Yuma High School junior Dyhlani Perez is facing a long road to recovery after suffering serious injuries in an accident, last Thursday night, February 25, just south of Yuma. A total of four YHS students were in the vehicle, with the other three fortunate enough to walk away with minorContinue Reading

The Yuma schools were dealing with COVID-19 issues less than 48 hours after Yuma County had been upgraded to Level Blue. School officials had learned of a positive case of a Yuma High School student, then spent Friday morning working with the Northeast Colorado Health Department in regards to theContinue Reading

A renovated and improved Stalker Lake near Wray soon will reopen for fishing. After months of hard work, contractor JHL completed the work on the dam at Stalker this past week. They replaced the entire outlet structure and put a liner in the outlet pipe to prevent it from leakingContinue Reading

Braylynn Armstrong, Addasyn Struckmeyer, Torrance Cheshire, James Brandner, Miles Rutledge, and Will Noble gathered for a picture celebrating their knowledge bowl win in the BOCES sponsored tournament that took place with one virtual meet a month from November through February. For the four-meet total, Yuma led the group with aContinue Reading

On February 26, 2021 the Yuma County Board of County Commissioners convened for a regular meeting. Chairman Trent Bushner, Commissioner Robin Wiley, and Commissioner Scott Weaver were all present. The Commissioners approved a resolution declaring March 20, 2021 Yuma County Livestock Producers Day in recognition of the accomplishments and vitalContinue Reading

State aspirations will be on the line when the Yuma High School boys wrestling team competes in the Class 2A Region 3 Tournament, Friday and Saturday at Akron High School. However, the Indians will be without two of their brethren as they have been put in quarantine and will missContinue Reading

Yuma High School’s boys basketball players were at their traditional team lunch last Friday when the word came — the rest of their regular season would be canceled due to a confirmed COVID-19 case. Coach Dave Sheffield was just getting ready to go across the street to the meal whenContinue Reading

Yuma High School’s girls wrestling team will be missing two of its crew when the Indians compete at regional at Coronado High School, Friday and Saturday. The Indians had a premature end to their regular season as they did not attend last Saturday’s quadrangular. School officials decided to not sendContinue Reading