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Ranch Rodeo a perennial local favorite

MEEKER I Following the annual Range Call Parade on Saturday the annual Ranch Rodeo will begin with a calcutta at 1:30 p.m. at the Rio Blanco County Fairgrounds. Share on Facebook

Meeker’s Lane Anderson already a state champ, goes to nationals

MEEKER I Lane Anderson will be a seventh-grader at Barone Middle School this fall, yet he has already won a state rodeo title before completing the sixth grade, and he just finished competing in the National Junior High Rodeo Finals in Des Moines, Iowa, last week. Share on Facebook

Deena Norell appears in magazine, qualifies for National HS Rodeo Finals

MEEKER I Deena Norell, 18, of Meeker, is featured in the July issue of Spin to Win Rodeo magazine in a featured article about breakaway roping titled “Whiz Kids.“ In addition, she will be competing in the National High School Finals Rodeo this week. Share on Facebook

Happy 4th of July…

The Range Call Celebration started because of a rodeo and is the oldest annual rodeo in the State of Colorado, performing for 128 years, with two professional rodeos in 2013. Share on Facebook

Showdown not slowed down by rain

— CNCC Spartan bull riders earn top honors at inaugural event — RANGELY I Rainy spring weather didn’t keep Colorado Northwestern Community College (CNCC) bull riders from earning top honors at the inaugural Spartan Showdown Rodeo over the weekend. Share on Facebook

CNCC rodeo fields first complete team

RANGELY I After more than a year of preparation and another year operating at half-strength, Colorado Northwestern Community College rodeo will field a complete team at this year’s National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association (NIRA) competitions. Share on Facebook

Range Call ~ Oldest in state

MEEKER I Since 1938, the small town of Meeker Colorado has celebrated our western heritage with its annual Range Call festival. In honor of keeping tradition alive, the Range Call Rodeo is a big part of the fun. Share on Facebook

Bull riding new event

Columbine Park will be rockin’ this weekend. Not with loud guitars and bangin’ drums. But with cowboys and some of the meanest, baddest behemoths around. Share on Facebook

Fritzlan received buckle for steer roping

RANGELY — Colten Fritzlan of Rangely received his buckle for outstanding steer roper from the Flat Tops Rodeo Bible Camp. Share on Facebook