RBC I Colorado cavers have been notified that all Colorado, South Dakota and most Wyoming public caves with the U.S. Forest Service will be closed, starting July 19, to protect bats from White-Nose Syndrome, which is caused by fungus and disturbs the animals during hibernation, weakening them enough to often kill them. The closure order would include Spring Cave, a source said. The order will be in effect for 12 months, according to the Colorado Caves website.
RBC I While the state’s Democratic Party scrambled to find a gubernatorial candidate to replace Bill Ritter, locally, the governor’s decision not to seek reelection didn’t come as a complete surprise. Related
Photo by Joe Tosh Sombrero Ranches drove an estimated 650 horses from Browns Park, where they are wintered, to Big Gulch Ranch approximately 11 miles west of Craig last weekend. Related
RBC | The Meeker School District and Rio Blanco County are again offering our annual tech recycling program for Rio Blanco County citizens. Bring your old tech (computers, TVs, cell phones, printers, monitors, radios, etc.) […]