Although the phrase is commonly attributed to the Joe Friday character on Dragnet (a popular TV show in the 1950s), it was actually coined as part of a Dragnet parody. Nevertheless, it makes for a good rule of thumb in journalism. On any given day, emails and phone calls (and sometimes live, warm bodies) come […]
Photos courtesy of WRBM Recreation & Park District and Caitlin Walker
RBC I This year’s free Septemberfest concert on Labor Day Monday will feature country artist Kaleb Austin. Austin’s debut recording was released in April 2014. Since then he has played more than 250 shows around the Western states, touring with bands like Chris Young and Gloriana. He is now preparing for his upcoming album and […]
Editor’s Note: This article was originally printed in the 2013 Septemberfest section of the Herald Times. RANGELY I Over the course of its history, Septemberfest has evolved in unforeseen and often colorful ways. And, as long-running events in a community tend to do, the event’s history and past have begun to take on subtle qualities […]
RANGELY I The annual WRBM Septemberfest cribbage tournament will be held Sunday, Sept. 4 beginning at 2 p.m. at the Rangely Elks Club at 633 Main St. This year’s tournament will be a single-play, double-elimination format. Tournament participation is $10 per person. All are welcome to participate.
RBC I Columbine Park will be rockin’ this weekend. Not with loud guitars and bangin’ drums. But with cowboys and some of the meanest, baddest behemoths around.
RANGELY I Two months after The TANK International Center for Sonic Arts opened to the public, organizers are reflecting on a summer of transitions and looking ahead to the reverberant sound space’s future.
RANGELY I Fall in Rangely is full of many traditions: hunting season, kids returning to school, changing of the leaves and the crown jewel of Rangely fun, Septemberfest.