The summer that was so reluctant to arrive is now dragging its feet about leaving. Fall officially starts this week, but with temperatures still in the 80s and 90s, it feels more like mid-summer. The […]
RBC I The Rangely and Meeker cross country teams competed last Friday at the Grand Junction Cross Country Invitational, along with 15 other schools. There were 173 boy runners. Rangely boys’ team placed 10th. Here […]
Fall is officially here, so let the grousing begin. All of the complaints about the cold season to come seem to prepare everyone for winter weather. Winter seems to be the only season that escapes […]
The Rangely Museum’s Ice Cream Social and contest could not have happened without the help of all the volunteers, staff, entertainment and our special demonstrators. What a fun time we had. The demonstrators were new […]
Eugene Shaw Sept. 19, 1914~June 12, 2010 Lt. Col. Eugene A. Shaw, U.S. Army retired, 95, of Charlottesville, Va., died peacefully in his sleep on Saturday, June 12, 2010, in Louisa, Va. Born Sept. 19, […]
RANGELY I Graveside services for Sue Steele, wife of Jim Steele, were held Tuesday at the family ranch on Little Foundation Creek near the head of Douglas Creek.
MEEKER I “We played much, much better,” Meeker volleyball coach Christy Atwood said of her team’s matches in Hayden last Saturday. The Lady Cowboys lost to the host team in a non-league game, before pushing […]
I am writing to congratulate and thank the Tea Party movement for their phenomenal performance in the Colorado gubernatorial race. Due to their “toss-out-the-incumbent-no-matter-their-positions-on-issues-or-level-of-competence” demeanor and utterly disastrous organizational framework, they have managed to vote […]