Thanks to my family and all the wonderful friends that sent me cards and letters on my 90th birthday. It was great to hear from each one of you. Hope to see you soon. Thanks again and God bless you all. 90 year old friend trying to get to 91,Continue Reading

Yuma is now part of the Yuma County variance to Safer at Home orders, following action taken by the Yuma City Council, Wednesday afternoon. The council held a brief special meeting, voting 6-0 to rescind the resolution it passed earlier in May stating the city was sticking with the state’sContinue Reading

It has been a challenging time, to say the least, for Vicki Bushner over the past few months. Not only has she been dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions like the rest of us, she also has been taking care of her elderly parents, and also has retired after aContinue Reading

The Yuma City Council had a long visit with Yuma District Hospital & Clinics representatives during last week’s regular meeting, which again was held virtually using Zoom. CEO Beth Saxton and Family Nurse Practitioner Heath Horton joined the council to discussion the local situation in regards to the COVID-19 pandemic.Continue Reading

The Yuma Police Department is nearly back to a full staff. The YPD has been short-staffed for more than one year. However, three officers have joined the department in recent weeks, and one more currently is at the police academy and will join the YPD in the near future toContinue Reading

Yuma High School is beginning to make plans to at least get student-athletes in the weight room in the near future, but nothing is set in stone yet. In an email sent to Colorado High School Activities Association member schools last week, Commissioner Rhonda Blanford-Green informed the membership that onContinue Reading

Changes likely are coming to Class 2A baseball. The Colorado High School Activities Association Legislative Council was to vote on the proposed changes during its virtual meeting this week. Yuma High School coach Brady Nighswonger said the changes call for the elimination of district tournaments, and expanding the regular seasonContinue Reading

Verna Mae Guy was born to William Rush Williams and Willie Mae Tharp, Brownsville, Texas. She left this life with her family by her side at her home May 18, 2020. She was raised on a farm and moved to Trinidad in 1945, where her father took care of aContinue Reading