Keith Gille, who led the Yuma Indians to the Class 1A 2009 state championship, passed away earlier this week. He had been in the hospital for about one week prior to his passing. He leaves behind his wife, Jeanette. Details of when a service will be held were not available
Trey Stegman and Garret Patterson both reached very different milestones during the Big O Memorial Duals hosted at Yuma High School last Saturday. Stegman, a senior, reached his 100th during the tournament. He enters regional with a 23-4 record this season. The 100th win took a little longer than originally
By Kelly Rayl Yuma Pioneer The Yuma Post Office has a new Postmaster, his name is Terrence Houston. Terrence has come to Yuma from a suburb of San Antonio, Texas called Converse. “Converse was like a rural area when I was young, dirt roads, then it got huge, my Senior
Yuma High School’s girls wrestling team’s season is on the line this weekend. The Outlaws are at the Region 1 Tournament in Fort Lupton, Friday and Saturday. The top four placers in each weight will advance to the Girls State Wrestling Championship, next week at Ball Arena in Denver. “I’m
Yuma High School’s boys wrestling team will give its best shot this weekend. The Outlaws will be in the Akron High School fieldhouse, where their season began in early December, for the Class 2A Region 1 Tournament, Friday and Saturday. The top four placers in each weight will advance to
The streak is over, but everything still is in front of the Yuma High School boys basketball team. The Outlaws’ 13-game winning streak came to an end last Saturday with a 68-59 loss at a very good Strasburg team, preceded by a 76-48 home win over Wiggins two nights earlier.
The Otis High School boys basketball team keeps staying in the hunt for the postseason beyond district. Otis beat neighboring Lone Star 88-47 this past Tuesday to improve to 9-5, and is ranked No. 16 in the Class 1A CHSAA Selection & Seeding Index. The Bulldogs hit the road to
Willam “Bill” Wenger was born April 22, 1936, on the family farm 14 miles northeast of Yuma, Colorado to William and Mary Catherine (Zulauf) Wenger. His parents were immigrants from Switzerland. He passed away February 2, 2024, at the age of 87. He was the youngest of their four children;