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 and 10thTaylor Morris — Reserve champion Hampshire and seventh market swine-crossbredsTaylor Neilson — Taylor’s steer qualified for sale and sold. […]
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, Jilly Bumguardner, Kolbi Franklin, Carly Nielsen, Mary Baylie, Savana May and Sierra Gomez, (back) Abby Morgan, Julia Keeler, Doak Mantle, […]
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.
Meeker Chamber of Commerce director Katelin Cook thanked area energy operators, including representatives from EnCana, Shell and Williams, and the 15 groups of volunteers who helped clean up Rio Blanco County Road 5 (Piceance Creek) last Saturday. Energy operators donated $500 to each non-profit group organized by Cook and Rangely 4-H coordinator Roxie Leischer. The […]
RBC | No outside horses are allowed at Columbine Park in Rangely or the fairgrounds in Meeker because of an outbreak of Equine Herpesvirus (EHV-1) in the state, which continues to be investigated by the Colorado Department of Agriculture.