Feral cat program a success The Trap Neuter Return (TNR) program conducted by the City of Yuma late last week was a success. With the help of Metro Denver Cat and Animal Assistance Foundation, Tom Parks, and Prairie Winds Veterinary Clinic, LLC the initial phase of the TNR program resulted
Betsy Blecha of Wray announced this week her candidacy for the Yuma County Commissioner District 2 seat. She is running as an unaffiliated candidate. There are now five running for the season, Democrat incumbent Dean Wingfield, Republicans Chris Wood and Scott Weaver, and Mindy Whomble, who also is running unaffiliated.
The Yuma County Commissioners have received a number of requests for information and/or comment regarding recent community conversations concerning retail marijuana establishments in Yuma County. Based on the requests received, we have identified the need to clarify communication channels and reaffirm the official position of the Yuma County Board of
The first significant phase of the Yuma School District-1’s $32 million renovation/expansion project already is completed. Yuma-1 Board of Education unanimously approved the schematic design during its regular monthly meeting, Monday night at district headquarters in downtown Yuma. Board president Dan Ross, and board members Duane Brown, Kim Langley and
Mindy Whomble has announced she is running as an unaffiliated candidate for Yuma County District Commissioner, District 2. She joins incumbent Dean Wingfield, a Democrat, and Republicans Chris Wood and Scott Weaver, in the race for the District 2 seat. Following is her announcement: “Born and raised in western Nebraska