Rangely school registration begins Aug. 8

RANGELY | Rangely Junior/Senior High School will be registering new students Aug. 8-11 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Bring birth certificate, immunization records and previous school(s) contact information.

Recycle old tech equipment

RBC | The Meeker School District and Rio Blanco County are again offering our annual tech recycling program for Rio Blanco County citizens. Bring your old tech (computers, TVs, cell phones, printers, monitors, radios, etc.) for proper recycling for $5 an item.

WRBM proposes to service school district’s sports

RANGELY I The Western Rio Blanco Metropolitan Recreation and Parks District (WRBM) has proposed entering into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Rangely School District, where the WRBM would expand its services to take over primary fiscal responsibility for all of the school district’s athletics and extracurricular activities.

Letter: Rangely schools ask: ‘Is this my vision?’

Three propositions on the ballot this November place a very fundamental public policy question squarely before voters. Are reductions in taxes and fees that put a few more dollars in taxpayers’ pockets of more value than what those tax dollars will buy? Amendments 60, 61 and Proposition 101 are very tempting carrots being dangled in […]

Principal has seen short week up close


RANGELY I While the Rangely School District continues to study switching to a four-day school week, Rob Winn has already done his homework. Winn, the principal at Rangely Junior/Senior High, had firsthand experience with a four-day school week while teaching at Hayden.

Rangely officials continue to look at option of four-day school week

RANGELY I When it comes to the subject of a four-day school week, there’s more homework to do.

New Rangely teachers


RANGELY | New teachers in the Rangely School District went through orientation last week and prepared for the beginning of classes, which will start Monday.

Rangely Police Department collecting school supplies

RANGELY I The Rangely Police Department is collecting school supplies for students.

2009-10 supply list for Rangely Elementary

RANGELY I All students will be assigned a locker in which to store their backpacks, coats, etc.

New principal Winn will lead combined middle, high schools


RANGELY I Rob Winn likes a challenge. Winn is the new principal of the Rangely middle and high schools, which beginning this year will be combined in the same building.

Williams takes reins in Rangely


RANGELY I It won’t be long before students in the Rangely School District will be back in the classroom.

Rangely District’s budget projections are looking better

RANGELY I After a series of tough financial decisions, including closing a school and consolidating two other schools in order to save money, budget projections for Rangely’s School District for the 2009-2010 school year are looking up.