Council election news

    It is not too late to be a candidate for the Yuma City Council.
    The April 5 municipal election will be an old-school polling-place variety, meaning one has until March 15 to enter as a write-in candidate, per City Clerk Karma Wells. There already is one write-in candidate as Dorothy Barchenger has filled out an affidavit. Others can do so by going to Yuma City Hall. Candidates must have lived within the city limits for 12 months prior to the April 5 election, be at least 18 years of age and a registered elector.     Read More...

Council calls special meeting, then cancels

    The Yuma City Council was scheduled to hold a workshop this past Tuesday evening, February 9, to discuss “visioning and goal setting.”
    Then a special meeting agenda was posted at about 6 p.m. Monday, with the meeting set for 6:15 p.m. Tuesday. Only two items were on the agenda — “Dismissal of City Manager” and “Appointment of Temporary City Manager.”     Read More...

Special district elections

     Board elections for some local special districts are on tap for this spring for Yuma Hospital District, Yuma Conservation District and Yuma Rural Fire Protection District.
     The Yuma Hospital District Board of Directors will have three seats up for election on May 3. Each seat carries a four-year term, and currently are held by Sue Armstrong, Chris Blecha and Cindy Stulp. Other board members are David McQuisten and Polly Vincent.     Read More...

Council elections in Yuma, Eckley

    Yuma voters will have a municipal election on April 5, as will those in Eckley, but it looks like Otis will not require one.
    There still could be more candidates as the deadline to enter as a write-in candidate is Monday, February 1.     Read More...

Order your championship posters!

     Order your Yuma High School state volleyball championship posters today! Call 848-2174 or email yumapioneer@centurytel.net     Read More...

LEGAL NOTICES

Notice of Hearing
At 1:00 p.m. on February 29, 2016 in the commissioners meeting room of the Yuma County Courthouse, 310 Ash Street, Suite A, Wray, CO, the Commissioners of Yuma County will hold a hearing to accept public comment on the following Application for Exemption from Definition of Subdivision Regulations:
Marilyn Jean Smith, to divide 5.00 acres, more or less, from 24.80 acres, more or less, in the SE1/4 of Section 25, T3N, R48W, for the     Read More...

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