Grover Celebrates 100 Years of the Earl Anderson Memorial Rodeo and Parade


Karen Lipska/Pine Bluffs Post

Above: Hannah Kinnison carries the Colorado State Flag, with her dad Brian Kinnison who is carrying the United States of America Flag. Outfront banner carriers are brothers Casey and Easton Basinger.

Once a year Chatoga Avenue in Grover, Colorado is lined with people from all over the communities to enjoy the parade that kicks off the Earl Anderson Memorial Rodeo, home of the "Biggest Little Rodeo in the West." started off the Saturday activities for the day.

Grover is a small town now but once upon a time it was booming. The town was an area that was used as cattle trails going from Texas to the Union Pacific railroad in Cheyenne, Wyoming. In 1887 the railroad used a ranch house for their depot in Grover. It brought in businesses and the people in the area. There were two motels, a b...

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