Meeker Town Manager Scott Meszaros was fortunate Sept. 23 to be the first person to ever harvest a Shiras moose in the Upper White River Basin/Flattops Wilderness Region. Four permits (two bulls, two cows) were issued this first year of hunting moose in the area and he was the only person to choose the early bow hunt. By the date of his harvest, Meszaros also became the first person to harvest a moose in this area. Meszaros said the moose was the ninth of the 10 Colorado big game species that he has harvested via archery. Only the desert big horn sheep has thus far eluded him.
Dear Editor: And now, the “rest of the story.” The Town of Meeker held a planning commission hearing Monday to determine whether Fifth Street between Main and Park streets should be closed so the county […]
RBC I The Rio Blanco Herald Times is currently working on its 2014 Northwest Colorado Hunting Guide, and the publication wants your hunting photos from last year or previous years.
MEEKER | Using funds from the Colorado Wildlife Habitat Program, Colorado Parks and Wildlife has acquired a perpetual conservation easement on the 1,121-acre Coal Creek Ranch in Rio Blanco County. The transaction also includes a […]
Comments are closed.