Kate Nowak, executive director and geo-community energy coordinator for Yampa Valley Partners, spoke to the Rangely Community Networking Group about the regional energy education plan.
When the Rangely High School Class of 2011 graduates next month, two long-time Rangely educators will commence their retirement. Jeff Miller and Mary Lansing have been teachers or administrators for a combined 61 years.
The brilliant Maya Angelou said, “When we give cheerfully and accept gratefully, everyone is blessed.” These words are a perfect description of Meeker old-timers Dale and Emma Lou Frisby.
Temperatures outside have been cold recently but Ken and Betty Hayden offered a warm welcome to the Rangely home where they’ve lived for more than 50 years. Family photos, rewards from their hobbies and part […]
The Rio Blanco Water Conservancy District board of directors met last Wednesday for its annual boater/users meeting.
The town of Meeker established the recycling center in 2003 on the south end of Third Street.
Bill Jordan has spent countless hours promoting the Meeker Range Call Celebration and the Rio Blanco County Fair for more than 26 years with a spirit of compassion and service.