Museum grant…

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Encana has given grant money to the Rangely Museum for the second time to spruce up its 1913 schoolhouse. While an earlier grant two years ago purchased new blinds for the schoolhouse, the newest $9,000 donation has been used to fix windows, remodel some siding and paint the structure.

Rangely Museum opens Friday

rangely I The Rangely Outdoor Museum will open Friday for weekends throughout May. The hours will be Fridays and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sundays from noon to 4 p.m.

Letter to the Editor: 1913 school house restoration project

Dear Editor: This is an open letter to residents of the Rangely and other parts of Rio Blanco County. We want to extend a huge “thank you” to all who have donated toward the 1913 school house foundation restoration project at Rangely Museum.

Museum sign…

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During Septemberfest in Rangely over the Labor Day weekend, the Rangely Museum held its annual ice cream social on Sunday as well as unveiled its new hand-painted, non-stencil sign, done by noted local artist Tabitha Hejl, pictured above.

We scream for ice cream…

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Several hundred family members and individuals took part in the Rangely Museum’s Ice Cream Social at the museum on the east end of town on Sunday as part of Septemberfest.

Rangely Museum has yard sale today

RANGELY | Rangely Museum is having its final yard sale of the spring today and Friday.

Rangely-area recipes being gathered

RANGELY | The Rangely Museum is gathering recipes for a cookbook featuring old and new recipes of the Rangely area. In addition to regular recipes, there is a focus on homemade ice cream and dutch oven recipes for the Ice Cream Social section.

Rangely Museum to open Friday

RANGELY I The Rangely Outdoor Museum will open its doors for the summer on Friday.

Fossil on exhibit at Rangely Museum

RANGELY | The newest exhibit on display at the Rangely Museum is an Apatosaurus femur bone, donated by Glen Sutton of Skull Creek, Colo.

Exhibit opens at museum

RANGELY I The newest exhibit on display at the Rangely Museum is an Apatosaurus femur bone, donated by Glen Sutton of Skull Creek, Colo.

Letter: Rangely Museum thanks volunteers

The Rangely Museum’s Ice Cream Social and contest could not have happened without the help of all the volunteers, staff, entertainment and our special demonstrators. What a fun time we had. The demonstrators were new to the Ice Cream Social and a huge success. Kelvin White, Bill Zadra and Mike Zadra showed how to use […]

Letter: Museum needs funds for roof repairs

The Rangely Museum has a critical situation that involves replacing the roofs on the Chevron Recreation Building and the Chevron Camp House.