The Bureau of Land Management spent more than a week gathering wild horses in the Piceance-East Douglas area, where there was an estimated population of 380 wild horses. Cattoor Livestock Round-up, out of Utah, used a helicopter to gather 238 wild horses by Sept. 26. The BLM would like to manage approximately 135 wild horses in the area. Horses gathered and removed will be available for adoption at BLM’s Cañon City facility.
Oakley Hopkins of Rangely’s Planning Commission participated in Saturday’s “community visioning workshop,” part of the county’s master plan process. Related
Several people were present at the most recent meeting of the Rio Blanco County commissioners, where 10 vehicle bids were awarded, three of them to local vendor Northwest Auto Sales and Service. Related
Winter storms and cold, snow and ice are here, making it more challenging for letter carriers to deliver your mail. We’re in your neighborhood six days a week in every kind of weather. When snow […]