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.
With uncommon faith, vision and determination, the citizens of Rangely and Western Rio Blanco, acting through their local school district and in alliance with Mesa College, put into motion this most improbable of accomplishments — […]
RANGELY | Colton Onyett of Rangely, Colo., is part of the McNeese State University rodeo team. After competing in five rodeos this fall, the team is ranked No. 5 in the nation by the National […]
RBC I Colorado Northwestern Community College’s new president, Ronald Granger, began his tenure in Rangely on Monday Granger made his first appearance as president at the Rangely Junior College District Board of Trustees meeting on […]