Make sure students have current vaccinations

RBC I As your children get ready to head back to school, make sure they have the protection they need. Colorado students are required to have a number of vaccines for school attendance. Children, from preschoolers to middle schoolers to college students, need vaccines. Share on Facebook

Meeker and Rangely schools back in session during the next week

RBC I The summer fun and frolic ends next week for students in Rangely and Meeker as the 2014-15 school year begins. Share on Facebook

Western Slope College Fair Oct. 9

RBC I The seventh annual Colorado Western Slope College Fair will be held Sunday, Oct. 9th, at Aspen High School in Aspen, Colo. From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., representatives from 220 colleges, universities and two-year and technical schools across the country and around the world will display information specific to their schools, answer questions […]

What you can do to ensure “No Child is Left Behind”

RBC I “Test cheating scandal!” “Budget cuts!” “Accreditation lost!” These are the types of headlines associated with school districts around the nation today. With issues like these mounting on the front lines of education, even the best and brightest teachers need reinforcements. Share on Facebook

Opinion: Schools for a bright Colorado

RBC I A campaign to stop the devastating and short-sighted school budget cuts is on pace to reach the ballot as a grassroots movement continues its petition drive. Share on Facebook

Rangely Honor Roll announced

Rangely Jr./Sr. High School has announced the honor roll for the 2010/2011 school year. Share on Facebook

Kinder Cats visit town of Rangely

The town of Rangely’s gas department very much enjoys its annual visit from Dorothy Morrison, teacher’s assistant, and the Kinder Cats. Share on Facebook

School districts face cuts

As the legislature meets to balance next year’s budget, nearly $350 million in additional cuts to our children’s education are being proposed. Considering that we spend approximately $6,500 annually to educate a child in Colorado and $30,000 to incarcerate a person, these cuts call for careful reflection. In a fundamental sense the citizens of Colorado […]

Dr. Williams resigns post

A special meeting was called by the Rangely school board last Thursday to announce the resignation of its superintendent and to reinstate its junior/senior high school principal. Dr. Barry Williams, who had been the superintendent of Rangely schools since 2009, resigned March 22. Share on Facebook

Nieslanik named to President’s List

Meg M. Nieslanik from Spokane has earned placement on the Gonzaga University President’s List for fall semester 2010. Share on Facebook

Letter to the Editor: Meeker is providing ‘Safe Route to School’

Over a year ago, several community leaders all sat together at Town Hall to discuss the idea of getting our kids safely to the new elementary school. Share on Facebook