The first annual Rio Blanco County Search and Rescue OHV poker run featured 54 hands with the best going to Annie and Luke Purcell, Cassie McGuire was second and Bob Coquoz had the third best hand. Mike and Kathy Sizemore made a donation to the cause and had the “I Ride With James Mobile” on site in addition to riders from Craig, Silt, Rifle, Parachute, Grand Junction and even one from Billings, Mont. RBC Search and Rescue officials considered the poker run a success and would like to thank the Meeker Lions Club for food, all the volunteers and special thanks to David Murray for organizing the event.
RBC I Spring is finally here, and it is time to put the snowmobiles in storage and get ready to hit the trails and camp on your local national forest lands. Blanco Ranger District is […]
RBC I The Wagon Wheel Trail, a collaborative effort by several Rio Blanco County entities, were notified recently the project has been awarded a $100,862 grant from the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Division (CPW) Trails […]
RBC I The Colorado State House of Representatives is currently considering a bill that would impact OHV operators statewide, including a change that would require an OHV operator to have a state-issued driver’s license in […]