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. Morgan was high individual overall. The junior team was second and Madison Shults was the junior high individual overall, winning every other category including beef, sheep, swine, placings and reasons. Back row from left, Clint Shults (coach), Stacey Fitzgibbons, Maclaine Shults, Evan Urie and Bonnie Long (coach). Middle from left: Layne Mecham, Cheyenne Steele-Mackey, Madi Shults, Kaylee Mecham and Morgan Neilson. Front from left, Hayden and Marryn Shults.
I want to give credit for “The Pledge of Allegiance” in pre-school and in my day, kindergarten, to the teachers who are the ones that have taught this patriotic act in years past and present. […]
Hadley and Montey are excited to announce the birth of their brother, Miles Grady Franklin, on Sept. 15, 2011 at 2:30 p.m.
MEEKER I Barone Middle School seventh-grader Tristin Pelloni finished fifth at the Colorado State Middle School wrestling tournament last weekend in Denver. A total of nine BMS wrestlers qualified for the state tournament but only […]