‘Alice’ a success with Children’s Theater

Rangely Junior High School seventh-grader Raelynn Norman as Alice, and the White Rabbit, portrayed by Missoula Children’s Theater actor/director Ethan Park, consider the nonsense of others not knowing who you are and not always being sure yourself.

RANGELY I Fifty-four Rangely elementary, middle and high school students performed Missoula Children’s Theater’s “Alice in Wonderland” on Friday night, bringing approximately 300 people to the Rangely Junior-Senior High School auditorium.

Letter to the Editor: Thank you Stephanie Kahler

EDITOR’S NOTE: The following letter is a thank you note to Stephanie Kahler, who taught an advanced creative writing class in Rangely, from student Phalon Osborn, who will be in seventh grade come fall. Osborn submitted the letter as part of the class. What follows is word for word as it was written. We thought […]

BMS/RMS track…

phmkbms track 200

It was a 1-2-3 finish for Barone Middle School eighth-graders in the 200-meter dash for T.J. Shelton, Dillon Frantz and Devon Pontine last Saturday in Rangely.

Red Ribbon week at Rangely Junior High

RANGELY I Red Ribbon Week is the oldest and largest drug prevention campaign in the country. Schools across the United States campaign for Red Ribbon Week every year.

Rangely Junior High loses to Vernal, Utah

RANGELY I Rangely Junior High’s football team lost to a combined team from Vernal, Utah, last week, 22-8, in its first game of the season. “We had our chances to score,” Rangely junior high coach Tim Webber said.