Storm spotter training March 24

     The National Weather Service (NWS) in Goodland and Yuma County Emergency Management invite you to attend a Storm Spotter Class in Wray. 
     This year’s training will be held on Tuesday, March 24 at 6:30 p.m. at the Wray Ambulance Building (Blake St. and Highway 34).     Read More...

YMS honor band students

Courtesy Photo    These Yuma Middle School students recently participated in the League Honor Band. Pictured are Christian Hawley, Emma Walter, Logan Klein, Conner McCoy, Lisa Bustillios, Micah Goeglein, Brooke Harding, Kenisha Shepherd, Paloma Olivares, Vanesa Gonzalez, Anney Orona, Jr. Bustillios, Paul Brophy, Emmanuel Fierro, Steven Wells, and Alejandra Mendoza.     Read More...

Is hemp right for Yuma County?

    Industrial hemp is a crop that has been grown for thousands of years and until recently it was predominantly used as a fiber crop to produce textiles such as rope, cloth, sails and paper.
    Probably the most well known document drafted on hemp paper is the Declaration of Independence.     Read More...

St. Patrick's Auction coming up

    Everything is all set for the 36th St. Patrick's Benefit Auction on March 17.
    It will be held at the Main Event, with the fun starting at 6 p.m. and the auction at 6:30.     Read More...

Save Beecher Chapel

Courtesy Photo    The Beecher Island Battleground Assn. would like to bulldoze the Little White Chapel at Beecher Island and put in a playground area. Do you remember coming to Beecher, over Squaw Hill, and seeing the bell tower of the little chapel against the trees?      Read More...

Eastern Plains Transit Plan

      DENVER – A vision of how transit will develop and progress over the next several years across Colorado’s Eastern Plains is now available for public review and comment.
      The Colorado Department of Transportation’s (CDOT) Division of Transit & Rail released the Transit Plan for the Eastern Transportation Planning Region (TPR), last Friday, February 20. It includes Cheyenne, Elbert, Kit Carson, Lincoln, Logan, Phillips, Sedgwick, Washington, and Yuma counties.     Read More...

Korf Continental celebrating 40 years in Yuma

    Forty years of continuous operations in the automobile business is a milestone today for Korf Continental.
    After graduating from Yuma High School, Ron Korf had the opportunity to attend college, served in the Air Force, and worked with Northwestern Mutual Life in the Denver area before he returned to Yuma in 1975.     Read More...

Schelling's family files lawsuit

    Multiple news outlets reported late last week that the family of missing woman Kelsie Schelling, the daughter of Yuma resident Laura Saxton, has filed a lawsuit against Pueblo police and her boyfriend and his family.     Read More...


7325 S. Potomac St., Englewood, CO 80112
Case Number: 2013CV31773
Michele Alpert,an individual and resident of the State of Colorado
William Hudson Houtz, an individual and reside of the State of Colorado
This Writ with Notice is a Court order which may cause your property or money to be held and taken to pay a judgment entered against you. You have legal rights which may prevent all or part of your money or property from being taken. That part of the money or property which may not be taken is called “exempt property”. A partial list of “exempt property” is shown below, along with the law which may make all or part of your money or property exempt. The purpose of this notice is to tell you about these rights.     Read More...


YCD annual meeting March 16
Yuma Conservation District 56th Annual Meeting will be Monday, March 16, starting at 5:30 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church of Yuma. Join the YCD for dinner, awards, the annual business meeting, year in review and key note speaker Chad Pfitzer.  The keynote presentation will cover precision agriculture techniques and the potential of industrial hemp as an alternative crop for the area. The complementary dinner will be catered by Yearous Restaurants LLC. Please RSVP by 3 p.m., March 12 by calling 848-5605.
Spring forward this weekend
It already is time to move your clocks ahead one hour as Daylight-saving time begins Sunday, March 8. The spring forward officially begins at 2 a.m. Sunday, but make sure your clocks are moved ahead before going to bed Saturday night or you will be one hour behind everything on Sunday.

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