The Western Rio Blanco Metropolitan Recreation and Parks District provided the games for Springfest.
RANGELY — Baccalaureate service for 2009 Rangely High School graduates is Sunday, May 10 at 7 p.m. at Rangely Christian Church at 501 Darius Ave.
RANGELY — The Panther track and field team is getting stronger and stronger as the season progresses. Recently, the team hosted its second meet of the season and competed in Craig at the Clint Wells Invitational. The Panther Open was held on Tuesday April 21, and the Clint Wells meet was last Friday.
RANGELY — There will be a new school superintendent next year. And, as of Wednesday, there will be a new high school principal.
RANGELY — They’re in, and that’s all that matters. The top two teams from the league advance to the district baseball tournament, but when Ignacio pulled out, Rangely was in.
RBC — EnCana Oil and Gas (USA) Inc., encourages high school seniors who are pursuing a degree in engineering, geology or geophysics at a four-year university, to see their school counselors to apply for its High School Scholarship Program.
RANGELY — The way things shook out in the seeding process for the RHS boys basketball team was, in many ways, bittersweet.
RANGELY — In what was the final home game for the seniors on the RHS girls basketball team, it was a total team effort that made sure they went out with a win against the West Grand Mustangs.
RANGELY — The 2009 Rangely High School bridge building team failed to place in the top five Saturday, but their bridge designs did cause the contest judges and the civil engineers of the Bureau of Reclamation to scratch their collective crania! The four-member team who traveled to the Denver Federal