Do you have your Rangely Comic book yet?- Ken Bailey

DO YOU HAVE YOUR RANGELY COMIC BOOK YET? They are available at the Rangely Library -- for sale ($15 each), and they also have an additional copy available for reading there (free) if desired. This issue took an entire summer to create -- by a former Rangely resident, no less! -- and features a 1960's version of the town, fictionalized, when the oil derricks were still standing and you never knew who might turn up at the Homecoming Parade if an evil villain tried to knock them down!

The money remains local -- all funds raised will go to the Rangely Outdoor Museum as a donation from the artist.

C'mon, Rangely People! You thrill to authors who once called Rangely home, to shepherd who create art on trees and rocks, to those who see art in old Railroad Tanks and put forth the effort to make it happen. How many Rangely ex-natives have created a local comic book? This may never happen again, so it may be a once-in a lifetime chance....

The Library has six copies available for sale, and I have five more ready to send if those six move. Last I checked, there had been no response yet (at all) to this offer. Let's not leave old EnergyGirl in the lurch...