Following the Club 20 Western Slope candidate forums in Grand Junction Saturday morning, Colorado State Senate District 8 candidate Emily Tracy, D-Breckenridge, and her husband, Del Bush, traveled to Rangely, specifically to check up on the TANK they’d heard so much about. On the right she experiences the Tank with John and Mickey Allen, and former Rangely mayor Paula Davis. Tracy said, “The TANK is a unique and special place. I was amazed how the acoustics allow sounds to reverberate and sustain for 15 seconds or more, creating almost mesmerizing vocal or instrumental music. She sees how it might increase Rangely visitors wanting to learn more about it as it’s really not to be missed. “Once you experience it you will want to return,” she said. Senate District 8 includes Rio Blanco County as well as Garfield, Grand, Jackson, Moffat, Routt and Summit counties. reed kelley photo
RBC I In their second question-and-answer session in a little more than a week, the three candidates for a seat on the Rio Blanco County Commission again took turns trying to distinguish themselves from the […]
RANGELY | There will be a community meeting regarding the Keep Rangely Kids First-Vote Yes on 3A and 5A Mill Levy on Tuesday, Oct. 9, beginning at 7 p.m. at Parkview Elementary School.
MEEKER | There are five candidates for four four-year terms on the Meeker Board of Education (BOE). These candidates are Bill deVergie, Bud Ridings, Davey Smith, Laurie Whiteman Simonsen and Todd Shults. Ridings is the […]