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 […]
The regular monthly meeting of the Meeker 4-H Council was held on May 5, 2011, at the Extension Office Kitchen.
Bill Jordan has spent countless hours promoting the Meeker Range Call Celebration and the Rio Blanco County Fair for more than 26 years with a spirit of compassion and service.
MEEKER I The Meeker 4-H Council was held Feb. 1 at the Extension Office. President Taylor Neilson called the meeting to order. Stephen Walsh led the pledges. Attendees introduced themselves and described their projects.
RANGELY I Sunday’s 2010 Rangely 4-H Achievement Night celebrated the clubs’ successes. While 4-H members and their families enjoyed a potluck dinner, the Panther Country 4-H Club, Chipigitt, Cloverbuds, Makin’ Bacon, and Fish Buddies 4-H […]
RANGELY | The Rangely 4-H Community Council has been busy in the last three months. The council was in charge of organizing the fireworks booth again this year and happily had a great turnout from […]
MEEKER I There were greater rewards this year for hog exhibitors at the Colorado State Fair. The Showmaster Showdown, a competition that awarded the top youth hog exhibitor with a $1,000 college savings bond, 100 […]
Local results of livestock judging at Colorado State Fair in Pueblo: 3306-Market Goats-Mediumweight Macy Collins Meeker CO Rio Blanco Market Goats Theodore 4
MEEKER I The fair has rounded up for Rio Blanco County, and some exhibits and animals are participating at the Colorado State Fair. Congratulations to all participants at the county fair. I would like to […]
RANGELY I The 4-H Sport-fishing club, The Fish Buddies, started meeting in May and the members have been extremely busy since. During the May meeting, members C.J. Lucero, Anthony Martin, Landon Rowley, Caleb and Evan […]
The Rio Blanco County livestock judging team competed at the Tri-River Area contest on June 5 in Loma. The senior team of Maclaine Shults, Morgan Neilson and Stacey Fitzgibbons won the senior division.
RANGELY | The Rangely 4-H council met June 7 with four members attending. RaeLynn Norman, Shelby Neiberger, Torie Slagle and Tessa Slagle started the meeting in a competition of building “humans” with PVC pipe.