RANGELY | The Rangely School Board met Tuesday night and immediately went into executive session to discuss a “student matter.” Before the public comment portion of the meeting began, Board President Kurt Douglas reminded the audience […]
RANGELY | The Rangely School Board appointed Casey Ducey Tuesday to replace board president Leslie Nielsen following her resignation two weeks ago. Ducey was one of two applicants to the board. According to Nielsen, the […]
With the resignation of Mayor Joe Nielsen, the Rangely Town Council appointed trustee Ann Brady to the mayor’s seat. It will be the second time Brady has held the position. One trustee’s seat is now […]
RANGELY | Rangely School Board President Leslie Nielsen resigned her position on Tuesday saying that her family is relocating. The board will fill the vacancy by appointment. Letters of interest from those who would like […]
EDITOR’S NOTE: In next week’s Herald Times we will provide similar interviews with candidates for the Meeker School Board. RANGELY I On this fall’s ballot there will be a number of questions impacting Rangely schools. […]
By Jen Hill email@example.com RANGELY | This fall the Rangely School District will have several impactful ballot questions posed to the public. On Nov. 7 voters will determine who will fill two board openings and […]
RANGELY | The Rangely School Board met Tuesday night to listen to quick updates from district staff and discuss the upcoming mill levy override election. The current mill levy partnership between the school and recreation […]
MEEKER I There were two inadvertent editing errors in a front page article in last week’s Herald Times regarding the Rangely school board.
RANGELY I The Rangely School Board met Feb. 17 to discuss a possible mill levy override election, state-mandated graduation requirements, school dance dress codes and to hear several updates from Superintendent Matt Scoggins and other […]
RANGELY I The Rangely School Board met Dec. 16 to discuss changes in direction for a district dress code policy, high school math offerings and the 2013/14 audit report.
RANGELY I The Rangely School Board met Nov. 18 to discuss a number of possible changes that could impact the 2015/2016 school year, including full-day kindergarten, an alternative high school program and calendar changes.
RANGELY I The Rangely School Board met Aug. 19 as the district begins the 2014/2015 school year with new faces and old concerns.