It is Homecoming Week at Yuma High School. The festivities began Monday night with a bonfire in the sports complex parking lot. Tuesday was PJ Day, and there was a free movie that evening in the Commons. Wednesday was Tourist Day for dress-up. There was a class sidewalk decorating contestContinue Reading

Community members touched on a wide variety of topics at the Yuma School District-1 Board of Education’s regular monthly meeting, Monday night in downtown Yuma. Approximately 30 people crowded into the board room, with several signing up for visitors comments. All five board members were in attendance, Duane Brown, LindseyContinue Reading

The Yuma Art Association will open the doors to its annual Art Show and Sale Friday morning, Oct. 7, at 8 a.m. to accept entries. If you are an artist of any age or skill level in any medium, bring your recent work to the First Presbyterian Church, 110 W.Continue Reading

The Yuma Museum Board has received a donation of $200 from a previous board member. She then challenged the board to find 50 people to meet or exceed her donation. With that amount of money, the museum will have enough to meet the expense of a new heating and coolingContinue Reading

The Yuma City Council held its regular meeting, last week in Council Chambers at Yuma City Hall in downtown Yuma. The meeting began with Councilman Dan Baucke explaining why he recused himself from the executive session held during the previous meeting. The purpose of the executive session was to discussContinue Reading

Yuma Football Team will go as the boys in the trenches go as the team enters the daunting league schedule. Everyone in the former North Central Conference, now known as 1A League 4, begins this weekend what should be a very interesting five-week round robin. Yuma went 4-0 in non-leagueContinue Reading

The Yuma Volleyball Team has climbed above .500, but some serious challenges await. Yuma was 8-6 overall, 2-1 in the Lower Platte Activities Association, after this past Tuesday’s four-set loss at Haxtun and a four-set win at Limon. The YVT pulled off a 3-1 win at Limon on Thursday beforeContinue Reading

Yuma High School’s cross country runners keep working their way toward a big postseason. The harriers are at Wray today, September 29, and travel to Wiggins on Saturday, after a strong performance at the Platte Valley Invitational last Friday. Yuma’s girls finally had enough runners to post a team score,Continue Reading

Yuma County Softball will be back at the Yuma field on Saturday when the Yuma-Wray co-op team takes on Holyoke for two games beginning at 10 a.m. YCS is 5-12 overall, 0-2 in league play, after getting swept in Yuma by Burlington, last Saturday, 18-3 and 20-7. In the opener,Continue Reading

The Otis High School football team keeps moving on up in the 6-man ranks. However, the following three weeks will determine just how high the Bulldogs can climb in the regular season. They are 5-0 after last Friday afternoon’s 63-48 home win over the La Veta Redhawks, their first lossContinue Reading