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.
The Cowboy track team continues to improve, qualifying more members for the state meet and several marking personal records in their events.
MEEKER | CSU Extension and Rio Blanco County 4-H clubs are hosting a Harry-Potter themed fundraiser Saturday, Oct. 28 from 6-10 p.m. at the Rio Blanco County Fairgrounds. Food, fun, games and STEM activities are […]