A great man died in Ranger last Wednesday night. His loss, so sudden, so without warning has taken our breath away, left us unsettled. There is the sadness over losing his steadfast friendship. There’s the sadness from being reminded that vibrant lives expire on their own schedule. Every once in awhile we realize that important history is cruelly writing its next chapter. This is one chapter I never wished to read.
Members of the Ranger Veterans Support Group place flags at Evergreen Cemetery in Ranger on Memorial Day in honor and recognition of our Veterans. Photo courtesy of Larry Monroe
The Ranger Veterans Support Group will meet Tuesday, June 9th. We will have masks available and also hand sanitzier. We will seat six feet apart.
Most of the daily life on campus at Ranger College came to a screeching halt in March in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Things are, however, slowly getting back to normal - or as normal as things can be on the college’s three campuses.
BRECKENRIDGE--Randy Braim, age 55 of Ranger, passed away Tuesday, May 26, 2020.
Scholarships help those who need financial assistance with their post high school education. Parents may be pushed to their financial bills, but have a longing for a new career. A college kid may find while in college, and maybe even working, they are still struggling to keep up with bills. Everyone has a different financial situation and those who have fewer financial advantages sometimes need a boost.