DeLayne Glee Merritt (formerly Kracht) of Meeker was one of the law school graduates admitted to the Colorado Bar Association during a ceremony Monday at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House in Denver.
Matthew Allen Pearce of Meeker received a master’s degree from the University of Oklahoma in Norman during spring graduation ceremonies.
We will be leaving Rangely soon and would like to take this time to thank the entire community for being kind, caring and always supportive.
There will be a workshop from 6:30-8:30 p.m. May 26 at the Fairfield Center for anyone concerned about the impacts of oil shale development and water use.
The annual 27-hole, two-man scramble golf tournament, played last Saturday, May 16 at the Meeker Golf Course was sponsored this year by Berry Brothers Construction and featured 30 teams divided into two flights.
Just in time for this Memorial Day, there’s a new memorial recognizing area veterans.
The Panther track and field team took three athletes to the state championships last weekend and brought home three medals.
Rules and laws are drafted in order to protect the public and are expected to be obeyed.
Veterans of Foreign Wars and American Legion Posts all across the nation are discontinuing crosses on veterans’ graves on Memorial Day, due to less membership in our Posts.
Residents on Darius Avenue had to do without water during the day last week — at least for a few days. But now they have a new sewer line.
The Casto twins are home. We would like to say how much we appreciate the outpouring of support from the wonderful residents of Rangely.
Freshman standout Kathryn Doll saved her best for the most important meet of the season.