RBC I Host families are needed for 65 inbound Japanese boys and girls, ages 12-21, coming to Colorado through the 2012 inbound Colorado-Japan Teen Exchange. Hosting dates are July 23-Aug. 18 or July 25-Aug. 18.
RBC I Thanks to the generous support of Encana and Shane and Kathy Mecham, nine members of the Rio Blanco County 4-H judging team traveled to Phoenix to attend the Arizona National Livestock Show (ANLS) […]
Macy Collins — Goats–10th and 11th; sheep–seventh and 10th; meat pen for rabbits–10th and 11th; single meat rabbit reserve champion; junior breeding heifer–fourth in showmanship and champion shorthorn plus heiferTrey Morris — Market swine crossbreds–ninth […]
Unit 3 Junior Leather CarvingKenzie Turner – Grand ChampionUnit 3 Intermediate Leather CarvingSophia Belland – 9th placeUnit 8 Intermediate Advanced Creative StampingCasey Turner – 5th place
4-H & Open Dog ShowMonday, Aug. 1, 2011 4-H Hi Point Hi Point Champion Dog Obedience & Showmanship – Macy Collins Donated by Rio Blanco County Abstract Company
RANGELY I The Rio Blanco County Fair got underway last weekend with the horse events. Within every event lies a history of volunteerism aimed at making that event a great learning experience for the children.
Members of the Meeker Cake ‘n’ Bakers 4-H club formed teams to compete in the Ultimate Team Cake Decorating Challenge last week and pictured with their creations are (front) Jacob Pelloni, MaKayla Jones, Tevin Seacrest, […]
Market Swine: Overall Grand Champion-Brittany Babineaux
Meeker 4-H council president Taylor Neilson accepts a $15,000 donation check from Matt Briney, Piceance operations superintendent for ExxonMobil Production.
RANGELY I A large delegation of western Rio Blanco 4-H livestock judges attended the Casper College Livestock Judging Camp in Casper, Wyo., June 27-29.
Ann Franklin with Lucy (2 1/2-year-old Golden Doodle), Arlene Estes with Deuce (3-year-old Border Collie) and Toby Smith with Max (3 1/2-year old Standard Poodle).
RBC I This is the time of year that 4-H and FFA members from Rio Blanco County are working diligently to complete their projects.