Typocrisy By Tom Westfall As a sophomore in high school, I was fairly sheltered and quite naïve. As the son of a minister, our family prayed, attended church and focused a lot of our energies on trying to be good people and making our corner of the world a better
Remotely Remote By Tony Rayl So here we are, sitting around with a kid on quarantine, maybe two, just not sure. We made it a little more than two weeks into the school year, then boom. Really thought it would be a little longer, but it doesn’t take much for
COVID-19 cases have continued to rise in Yuma County over the past week, including hitting the Yuma schools, and a Yuma County department to a lesser extent. Yuma County had 33 active cases as of Thursday’s update on the Northeast Colorado Health Department’s new COVID-19 dashboard on its website, nchd.org.
As of last report, there were eight confirmed cases of COVID-19 within the Yuma schools, and approximately 280 students and staff under 14-day quarantine. And probably at least 100 more have joined them in remote learning, as all of YHS, which had 172 in quarantine as of Tuesday, is closed
Grants of up to $5,000 are being made available to small businesses in Yuma County that have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Yuma County government and the municipalities of Yuma, Wray and Eckley have established the Small Business Relief Program. It is part of CARES Act funding the
The State of Colorado recently released guidelines to allow for indoor visitations at residential care facilities. However, neither Yuma Life Care Center nor The Harmony Home are moving toward indoor visitations at this time. In fact, both have stopped outdoor and window visitations as well. Yuma Life Care Center Administrator
Things seem to keep falling into place for the Yuma High School cross country teams. Both the boys and girls teams continue to have very strong seasons, following another quality effort at the Platte Valley Invitational last Friday. And now even YHS having to go to remote learning until the