Only one Yuma High School wrestler made it on the All-Lower Platte Activities Association team, which was recently released. The LPAA determines its all-conference selections in wrestling based on the top placer in each weight at regional. Therefore, Wray dominated the selections with eight. Wiggins and Sedgwick County/Fleming each had
Feral cat program a success The Trap Neuter Return (TNR) program conducted by the City of Yuma late last week was a success. With the help of Metro Denver Cat and Animal Assistance Foundation, Tom Parks, and Prairie Winds Veterinary Clinic, LLC the initial phase of the TNR program resulted
Betsy Blecha of Wray announced this week her candidacy for the Yuma County Commissioner District 2 seat. She is running as an unaffiliated candidate. There are now five running for the season, Democrat incumbent Dean Wingfield, Republicans Chris Wood and Scott Weaver, and Mindy Whomble, who also is running unaffiliated.