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
Gargoyles recently installed at the west end of town have caught the attention of many in the community. Yuma resident Rick Seedorf commissioned Lundeen Studio in Loveland to have them done, and put up on pedestals outside his farm shop off of Kamala St. west Yuma District Hospital & Clinics.
The “final” 2019-20 budget for the Yuma School District-1 was approved last June bur the real final budget approval took place Monday night during the Yuma-1 Board of Education’s regular monthly meeting. (The board held a budget workshop prior to the regular meeting.) Officially known as the “Change/Review Budget” as
Yuma School District-1 Board of Education received a progress update during its regular monthly board meeting, Monday night at the district office. Superintendent Dianna Chrisman told the board she was “floored with the progress so far.” Chad Rayl of owner’s representative Project One added that to date the project is
Submitted by Deb Daniel RRWCD General Manager The USDA recently published the 2018 Farm Bill Environmental Assessment. It states that the 2018 Farm Bill provides the Secretary of Agriculture, Sonny Perdue, the discretion to permit dryland agricultural uses on land enrolled under a Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program (CREP) agreement. In
Northeastern Junior College’s Yuma Campus is now open and offering credit-bearing courses to residents of Yuma and surrounding communities for the spring semester of 2020. Registration is also open for short-term and ongoing adult education classes such as Annie’s Project and English as a second language (ESL). “We are extremely
The Yuma City Council will be holding a workshop to discuss plans for the property just west of Indian Hills Golf Course that the city purchased last year. Councilman Dan Baucke raised the subject during the council’s regular meeting last week, its first meeting since early December. The city spent