Major progress is made as TANK takes new form

RANGELY I In September, the Friends of The TANK, Inc. took additional steps to turn the old water tank west of Rangely into a Center for Sonic Arts to be used for performance, recording and education. Share on Facebook

Campaign raises more than $46,000 to save tank

RANGELY I The “Save the Tank” campaign may be over, but the task of saving the tank is just beginning. One year ago, the empty 60-by-30-foot water tank west of Rangely, a recording and performance space for musicians and composers for more than three decades, looked like it would be sold and taken down. By […]

Letter to the Editor: Tank supporters thank Rangely folks

Dear Editor: My first trip to the town of Rangely was in 1976 with the Colorado Chautauqua tour. It was great. We had everything from dancing to pottery workshops, and the people of Rangely joined in and tried everything. Share on Facebook

Locals try to save old Rangely tank

RANGELY I When musician and composer Bruce Odland first came to Rangely in 1976, it was the last stop of the Chautauqua Tour, a traveling arts festival funded by the Colorado Council on the Arts and Humanities. Share on Facebook