Rangely Police Chief Vince Wilczek led the charge of 38 persons crazy enough to plunge into Kenney Reservoir on Saturday to raise funds for Western Colorado Special Olympics. There were roughly 160 people present to witness the first-ever Western Colorado Polar Plunge into the 39-degree water at the reservoir, according to organizer Norian James, a sports medicine caregiver for Special Olympics. It was cold enough that some of the contestants were seen wiping tears out of their eyes.
RANGELY | Rangely Town Manager Lisa Piering told the board of trustees Tuesday they are invited to attend the Moffat County Affiliated Junior College District Board of Control meeting on Oct. 21 in Craig to […]
RANGELY — The Rangely Special Olympics basketball team traveled to Lakewood on March 21-22 to compete at the Special Olympics State Basketball tournament at the Gold Crown Field House.