Help improve patient care at YDH&C

     Area residents are invited to be a voice for improving patient care at Yuma District Hospital & Clinics through the Patient and Family Advisory Council (PFAC).

      The Patient and Family Advisory Council (PFAC) is an organized group of interested adult patients, family members, caregivers, and health care providers who are passionate about improving the quality, patient safety, and care experience at YDH.

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Lynch a chief without qualifiers

Jon Lynch is now the permanent chief of police in Yuma. (Pioneer Photo)    There are no longer any qualifiers to Jon Lynch's job title.
    The Yuma Police Department veteran at times in the past has been the “interim” or “temporary” chief of police. Those tags are now gone as Lynch is the chief of police for Yuma, following approval by the Yuma City Council at its first meeting in January.     Read More...

Dance team leap

Photo by Dave Gustafson     Tara Hickman leaps as the YHS Dance Team performs during halftime of the Yuma-Holyoke basketball games, Friday, January 16, in The Pit. The team put on a nice performance, and is under the direction of YHS graduate Tracy Thomas.     Read More...

Withrow trial date in limbo

Tyler Withrow    The jury trial for double-homicide suspect Tyler Withrow currently does not have a date.
    The trial had been set to begin this past Tuesday, January 20, but instead a hearing on Friday to determine a new trial date was continued to this past Tuesday afternoon. It was then postponed.
    A status conference now is set in Yuma County District Court on Monday, January 26, at 2 p.m.     Read More...

City sales tax revenue up in 2014

    The City of Yuma experienced a nearly 6-percent increase in sales and use tax revenue in 2014.
    The city collected $1.648 million in sales and use tax last year, which is $98,067.31 more than in 2013. The $1.55 million collected in 2013 is nearly equal to the amount collected in 2012 as the city maintains a steady and slightly positive trend in sales and use tax collection. Total collection in 2011 was $1.477 million, and $1.368 million in 2010.     Read More...

Fund-raiser for 2-year-old with cancer

      A benefit dinner and auction will be held at the Irrigation Research Foundation on February 6, at 6 p.m., for 2-year-old Cross Evans. Just days after this little Yuma cowboy turned 2, he was diagnosed with T-Cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia.     Read More...

LEGAL NOTICES

COMBINED NOTICE -
PUBLICATION
CRS §38-38-103 FORECLOSURE SALE NO. 2014-0018
To Whom It May Concern: This Notice is given with regard to the following described Deed of Trust:
On November 14, 2014, the undersigned Public Trustee caused the Notice of Election and Demand relating to the Deed of Trust described below to be recorded in the County of Yuma records.     Read More...

Newsflash

JR bracelet purchase to go to scholarship fund
The JR bracelets are in! They are available in youth and adult sizes, and will be $3 per bracelet or a donation. All proceeds will go to the Jaden Rahm Memorial Fund. Please contact Logan Hixon, Kenedy Roth, Jennifer Roth or Peighton Roth if you would like one. Donations also can be made directly to the fund at Bank of Colorado. Make checks to Bob or Cassey Rahm.
 
Yuma shopping survey
      Yuma's Economic Development Committee is asking the community to participate in the “Yuma Sales Leakage” survey. The purpose of the survey is to get an idea what people most often leave town to shop for, and help identify what local businesses could add to their services, or what kind of businesses to try to attract here. A link to the survey can be found here
 

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