RANGELY I Rio Blanco County history runs deep, and there is no better evidence of this than the verbal history handed down through generations. Along with the land his family lives on, the ideals of […]
MEEKER I “Dec. 7, 1941 – a date which will live in infamy…” These words were spoken by President Franklin D. Roosevelt following the attack on Pearl Harbor.
MEEKER I “I love everything about it, helping families and knowing what we are doing is good,” Patti Arrington said about the Giving Tree project she helps spearhead.
RANGELY I The Western Rio Blanco Recreation Center will never be quite the same after this week.
RBC I Local pilot David Cole is a “frequent flyer” for LightHawk, a nonprofit group that seeks to “champion environmental protection through the unique perspective of flight.” Cole recently piloted flights over portions of the Panama […]
MEEKER I Those who are brought up in the homes of hardworking people often become hard workers themselves. Hardworking describes Bill and Phyllis Schoenhal perfectly.
MEEKER I How many people can say they have had the same best friend since first grade? Norma and Betty Oldland share far more than a last name.
Rangely has witnessed the ups and downs of the energy industry over the years. Since 1947, through these highs and lows, the Humes have done their part to maintain small-town business and offer services in […]
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.