Work on the so-called “Peacock Building” site in Rangely is well under way as owner Bud Striegel waits for project completion for his new car museum, which he hopes will be complete in the next two or three months.
RANGELY I Each week, the Cell Phones for Soldiers program mails approximately 12,000 calling cards to veterans at home and soldiers overseas. Each card provides veterans and troops 2-1/2 hours of talk time with family and friends.
RANGELY | Peter and Colleen Brixius find Rangely to “fit how we view ourselves; it is a lot like ourselves with real Western values.”
RANGELY I Picnic tables and a smattering of chairs create a rustic treasure hunt among rows of sky-high corn and beets. Music filters through the warm evening air. Sunlight glints off pots full of savory stews and hearty soups. People, young and old, gather to share a meal.
RANGELY I A retirement party will be held Friday for Paula Davis, who has been heavily involved in community activities during the 37 years she has lived in Rangely.
RANGELY | Dr. Kenneth Myers is a third-generation Colorado native born in Denver. His wife, Jenine, was born and raised in nearby Vernal, Utah.
RANGELY | When June Dotson first visited Rangely in 1960, she hated it and said she never wanted to see the place again. In 1961, she and her husband, Kennith, moved to Rangely and they have been here ever since, loving every minute of it — except in the dead of winter, when they travel […]
Dozens of sheep took up temporary residence on the front lawn of the Western Rio Blanco Metropolitan Recreation Center in Rangely last week, according to WRBM aquatics/recreation superviser assistant Kirsten Cushman, who captured this image. No sheep herders showed up to claim the sheep, which eventually wandered back into the
RANGELY I Roughly 179 students received their degrees and certificates from Colorado Northwestern Community College on Saturday afternoon, culminating what for most students has been at least two years of hard work.