A grand re-opening of Elks Park in Rangely was held Saturday last to celebrate the improvements to the park in the past year. Inflatables were set up for the kids and more than 100 people enjoyed “surf and turf” or hot dogs. A rib cook-off was won by Ryan Huitt, Brad Casto finished second, Dave Zikafose was third and John Fischer finished fourth. Rib judge Barry Swenson stated he would “pay top dollar in any restaurant for any of the ribs in the contest.”
RANGELY — The Rangely Boy Scouts of the LDS Church will hold a community fund-raiser
RANGELY | Contest is Saturday, July 1, at Elks Park. You may begin cooking no earlier than 8 a.m. and judging will be at 3 p.m. If you need more information on cooking time please […]
RANGELY | William’s Brothers Band in concert at Elks Park in Rangely on Friday, Aug. 11 at 6:30 p.m. Free. Sponsored by Western Rio Blanco Metropolitan Rec and Park District.