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Saturday, 20 October 2018 11:27

Lost Backpack

Lost a black backpack on Tuesday eve by Rist Canyon road and CR 25. If found please call 970 214-2171.
Saturday, 20 October 2018 10:54

Missing Stanley

Missing Stanley, sorrel old swaybacked rescue horse. White blaze & stocking. Wearing blue & silver halter. Walks w/ limp. Stove prairie area. Please call 970 632-1783
Monday, 08 October 2018 19:07

Lonely Horse

we have brown quarter horse wandering our place...two white socks on rear us if it yours...
david at 472 0576
Wednesday, 03 October 2018 08:01

Lost Cat

My buddies Sam and Simon escaped last night.
Neither are outside cats, but Simon came home, Sam didn't.
Sam is a 16# orange tabby with collar and tags.
Should be in the vicinity of RCVFD Station one.

Norm 482-5698 11900 Rist Canyon Road
Friday, 31 August 2018 11:26

Bake Sale

The Festival is almost upon us and we need LOTS of homemade Baked Goods for the Bake Sale Tent. It is a wonderful way to get the family involved and support our Fire Department. All proceeds go directly to RCVFD.Our biggest request from folks who come to the festival is for PIES. We can never have too many! Cookies, brownies, cupcakes, breads, scones, tarts, and bars are always a hit too. Get creative, bake whatever you want to share! It is very helpful to have items packaged in sellable amounts, ie: half dozen cookies or individual brownies. Listing ingredients especially allergens such as peanuts is helpful too. Someone will be at the tent as early as 7:30 on 9/8/2018 so feel free to drop items off anytime after that. If you have questions please don't hesitate to call or email. Lisa Diederich.. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 970-472-8426. Thank you in advance for making this festival a success for our fabulous Fire Department.
Wednesday, 29 August 2018 08:44

Lost Dogs

Our two dogs took off after something about 8:00 this morning. One is a long haired German Shepherd that answers to Chewy. The other is a black mixed breed pup. They both have collars and tags. We live next to Fire station 1 on Rist.

Renee Shandley
Tuesday, 05 June 2018 08:05

Found Dog

Found a yellow medium sized dog on Rist Canyon Road near the fire station this morning, Tuesday, June 5.
Has a purple collar but no tags.
Call Andrea at 970 310 8116
Thursday, 22 March 2018 19:01

Lost dog Thursday, March 22, 2018 5:30pm

Lost brindle pit bull mix in Davis Ranch, answers to the name of Olwynn. Sweetest puppy ever. Floppy ears and waggedy tail.

Please call Brett at 970-493-9269 or 918-230-6655
Monday, 13 November 2017 09:14

Mountain Lion Attacks Lower Buckhorn

On Tuesday evening 11/7 we lost 2 of our goats to a couple of mountain lions. One we believe was lost and confused in the thick fog that day and was attacked on our south facing mountainside. The other goat was 12 feet from our east facing deck well within our perimeter fencing. Our dog alerted from inside. Turning on the east side light I immediately saw large lion prints and a clear drag mark that ran down the east side to the south side of the house until the lion could not get its kill outside the fencing. It was to dark even with outside lighting to safely follow the mountain lion tracks and drag mark that was approximately 80-100 yards long. Wednesday morning upon inspection I found one dead goat inside our fenced area at the end of the drag mark with clear lion tracks. Other than the kill of this goat there was no sign the lion attempted to eat it. I believe the lion abandoned its kill when I turned on the outside lights. We stumbled upon the second goat with the lion guarding it. We were approximately 20 feet from the lion before it growled and turned away. Yesterday 11/11 2 more goats were picked off by the lion(s). We are aware of the obvious, we moved into predator territory and goats if you've ever had the experience are hard to contain in any sort of fencing. Despite all off this, the lion has killed 6 times on our property within the last 8 months! And, 3 of those 5 kills were well within our perimeter fencing close to the house. This mountain lion or lions are clearly comfortable walking up close to the house! Be alert! Be safe! Be aware!

Steve and Cind Noble
Lower Buckhorn
Friday, 10 November 2017 09:25


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