Watching Daddy ride

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Photo by Christopher Tomlinson

Ashlyn and Spencer Mosher from Boyero, Colorado sit in the stands at the Colorado Professional Rodeo Association State Rodeo at the Mesa County Fairgrounds.Their dad is a bareback rider.
Find other Social Junction photos from the rodeo and the Pork ‘n Hops Challenge in our newest Social Junction Gallery.
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Appeal stalls oil drilling by Fram

An appeal aimed at halting a proposed oil project near Whitewater has stalled development on the largest part of the project, though some activity is continuing on private land, an industry official said. The appeal has had no legal effect on the project by Fram Exploration ASA to move forward with its plans to drill for oil leased by the federal government, BLM officials said.


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    Walking the Crag Crest, CMU men’s soccer lose, fishing the Superfly.

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    Magic at Jester’s Court, church services in the park, house fire at Riverside.

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    NFL legend Jerry Rice talks about the upcoming season and healthy habits.

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    Local veterinarian Braden Shafer highlights joys and difficult realities of job.


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