Tessa Slagle of Rangely, left, accepts a $500 scholarship from Rio Blanco County Sheriff Si Woodruff as winner of the Rio Blanco County scholarship from the state sheriff’s association. One scholarship is available from each of the county sheriff’s offices in the state.
RANGELY I Navy Seaman Mark C. Barlow, son of Mark D. and Doretta R. Barlow of Rangely, Colorado, recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Illinois.
RANGELY I At Rangely High School’s academic awards program May 13, the following students were recognized for high performance, service and leadership:
RANGELY I What stands out about this year’s Rangely High School graduation ceremony, aside from the accomplishments of the class being graduated, is its concurrence with another notable weekend event: Memorial Day.
RANGELY I Rangely High School senior Tessa Slagle, one of two Colorado delegates chosen for the 2014 U.S. Senate Youth Program (USSYP), returned last month from “Washington Week,” part of a national initiative aimed at helping students understand the inner workings of the U.S. government and to encourage careers in public service.
The Rangely High Student Council has been busy. Alycia Dominguez, Desiree Coombs and Simone Heinle get ready to watch “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire,” sponsored by the council with 25 students to the Vernal Theater. Winners of the homecoming spirit week, the junior class of 2015, were eligible to attend for free.
RANGELY I Tessa Erin Slagle of Rangely will be presented with the Good Citizen Award at 1 p.m. on Jan. 11 at the Mount Garfield Daughters of the American Revolution monthly meeting in Grand Junction.
RANGELY | Maddie Lawson of Rangely was selected for the 2013-14 Harding University Concert Choir.