The Yuma High School FFA Chapter finally got to hold an in-person event again, hosting the end-of-the-school-year banquet last week at Red Willow on Main. Pictured at left are members who received their Chapter Degrees, and pictured at right are the this year’s Greenhands getting their degrees.
Yuma High School teacher José Ramon Rivera Acosta is being recognized by Economic Literacy Colorado for his commitment to economic education. Economic Literacy Colorado (ELC) has selected five deserving Colorado teachers to be recognized during Teacher Appreciation Week – one each day of the week – for their exemplary commitment
The Yuma County Commissioners recently took action in lifting the mask mandate in the county, but with some exceptions still in place. The commissioners — Trent Bushner, Robin Wiley and Scott Weaver — took the action during the April 15 meeting. The mask restrictions already had been lifted earlier in
Officers responded to the Resource Center to speak with staff about a male party staying in his vehicle behind the center. They are concerned about him and were wondering if the PD had any solutions for him. Officers received a report about possible child abuse from DHS. A juvenile reported
Letters of support. Petition signatures. Testimony in a committee hearing. Finding a Native American tribe that would support the Yuma Indians. That is the multi-pronged course of action coming out of a Yuma School District-1 Board of Education public meeting held Tuesday night in the Yuma High School Commons. The
There is a big event coming to the Yuma area this weekend, and it is something that has never really been seen here before. Ronda Pletcher will be hosting the Heartstrong Classic, a stock dog competition, Saturday and Sunday, April 24-25. (The Novice competition will be Friday night.) It will
The Native American mascot bill currently in the Colorado Senate was a main topic of discussion during the Yuma School District-1 Board of Education’s regular monthly meeting, Monday night at the district office in downtown Yuma. Board members Dan Ross and Thomas Holtorf attended in-person, while Duane Brown did so