Stockgrowers’ annual gathering…

Ed Coryell, left, was honored at the Rio Blanco County Stockgrowers’ Association dinner on Saturday for his 35 years of service as Colorado Brand Inspector. A good crowd was on hand for the group’s annual meeting on Saturday afternoon and the dinner and dance Saturday night. The award was presented by Stockgrowers’ Association President Kelly Sheridan, right.

 Ed Coryell, left, was honored at the Rio Blanco County Stockgrowers’ Association dinner on Saturday for his 35 years of service as Colorado Brand Inspector. A good crowd was on hand for the group’s annual meeting on Saturday afternoon and the dinner and dance Saturday night. The award was presented by Stockgrowers’ Association President Kelly Sheridan, right.
Ed Coryell, left, was honored at the Rio Blanco County Stockgrowers’ Association dinner on Saturday for his 35 years of service as Colorado Brand Inspector. A good crowd was on hand for the group’s annual meeting on Saturday afternoon and the dinner and dance Saturday night. The award was presented by Stockgrowers’ Association President Kelly Sheridan, right.

Guest speaker at the Rio Blanco County Stockgrowers’ Association annual meeting on Saturday in Meeker was Brad Petch of the Colorado Division of Parks and Wildlife. Petch shared an update regarding the various types of sage grouse in the state and their status in relation to federal, state and local efforts to save the different grouse through the Endangered Species Act.
Guest speaker at the Rio Blanco County Stockgrowers’ Association annual meeting on Saturday in Meeker was Brad Petch of the Colorado Division of Parks and Wildlife. Petch shared an update regarding the various types of sage grouse in the state and their status in relation to federal, state and local efforts to save the different grouse through the Endangered Species Act.