William Scoggins, left, a senior at Rangely High School, is the recipient of the $10,000 four-year EnCana Scholarship awarded last week at the school by EnCana production coordinator Fred Slagle, right. The scholarship can be used at any four-year college or university. It is awarded directly to the student to be used for any college-related financial need such as tuition, fees, room, board, textbooks or rent, etc. Applicants must: reside in an area where EnCana operates; declare an energy-related field of study in petroleum, chemical, mechanical or environmental engineering, geology or geophysics; attend a four-year university or technical/trade program; and demonstrate a solid academic record.
RANGELY — On Friday Feb. 20 at 7 p.m., RHS girls’ basketball will be hosting the RHS alumni basketball game.
RANGELY I In its first league match of the season, Rangely showed why it’s considered a favorite to win the Western Slope. The Lady Panthers beat De Beque in three games.