunately for Rangely, if the financial situation at the non-profit Giant Step Preschool and Child Care Center doesn’t change, those resources could become even more challenging for parents.
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 […]