Dan Eddy, from the Rio Blanco Water Conservancy District said the water was flowing over the Taylor Dam spillway at up to 4,500 cubic feet per second (cfs). “I haven’t seen it this high since ’95,” Eddy said of the river, when it reached 4,750 cfs. Eddy said the White River rushed at 6,440 cfs near Rangely in 1984. Eddy suggested visiting http://waterdata.usgs.gov for real time water flow in Rio Blanco County and the country.
Just like Range Call’s 125th anniversary celebration, Meeker’s Fourth of July fireworks show will be a big deal. Really big. “I would have to say, it will be the biggest show on the Western Slope,” […]
Cedar Ridges Golf Course Saturday in Rangely
RANGELY I The Lady Panthers lost their rematch with Altamont, Utah, but the score was closer than the first meeting.