$100,000 short, still: Rangely schools plan to dip into reserve again

RANGELY I Even with additional budget cuts, and projecting a possible slight increase in state funding, the Rangely School District is still facing a $100,000 shortfall. Share on Facebook

Rangely schools hold health fair

RANGELY — The RE-4 Wellness Committee and the Rangely community pulled together to put on health fairs for all three public schools. Share on Facebook

Board considers cutting activities, some bus routes

RANGELY — While the possible elimination of some school activities was tabled, pending further study, school board members Monday approved a 30-cent increase to lunch prices. Share on Facebook

Three Panthers qualify for state

RANGELY — Three Panther track and field athlete qualified for the state at the regional meet this past weekend in Grand Junction. Share on Facebook

Hayden teacher hired as new Rangely High School principal

RANGELY — There will be a new school superintendent next year. And, as of Wednesday, there will be a new high school principal. Share on Facebook

School board considers additional financial cuts

RANGELY — Faced with a budget shortfall of $500,000 to $700,000, the Rangely School Board has already closed Parkview Elementary to save money. Share on Facebook

Williams accepts superintendent job

RANGELY – The second time around, Rangely’s School Board got its man. Share on Facebook

Rangely’s superintendent choice turns down job

RANGELY — It’s back to the drawing board in the search for a new school superintendent. Share on Facebook

Rangely board to pare its planning

RANGELY — More isn’t necessarily better when it comes to strategic planning. That’s something the Rangely School Board is finding out. Share on Facebook

School board signs contract with manager

RANGELY — School board members here made it official Dec. 22, signing a contract with the Blythe Group to serve as the management company for the district’s bond projects. Share on Facebook

Rangely school board OKs mill levy

RANGELY — It’s the time of year for approving budgets and mill levies. At a Dec. 8 meeting, it was the Rangely School Board’s turn. The board approved a total mill levy of 8.022. The previous year, the mill levy was 7.085. Share on Facebook

Rangely board buys three new buses with bond funds

Purchases to replace 20-year-old models RANGELY — As the children’s song says, “The wheels on the bus go ‘round and ‘round.” Share on Facebook