RANGELY | To kick off February, which is Black History Month, CNCC is hosting Michigan-Based documentary filmmaker Brian Kruger and his film “Black and Blue,” the story of Gerald Ford, Willis Ward and the 1934 Michigan-Georgia Tech football game.
RANGELY I Opinions vary as to what has changed the most in Rangely over the years, but opinions about what makes Rangely great is consistent. The people are what make the town special and the willingness of those people to support one another makes it “home” to many. Sharon Brown echoed that response, adding, “If […]
L. W. “Red” Hunnicutt was born Oct. 28, 1922, in Manassa, Colo. He passed away peacefully after several days with his children at his bedside on Dec. 19, 2012.
RANGELY | The correct volunteer and pickup times for Bountiful Baskets in Meeker is 11 a.m. and noon. The Rangely site’s volunteer/pickup times are 9:45 and 10:45 a.m.
RANGELY | The Western Rio Blanco Recreation and Park District will celebrate the 2012 Christmasfest, a Grinch-themed Christmas in Rangely Friday and Saturday.
RANGELY I Photos of Emelie Mae Noyes and Mariah Henson published in last week’s Herald Times, were taken by Thad Noyes and Rene Harden respectively but photo credit was incorrectly given to Heather Zadra. We regret the error.