Bohdi Coombs, age 8 and entering third grade at Eyestone Elementary School in Wellington, is headed to Abilene, Texas in August to compete in the Youth Bull Riding World Finals. Coombs belongs to Mountain States Young Guns Association, a junior bullriding organization that competes in Northern Colorado and Wyoming. He qualified for the world finals by placing in the top two in his age group in December, an amazing accomplishment during his first year of riding calves. The MSYG boys recently completed a spring series at Sundance Steakhouse and Saloon and are looking forward to competing in the Greeley Stampede.
Despite the wintry weather in many parts of the state, spring is here, and with this new season comes the arrival of many baby birds and mammals to Colorado. It is imperative to remind citizens […]
Thomas Howie, who pled guilty to arson Nov. 30 in connection with the Crystal Fire in April, is due to be sentenced Feb. 10, 2012. Howie’s plea came on the second day of his scheduled […]
In 2013, Larimer County and all its cities and towns partnered to complete a regional study of land conservation, outdoor recreation, and natural resources stewardship. The study, Our Lands – Our Future: examined citizen preferences […]