RMS students collect change to benefit cancer victims

Students in sixth through eighth grades received boxes to fill with spare change as part of a Rangely Student Council fundraiser to support the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society for Children. The total amount collected was $377.55.

RANGELY I The Rangely Middle School (RMS) Student Council participated in a new fundraiser this semester with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society for Children in its “Pennies for Patients” campaign.

County’s junior high FB teams play it close

Meeker’s Justin Giao and other Cowboy captains shake hands with their Rangely counterparts before the beginning of Saturday’s A-team game. Meeker prevailed over its county rival, 14-12.

RANGELY I In Saturday’s football games between the county’s two junior high schools, Meeker came out on top both times. But the home-team Rangely Panthers didn’t go down without putting up a fight, especially in the eighth-grade game. In the opener, Meeker’s B team (seventh-graders) won 24-0, while in the