Members of the Rangely 4-H Council received help from a few members of CNCC’s Phi Theta Kappa on a recent 4-H community service project at the Radino Center. Helping with the project were Layne Mecham, Marco Sanchez, Landon Mecham, Shelby Neiberger, Amber Tellez-Duran, Deserai Lapp, 4-H coordinator Roxie Leischer, Shauna Lapp, Samantha Lapp, Lil’ D Smuts, RaeLynn Norman, Trenton Files, AJ Garner, Kacie Lapp, and Del Garner. Rangely 4-H members also created a float for the Christmasfest Parade of Lights and won first place.
Rangely College separated from Mesa College in 1970 and in July of 1974, Rangely College officially became Colorado Northwestern Community College, a name change that reflected the many communities the College was serving.
Janany Yulilis (2) and Miranda Miller (10), members of the Colorado Northwestern Community College Spartan volleyball team, worked the net as a well-oiled team against Eastern Utah on Oct. 22, pulling out a win against […]