Hoot Gibson, Commander of V.F.W. Post 5162 in Rangely, recently presented a maquette of the Veterans’ Memorial to Rangely mayor Frank Huitt (trustees Clayton Gohr and Brad Casto are also pictured) at a recent town council meeting in recognition of the town’s financial support of the project. Veterans in Rio Blanco County have been raising funds to erect statues of bigger than life modern-day soldiers in Meeker and Rangely.
RBC I Independence Day is celebrated because of the brave soldiers serving in the armed forces, fighting and defending the Constitution of the United States and the rights it provides all Americans. Range Call has […]
By ALEXIS WILEY | Special to the Herald Times EDITOR’S NOTE: Rangely High School senior Alexis Wiley wrote the winning essay for the Rangely VFW’s annual Voice of Democracy scholarship contest. This year’s theme was […]
RANGELY I Hefley Park renovations are on schedule for a Veterans Day dedication Tuesday of Rangely’s “Sacrifice and Resolution” sculpture, Western Rio Blanco Metropolitan (WRBM) Executive Director Tim Webber said Monday.