Rangely Library summer reading carnival…


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.

Metal artists bring library sign to life

Local metal artist Kyle Stewart partnered with his wife, Ashley, to bring the Rangely Library’s new sign to life on Main Street. The Stewarts used approximately 30 square feet of metal, with 55 separate pieces cut and welded together to create the 150-pound sculpture.

RANGELY I It was only a matter of time before metal artist Kyle Stewart’s creations became a family affair. The 24-year-old, who works for family business Stewart Welding and whose metal sculptures can be seen in public spaces and private residences around Rangely, has taken on a full-fledged partner in his latest endeavor: his wife, […]

Rangely summer reading program a success with 300

Kristen Colemen, a sophomore at Rangely High School and a RHS Student Council member, paints butterflies on Miah Wren’s’ face as a part of the Rangely Library’s summer reading party. Several hundred students and youths took part in the event.

RANGELY | As the Rangely Library’s new director in 2005, Amorette Hawkins learned that part of her job was coordinating the summer reading program.

Rangely Library hosts ‘Twilight’ party


RANGELY — On May 1, Rangely Regional Library hosted “Twilight, The Party.”

Renovations completed at Rangely Public Library


RANGELY — Like the reissuing of a classic book, the nearly 40-year-old Rangely Public Library has a new look.