Dan Eddy, from the Rio Blanco Water Conservancy District said the water was flowing over the Taylor Dam spillway at up to 4,500 cubic feet per second (cfs). “I haven’t seen it this high since ’95,” Eddy said of the river, when it reached 4,750 cfs. Eddy said the White River rushed at 6,440 cfs near Rangely in 1984. Eddy suggested visiting http://waterdata.usgs.gov for real time water flow in Rio Blanco County and the country.
RANGELY I Adolfson & Peterson Construction, the contractor for the new Rangely District Hospital, will host a subcontractor and supplier informational meeting at the existing RDH on Tuesday, Sept. 28, from noon to 4 p.m. […]
Market Steer Class 1701 – Stacy Fitzgibbons, 7th place Class 1706 – Madison Shults, 5th place Class 1709 – Mcclaine Shults, 6th place Market Heifer Class 1752 – Hillary Hayes, 2nd place and sale qualifier […]
Madi Shults reached down deep and beat the “first loser” demon and won senior high individual overall and reasons while Macy Collins won another individual junior high individual champion “chip” and reasons, gaining her third […]