Shop-All with new cooperative

    Shop-All patrons soon will begin noticing gradual changes on the shelves as the locally-owned grocer’s supplier has been taken over by a much larger one.
    Associated Wholesale Grocers, Inc. (AWG) and Affiliated Foods Midwest Cooperative, Inc. (AFM) recently announced they had reached an agreement to combine the two cooperatives’ distribution businesses. Shop-All has been with Affiliated for decades.     Read More...

Main St. work focused on the south

Pioneer Photo    Crews were filling in open areas of sidewalk on the first few blocks of S. Main St. late last week after several remaining old service lines were replaced. Not much will be done along the first 2-1/2 blocks over the next couple of weeks. However,     Read More...

YHS Homecoming is next week

    Next week is Homecoming Week at Yuma High School.
    A full schedule of fun activities are planned for the students and the public.
    The YHS Student Council has announced that the homecoming week theme is Disney related, “The Most Magical Week of the Year.”     Read More...

NFR tickets up for bid

    Through the Yuma County Fair’s affiliation with the Professional Rodeo Cowboy’s Association, the Yuma County Fair Board has the opportunity to purchase some of the highly-sought-after tickets to the National Finals Rodeo.      Read More...

Judge: Hutton claims belong before commission, not court

    One claim, and part of another, by the Hutton Foundation in District Court Water Division No. 1, has been dismissed.
    The ruling by Water Judge James Hartmann was released Monday morning, August 29.
    He ruled that the court does not have the jurisdiction to determine the constitutionality of Senate Bill 52 because the ground water     Read More...


The City of Yuma Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, September 27, 2016 at 7:00 P.M. in the Council Chambers at City Hall.  The public hearing will cover a proposed home occupation for a salon at 907 North Fir Street.
Date of Publication: September 22, 2016
Name of Publication: The Yuma Pioneer, Inc.


Fall clean-up September 26-30
The City of Yuma will be conducting its annual fall clean-up the week of September 26-30. It is for household and yard waste only. Leaves and grass clippings must be boxed or bagged. Electronics, trees, concrete, chemical containers, construction waste, tires and batteries will not be picked up. See advertisement inside this edition for more information.

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