City of Yuma buildings and facilities are opening back up with COVID-19 restrictions in place. There also will be summer recreation games at the Jeff Armstrong Ball Park Complex, beginning next week. See Sports section for more on that. City Hall reopened to the public on Monday for the first
The Yuma City Council rambled through a variety of topics during yet another remote version of its regular meeting, last week. The meeting lasted more than one hour, despite a fairly short agenda, though there was plenty of discussion. It appears the city is moving toward asking the voters in
Yuma Police Chief Jerry Thompson has addressed some of the comments going around following this past Tuesday’s silent protest at Veterans Park in Yuma. Thompson clarified that he did not specifically state that outsiders had been invited nor did he have knowledge of outside protestors being invited, but that the
The Yuma City Council voted during a special meeting on May 27 to rescind a resolution passed earlier in May stating the city would stick with the state’s Safer at Home plans. By rescinding the resolution, the city automatically came under the jurisdiction of the Yuma County variance, which had
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’s
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.