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Ranchland Farm News (Newspaper) - April 13, 2015, Colorado Springs, Colorado Have a Happy easter see Page .9 see Page 21 500 per copy volume n<ikt07 Issue no. A Nestr c amp nov mfg me fibres teak Plains Region since 1901 uses 455-020 Assn 0745 4279 thursday april 13, 2006email phone 719-541-2288 fax 719-541-2289 Ben Doran Calhan news briefs memorial service it is with great sadness that we inform friends and our Community of the loss of Carl Louis Campbell age 19 of Limon. Carl died in a fatal Auto Accident on sunday april 9, 2006. A memorial service to Honor this most beloved brother son Stepson grandson and Friend has not yet been scheduled. Benefit supper there will be a Benefit Pancake supper for Shawn and Laura Nehl from 6-9 ., Friday april 14, at the big Sandy school cafeteria. All proceeds go to help the Nehl family. Trash burning the Board of trustees of the town of Calhan remind residents that there is no trash burning within City limits. Spring Yard Sale Crossroads youth works in Simla is now accepting donations for their Spring Yard Sale taking place april 29 and May 6. All proceeds will Benefit the Mexico missions trip taking place this summer. For details Call Bryce or Pete at 541 -3201. Index blast from the past 19 classifieds 34-37 Community scope 2 editorials 2 student of the week 19 letters to the editor 2 Little bits 11 obituaries 12 Public notices 29-33 school menus 21 school news 20 service directory 38-39 sports 22-28 correspondents Smithson 16 Good Sam a a Edison 13 Hanover 8 Ellicott to Yoder 12 Rush 12 Hodgson 16 water District Board approves cease and desist action by John Hill the Board of directors of the upper Black Squirrel Creek ground water management District voted unanimously april 4 to approve filing a cease and desist order to Stop Cherokee metropolitan District from exporting water from the Basin. The action follows a March decision by a Pueblo water court judge to deny Cherokee s attempt to continue piping water. Attorney Andrew Jones said the cease and desist action will implement the judge s finding that Cherokee can Export water Only in a a True emergency. Several at the meeting opposed the cease and desist action. Ail Sintas superintendent of the Cherokee District told directors that Cherokee wants to work with the Board to resolve issues without expensive Legal procedures. He asked directors to table the proposed cease and desist action. Cole Emmons assistant attorney for Elpaso county asked directors to wait 30 Days. Lindsey Case president of the Marksheffel metropolitan District said directors should wait 30 Days. Case told directors they were a self serving. Steve hammers of hammers construction said he Felt caught Between the two districts actions. Construction activity has slowed because of the judges decision he said. Developer Heath Herber whose 152-unit development was continued by the Elpaso county Board of commissioners after Maest decision asked the Board to a set aside the hostilities of the past. Herber said he had a guarantee of please see water Page 4 dogs suspected in local horses deaths by j Emit Renzelman two miniature horses were found dead and one in i n i at ure Don key i no ii red in Peyton last week after what police believe could have been a dog attack. The animals deaths were discovered and reported by their owners on the evening of april 6. The body of one horse was found in the barn on the five acre residence located Northeast of Homestead ranch regional Park the other was found in a pasture and had appeared to have broken through a Fence attempting to flee. According to police reports the owner of the horses had spotted two dogs which she believed to be pit bulls in her garage around 11 . On the morning of the attack. A the dogs did not attack at that Point they just left a stated Elpaso county sheriffs spokesman it. Clif Northam. The horses were last seen alive Between 2-3 The Call to the sheriff s office reporting the animals deaths was received at 8 42 Though the attack was not witnessed Northam said it was obviously a result of dogs or coyotes. A the Deputy on scene noted obvious bite Marks the animals had been chewed up pretty severely especially around the neck but it is unknown whether those bite Marks were from dogs or coyotes a he stated. Both dogs spotted on the property earlier that Day were described As White one with Brown patches. Sheriff s investigators have inactivated the Case unless More information comes to Light. A if anyone can identify the dogs or has seen them around we would like for them to Contact us a Northam said. A we would like to find out if anyone owns the dogs and if they Are strays we would like to get them out of there because they could be anyone with information regarding the dogs or the incident can Contact the sheriffs office at 719 390-5555. Residents file petitions to recall three Elbert county commissioners by John Hill residents filed petitions april 6 to recall the three Elbert county commissioners Suie Graeff John Metli and Steve Stutz. It is the second time residents have filed a petition to recall Metli who was appointed to the seat following the death of Ralph Johnson then elected twice. Elbert county clerk and recorder Amy Fordyce reviewed the petition form from april 6-10 to determine whether to approve or deny the petition form. Elections clerk Megan Taunton said april 11 the petitions were denied. Taunton said april 10 the guidelines in state statutes Are specific with regard to petition forms. Of the petitions Are resubmitted and the forms Are approved residents will have 60 Days from the Date of approval to collect about 2,700 signatures of registered voters to submit to the county clerk. Of the state clerk s office determines the signatures Are valid the recall procedure will ensue. Easter events listed photo submitted 4-h play the Edison dry Landers club members performed this play last weekend. Horace feathers Josh Doak and Gus Gizzard Jade Meinzer enjoy a Peppermint stick while loitering on the streets of new Padua a tames town in the following is information on various easter services and events taking place this season. Ramah Baptist Fellowship will be having their easter egg Hunt at 11 . On saturday april 15. Lunch will be provided. The Promise a musical journey through his word of the Promise will be at 7 On april 15. Refreshments will be served. At to ., sunday. April 16, there will be a Community breakfast. The easter service will take place at 11 . On easter sunday. For More information Call pastor Tim Tucker at 541-3777. There will be easter services at the Rush Community Church at 9 . And a pre glow and social hour at 8 . With an easter egg Hunt for Small children after Church on sunday april 16. Antioch Community Church will be celebrating holy week. At 7 ., thursday april 13, is the Maundy thursday service a Celebration of the last supper with song worship and communion at 7 ., Friday april 14, is the Good Friday service the crucifixion of Jesus c Christ. Dead and buried with communion to follow. On sunday april 16, there will be two worship services. The first worship service will begin at 9 . And the second worship service at 11 . An easter egg Hunt will follow the second service. Cowboy Church of Peyton will Host the following easter services. At 6 ., saturday. April 15. Will be Bible study and at 7 Blue grass gospel worship. On sunday april 16, there will be a contemporary Praise and worship service at 8 15 ., sunday school for children and adults at 9 30 ., and traditional worship at 10 30 . Conservative Bible preaching All services. Communion will be served at All services on easter. The first presbyterian Church will be sponsoring a City wide easter Sunrise service at America the Beautiful Park. The service will include traditional and contemporary worship music led by worship Leader Brian Beatty Sanctuary choir please see events Page 10�~ the largest paid circulation weekly in Elpaso and Elbert counties

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