There were roughly 160 persons on hand on Nov. 14 to watch 38 people jump into an icy Kenney Reservoir to raise funds for Western Colorado Special Olympics. It was the first-ever Western Colorado Polar Plunge into the 39-degree water at the reservoir, according to organizer Norian James, a sports medicine caregiver for Colorado Northwestern Community College athletics. Some people laughed so hard they were brought to tears when Roger Polley and his son were jumping in.
The following exciting classes are still available for registration: High Altitude Tomato Canning—Sept. 16; Graphology: Handwriting Analysis—Oct. 3; Computer Classes—Microsoft Word—Oct. 11; Microsoft Excel—Nov. 8, and PowerPoint—Dec. 6; Mosaic Workshop—Exciting craft class—Oct. 14-15; Food Safety […]
On Friday, Rangely Mayor Frank Huitt, left, accompanies Colorado Northwest Community College President Russell George as he gives an update and tour of the renovation and expansion of the Rector Science Building on the Rangely […]
RANGELY I On Feb. 3, Colorado Northwestern Community College (CNCC) President Russell George and paleontologist Elizabeth “Liz” Johnson, together with Ruth Welch, the Colorado state director of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), signed an […]