Month: June 29, 2018

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Tuffy sends powerful message

Breast cancer patients find comfort, peace of mind in utilizing transportation pickup from the Gunnison Cattlemen’s Days Tough Enough to Wear Pink GUNNISON, Colo. – No matter where it happened, the meeting was cold and uncomfortable. Fear gripped the chests of those involved – doctor, patient, loved ones. But the words were devastating. Breast cancer.[...]
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Reno provides a boost to Furr

North Carolinian riding confidence into BFO stop at Cody Stampede CODY, Wyo. – Heading into the 2018 Bullfighters Only Wrangler Bullfight Tour stop at the Cody Stampede, Kris Furr is experiencing a nearly euphoric case of confidence. He is fresh off a victory at the BFO event this past week at the Reno (Nev.) Rodeo,[...]
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WPRA honors Rooftop Rodeo

Estes Park’s celebrated event wins its sixth Rodeo of the Year honor ESTES PARK, Colo. – When officials decided to make a change in the footing at the Granny May Arena inside the Estes Park Fairgrounds, they were just trying to make things better. It did, and the barrel racers in the Women’s Professional Rodeo[...]
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Making a difference locally

Gunnison Cattlemen’s Days Tough Enough to Wear Pink campaign is helping Gunnison Valley Hospital be a model for what can be done in rural health care GUNNISON, Colo. – While the Gunnison Cattlemen’s Days Tough Enough to Wear Pink program is a grassroots effort focused on community, its impact resonates all across the country. Robert[...]
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Sosebee returning to Roundup

DODGE CITY, Kan. – Much of Cody Sosebee’s life has changed since the last time he was in Dodge City. This past December, he worked the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo for the first time in his career. A couple of months ago, he became engaged to Tonya Baumgartner, and now he’s planning a wedding. At[...]
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Hyland reigns as Miss Colorado

Former Miss Rooftop Rodeo serving as state’s ProRodeo ambassador ESTES PARK, Colo. – The road from Windsor, Colo., to Estes Park is 44 miles long and features many winding turns and tight corners. Alex Hyland knows every bit of it. Six years ago, she was Miss Rooftop Rodeo, the rodeo queen enlisted to serve as[...]
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Alsbaugh returns home for rodeo

GUNNISON, Colo. – Linda Alsbaugh is one of the most respected and appreciated people in professional rodeo. She’s been around the game for more than 50 years. She’s been named the Secretary of the Year in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association, and in 2012, she and her late husband, Art, received the Donita Barnes Lifetime[...]
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