Seniors: Trips for Traveling the World Safely by Marie Villeza

Your senior years are the perfect time to travel. 99 percent of Baby Boomers plan on taking at least one leisure trip throughout the year with many of them planning on multiple trips. To stay safe and have the best time, invest in travel insurance, share your itinerary with family and friends, and don’t take anything with you that you would cry over if lost or stolen.

Read more about how to prevent mishaps and enhance your trip here!

Read More
Family Business Matters- The Hume Family Delivers

This spring in our Matriarch issue we are featuring one of our favorite ladies of Rangely, Bea Hume. Her son, Bill Hume runs Nichols, newly painted and looking gorgeous, we thought sharing some of the roots of the past would be great so we pulled this amazing excerpt from Heather Zadra's story, Hume Family Delivers: A half century of service.

Read More
Top 3 Colorado State Parks of Western Colorado

Colorado features amazing scenery, outdoor getaways and if in-state, it's barely outside of your backyard. If you are looking for where to go, and what to do, check out our list of the Top 3 Parks of Western Colorado for inspiration!

Read More
Raven A-1 Over the Years- Ken Bailey

"Raven Park." That was an early name for the Rangely Basin. It was in the center of the Rangely dome into which the Raven Oil and Refining company sank its shallow wells during the early part of the Twentieth Century, and it was on the Raven Lease that the California Company (today, Chevron) sank the first well to successfully penetrate the Weber Sands oil zone a mile below the surface.

Read More
Creating Ambiance, Feeling Like Home

We love our local businesses and sponsors, one of the ones we love to peruse as it gets close to holidays is Sweetbriar, a home decor and gift shop that has many products you just wont find anywhere else. We thought you'd enjoy this excerpt from  Creating Ambiance, Feeling Like Home by Heather Zadra in Home on the Rangely's Volume 2, Issue 2 article.

Read More
Top 5 Changes to Big Game Hunting In Colorado for 2018

The 2018 Hunting Season is just around the corner and we noticed some changes in this year's brochure. From Shed Hunting restrictions, to Youth Licenses, we have the top changes for the 2018 Big Game Hunting Season, so be sure to check it out. License Applications are due April 3rd, 2018, mark your calendar!

Read More
Top 4 April Events on Colorado's Western Slope

With the weather warming up, it is time to head back out-o-door's in the Wild and Remote West! After scouring the Western Slope we bring to you our round-up of events worth traveling to in April. These are our top three events for this month, tune in next month for May's line up! 

Read More
Coming of Age in a Sonic Playground

The TANK Center for Sonic Arts is opening in May, kicking off its 3rd season of community programming and recording sessions. We thought you'd enjoy the excerpt from Samantha Wade: Finding Her Voice,  an exclusive interview with Samantha Wade telling the story of coming of age in a sonic playground with the TANK Center for Sonic Arts crew alongside. Found in Volume 2 Issue 5 of Western Colorado's Home on the Range (ly) - a journal of historic and contemporary life in the wild and remote west, you can read the entire story here.

Read More
Going West: Best Places to Stop on Your Way Through Colorado

While skiing gets the limelight, Colorado offers an amazing variety of places and things to visit throughout the state. One of the best ways to see a wide array of options in Colorado is by car (or OHV, or foot, or bike) and drive through it. This provides the most autonomy and allows travelers to visit elusive and iconic spots on their own schedule. If you are planning a trip through Colorado, use some of these ideas for pit-stops along the way.

Read More
Rangely CNCC Flight Team Going to Nationals!

The CNCC Flight Teams qualified for NIFA Nationals and are trying to fund their goal to attend the competition, give them a hand and click here!! 

Read More
Waving Hands Celebrates 10 Years!

The "Waving Hands Review" has a final deadline of February 15th so be sure to get your submissions in asap!

Read More
2017 Artists in the Tank

In 2017 there were many artists that visited The TANK. Some only released videos, and some have albums you can listen to or purchase. One particular artists seeks to heal others through her harp music! Be sure to check it out!

Read More