Yuma High School’s girls basketball team has another challenging game this weekend. The Indians have a Lower Platte Activities Association game at Merino, Saturday afternoon. The Rams are in Class 1A, and thus will drop down for the postseason, but enter this week 3-1 in LPAA play, 9-3 overall, second
It’s February and things are looking good for the Yuma High School boys basketball team. “District-wise, we’re No. 1, but we still have work to do to win league again this year,” head coach Dave Sheffield said. The Indians entered this week 5-0 in Lower Platte Activities Association play, 12-1
Otis boys The Otis Bulldogs are still practicing hard trying to change their season, but it just hasn’t happened yet. The Bulldogs hosted the Briggsdale Falcons on Friday January 31st. Otis tried hard, but just didn’t drop the balls through the net enough to change the outcome of the game.
The City of Yuma will conduct its first round of trapping, spaying and neutering feral cats at the end of February. It will be done with assistance from Denver Metro Cat and Animal Assistance Foundation. Local veterinarians Tom Parks and Callie Kuntz will provide the medical services, along with a
The Yuma City Council received an update and a request for more possible funding for the Yuma Museum renovation project, last week during its regular meeting. Monica King of the Yuma Museum Board of Directors made the presentation. She reported that she had spoken with the historical fund representatives in
There might be enough candidates for a Yuma City Council race in the April 7 municipal election, but it will not be determined until Monday, February 3. This past Monday, January 27, was the deadline to turn in nomination petitions. Incumbent Ron Swehla was the only candidate to successfully turn
The postseason has arrived for the Yuma High School girls wrestlers. The Indians will be competing at regional in Fort Lupton, Friday and Saturday. Girls wrestling has gained so much in popularity this season that regionals and state have been expanded to two days. Fort Lupton is one of three
Yuma High School’s wrestlers definitely have been challenged as they near the end of the regular season. After two tough duals in The Pit last week, followed by competing against bigger schools at the Northglenn tournament on Saturday, the Indians now host the annual Yuma County Showdown on the Mat.
The Lower Platte Activities Association’s regular season championship might be decided Saturday afternoon in The Pit. Yuma will be hosting Sedgwick County for the matinee. Both entered this week 3-0 in LPAA play, with Yuma 10-1 overall and the Cougars 11-0. However, both have league games before meeting up Saturday.