RANGELY | Trustees for the Town of Rangely heard a proposal for a magazine that would help advertise the town locally and regionally from business owner Beth Wiley at the Sept. 27 meeting. Wiley has been responsible for the advertising inserts mailed with the town’s utility bills and now wants to create a full-fledged magazine. She’s […]
Dear Editor: I would like to take this opportunity to thank the citizens of Rangely for allowing me to serve you for the last 12 years (eight years as council member and four years as mayor).
RANGELY I Two weeks after the Rangely Town Council election results rolled in, future town trustees Andy Key, Trey Robie and Tyson Hacking as well as new Mayor Joseph Nielsen are ready to get to work. Nielsen, who ran for mayor unopposed, expressed pleasure at the high voter turnout the election garnered.
RANGELY I After serving a four-year term as a town trustee and a year as mayor pro tem, Joseph Nielsen made the decision to run for Rangely mayor in this spring’s town election. Nielsen, who is running unopposed, sees the job as a vital one to the community.
RANGELY I René Harden has been a Rangely resident for 15 years, and after a decade and a half of living, working and developing relationships within the town she has decided to run for Rangely Town Trustee.
RANGELY I Rangely business owner and artist Elizabeth Wiley is one of 10 candidates running for election to the three open seats on the Rangely Town Council this spring.
The Parkview Elementary School fourth/fifth-grade choir, led by Sarah Campbell, performed for the Rangely School Board at its meeting Jan. 19.
RBC I The filing deadline for nomination petitions to be turned in for the Meeker and Rangely town council elections was 5 p.m. on Monday, and there are enough candidates this year to have elections in both towns. According to Meeker Town Clerk Lisa Cook, Mayor Regas Halandras filed his qualified petition for re-election to […]
RANGELY I On Jan. 12, the Rangely Town Council and Rio Blanco County Commissioner Jeff Eskelson along with county Economic Development Director Katelin Cook met with the Better City group via phone conference to discuss funding and next steps in the process of redeveloping the town’s economic footing.
RANGELY I This coming spring, the Town of Rangely will be electing several new members to the Town Board of Trustees, or Town Council, including the position of mayor and three town trustees, referred to as council members. Mayor Frank Huitt will be leaving his position and is prevented from seeking re-election as mayor by […]