Homecoming Week at Yuma High School will come to an eventful conclusion, today and tomorrow.
The theme this week is Disney related, “The Most Magical Week of the Year.”
is a driving force behind the Yuma-1’s $17 million bond issue that will be on the upcoming ballot.
The bond issue is the biggest in the Yuma schools’ history. However, the $2.435 million bond issue approved in 1991 for a new junior high wing and gymnasium at Yuma Middle School, as well as upgrade work at Liberty School
Yuma County and the City of Yuma are considering a move that would allow W-Y Combined Communications to take the whole building it currently shares with the Yuma Police Department.
The Emergency-911 service has been housed in the basement, and the YPD on the ground floor, since the building was constructed as 911 services came into existence for Yuma and Washington counties in the early 1990s. The city owns the building and leases the space to W-Y Combined Communications for $1 per year.
Here is a crime story one will find only in a rural area, as a couple of men had their “hay day” but law enforcement had the final straw.
Two Sundays ago, September 18, the Yuma County Sheriff’s Office received multiple reports of stolen large round hay bales in the Kirk area. A total of four separate victims, all from the Kirk area, reported a total loss of approximately 40 hay bales worth more than $2,000.
Shop-All patrons soon will begin noticing gradual changes on the shelves as the locally-owned grocer’s supplier has been taken over by a much larger one.
Associated Wholesale Grocers, Inc. (AWG) and Affiliated Foods Midwest Cooperative, Inc. (AFM) recently announced they had reached an agreement to combine the two cooperatives’ distribution businesses. Shop-All has been with Affiliated for decades.
Crews were filling in open areas of sidewalk on the first few blocks of S. Main St. late last week after several remaining old service lines were replaced. Not much will be done along the first 2-1/2 blocks over the next couple of weeks. However,
Through the Yuma County Fair’s affiliation with the Professional Rodeo Cowboy’s Association, the Yuma County Fair Board has the opportunity to purchase some of the highly-sought-after tickets to the National Finals Rodeo.
City of Yuma
Series of 2016
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF YUMA AMENDING CHAPTER 2.20 OF THE YUMA MUNICIPAL CODE CONCERNING THE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT AND A VARIANCE PROCESS
ORDINANCE NUMBER 2 READ AND APPROVED AT A REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF YUMA, COLORADO ON September 20, 2016.
By: Robert J. Harper, Mayor
Karma Wells, City Clerk
A copy of Ordinance #2, Series of 2016 is available at City Hall.
Date of Publication: September 29, 2016
Name of Publication: The Yuma Pioneer, Inc.