RANGELY I The Rangely Jr/ Sr High School ended the first semester with some Christmas spirit. The Rangely Student Council hosted a school-wide canned food drive to collect non-perishables for the food bank. Every class from sixth to 12th grade was encouraged to help support their class and the community by bringing in canned goods. The classes competed against each other to see who could collect the most cans. At the end of the week all the canned goods were collected and tallied. The seniors won this year with more than 300 cans. Overall, the entire school collected more than 700 cans to be donated to the Rangely Food Bank. Rangely Jr/Sr High worked hard to do their part in helping out the Rangely community and the canned food drive was a huge success.
An annual non-denominational Easter sunrise service is held three miles south of Rangely. Local pastors rotate the brief music and message time. Some 60 people attended this year’s service, which was followed by a community […]
RANGELY I The needs haven’t changed. If anything, they have increased. That’s why the leaders of a moms’ support group decided to keep all of their efforts — and money — local.