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The TANK: A signature venue of the Western Slope that is – like Rangely -- “way outside ordinary!”

One of Colorado's best-kept secrets – a performance and recording venue in a soaring empty water tower tank outside Rangely, Colorado – is becoming known as a world-class sonic wonder. Rescued and renovated in 2013 by a group of town residents, far-flung musicians and sound-lovers calling themselves "Friends of the Tank," The TANK is open to the public today. The TANK Center for Sonic Arts, as it is formally known, hosts visitors from around the globe for concerts, recording sessions and everyday sonic adventure in its rich, swirling reverberation.
RANGELY, CO
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Rangely, Colorado: The town where OHVs roam

The only designated natural rock crawling park in Colorado is located a few miles southwest of the Town of Rangely. Lucky members of the Rangely Rock Crawling Club – and OHVers who come to town just for the thrill – can access one of the largest areas in the country to climb – more than 560 acres of natural terrain designated by the Bureau of Land Management as a four-wheel drive park. Rangely is OHV-friendly – most residents own at least one. Visitors and residents alike can hop on an OHV and ride to the trails and Rock Crawling Park...
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Crews back to work on highway surface treatment on CO 64 and US 40

Moffat & Rio Blanco Counties — The Colorado Department of Transportation has restarted work on Colorado Highway 64 and US Highway 40. Crews returned after the planned winter shutdown for the highway surface treatment and upgrade project. During the 2021 construction season, crews worked on overlay on both roadways, pavement markings and bringing guardrails up to new standards.
CRAIG, CO
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ROCKin’ out in Rangely, Colo.

The only designated natural rock crawling park in Colorado is located a few miles southwest of the Town of Rangely. Lucky members of the Rangely Rock Crawling Club – and OHVers who come to town – can access one of the largest areas in the country to climb – more than 560 acres of natural terrain designated by the Bureau of Land Management as a four-wheel drive park, offering a well-developed trail system for off-highway vehicles (dirt bikes, all-terrain vehicles [ATVs], utility-terrain vehicles [UTVs], side by sides [SxS’], three wheelers and buggies, and 4X4s, as well as plated, street-legal vehicles, full-size fx4s or plated motorcycles when operating on public lands and /or OHV designated trails in Colorado). In Colorado, an OHV sticker must be issued by the State to ride on federal lands.
RANGELY, CO
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KRAI News for Thursday, April 28

KRAI News by Shannon Lukens. The Bureau of Land Management is now reporting the total number of fatalities of wild horses at the holding pen in Canon City is now at 87. This is since Saturday. An independent veterinarian and a federal veterinarian are on-site to help diagnose and treat animals. Horses showing signs of contagious illness are quarantined from the population. More on the story.
CANON CITY, CO
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Eagles sweep CNCC for second time this season

Alongside the USUE baseball team, the Eagles softball team traveled to Rangely, Colorado to take on the winless Colorado Northwestern Spartans. The Eagles showed no faults as they took care of business with a sweep over the Spartans. In a rainy game one, the Eagles took care of the Spartans...
RANGELY, CO
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Eastern takes three of four from Colorado Northwestern

To move within just two games of Southern Nevada for third place in the SWAC, Eastern traveled to Rangely, Colorado last weekend and took three out of four games from Colorado Northwestern. Game one started with a Ty Barker home run that set the tone for the Eagles as they...
RANGELY, CO
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KRAI News for Tuesday, April 26

KRAI News by Shannon Lukens. Fifty-seven horses have died at the Bureau of Land Management Wild Horse facility in Canon City since Saturday. That’s out of 2,550 at the holding facility there. Here’s Steven Hall with the BLM. The facility is under a voluntary quarantine as the BLM...
MOFFAT COUNTY, CO

Rangely, Colorado is Open for Business

The U.S. economic landscape is changing, and Rangely, CO is changing with it! The town is on a mission to diversify, in preparation for the future. Town residents include skilled workers, including those with experience in the trade industry and others who are entering the workforce after attending Colorado Northwestern Community College (CNCC), which was among the top five community colleges in the nation whose graduates earn the highest salaries, according to Newsweek magazine. The college, which is a great asset to the community, also offers free tuition to residents.
RANGELY, CO
Craig Daily Press

Pipi’s Pasture: This and that with one helpful tip from a reader

This week’s column is a bit of this and a bit of that. First of all, I’m happy to share something that I enjoy a lot. Every now and then I receive a note or phone call from a reader who wants to share a memory, is looking for a recipe, or has a suggestion about one of the dilemmas that I have written about in my column. Hearing from readers is what I enjoy most about writing my column.
RANGELY, CO
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The Great Outdoors Is Her Sanctuary

On Easter morning, I will celebrate the glory of the Resurrection—but not inside a church. I’ll be standing by a cross on a hillside, surrounded by sagebrush and cedar trees, miles from civilization in the foothills of northwest Colorado. With a handful of other early risers, I will brave the cold as the sun ascends over the distant snow-capped mountains.
RANGELY, CO
Craig Daily Press

CNCC opening guaranteed admissions pathway for nursing

Would-be future nursing students at Colorado Northwestern Community College will soon be able to feel confident they will progress to a nursing degree at the college. CNCC is instituting a “guaranteed admissions pathway” for nursing students that begin their prerequisites at the college — whether that happens at the Craig campus, where the nursing school is, or at the school’s Rangely campus. That means pre-nursing students can ensure they will be accepted to the nursing program in Craig when they begin their studies at a CNCC campus, as long as they meet certain basic requirements.
CRAIG, CO
Steamboat Pilot & Today

Sailors baseball wins over Rangely

The Steamboat Springs High School baseball team picked up a pair of wins at Rangely on Wednesday, March 23. The Sailors opened the doubleheader with a 15-11 victory and won a shortened game two 6-3. Steamboat gave up seven runs in the bottom of the second and trailed 10-4 through...
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