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Ranchland Farm News (Newspaper) - April 27, 2015, Colorado Springs, Colorado Trill Iii maw Lyv we at it x t <0 -1 to Ellicott super saddles up for Trail ride see Page 9 500 52 per copy a Glaser National award Winner n p see Page to c of Safe m he a a Krill fl01-?9qq Dott 80901 �?~p90o volume no. 107 Issue no. 15 i a ft1 v. A w a who Reraig the Pil Reg Peak Plains Region since 190t uses 455-020 Assn 0745 4279 thursday april 27, 2006email phone 719-541-2288 fax 719-541-2289 smile of the week in a smiling because. Quot i love my Job Quot Patty Carman correction the child pictured on Page 6 of the april 20 Issue of the ranch land news is Bryce Johnson not Bryce Pieper. The ranch land news will Correct errors in factual reporting. Call 719 541-2288. Neighbourhood watch officer Steve Hannum of Calhan is putting on a presentation to Start a neighbourhood watch in Calhan at 7 p.m., thursday april 27, at the exhibit Hall at the Elpaso county Fairgrounds. Benefit dinner there will he a Spaghetti Benefit dinner for Wade Kelly and family at 5 30 p.m., monday May i at Miami Yoder cafeteria. The Cost is $6 per person cemetery clean up the town of Calhan is requesting that All decorations Flowers ornaments etc., at the cemetery be removed by May 12 for cemetery clean up. Senior lunch there will be a Simla senior lunch at noon on wednesday april 26, at the Golden Rod room on Pueblo blast from the past 17 classifieds 30-33 Community scope 2 editorials 2 student of the week a a letters to the editor 4,6 Little bits 101 obituaries 12-13 Public notices 29-33 school menus 12 school news 12 service directory 34-35 sports 19-25 correspondents Smithson 14 Good Sam 18 Edison 13 Hanover 16 Ellicott 13 Yoder 18 Rush 16 Hodgson 14 sheriff Maketa presents 9-1-1 hero awards sheriff Terry Maketa honoured two exceptional Young people from Eastern Elpaso county As 9-1-1 heroes on wednesday april 19, 2006, at the Calhan school 800 bulldog Road. Sheriff Maketa dispatcher Kandy Fritch and patches the cares Bear presented the 9-1-1 hero award to Joshua and Stacy Minix. At about 8 25 a.m., on Jan. 24, 2006, Stacy and Laverne Minix were involved in a traffic crash that seriously injured the grandmother. Even though she had also sustained an injury Stacy was Able to climb out of the vehicle and run Back to her Home where she retrieved her 15-year-old brother Joshua. Stacy and Joshua ran Back to their grandmothers Aid while calling 9-1-1 using a cellular Telephone. Joshua described his grandmothers injuries to dispatcher Kandy Fritch and remained on the line with is. Fritch until medical help arrived. Both Stacy and her grandmother Mobile Home policy might be changed by John Hill at the april 20 meeting of the Elpaso county Board of commissioners commissioner Douglas Bruce announced that the Board of review has proposed to Amend the regional building code to concede an inspection for owners of Mobile Homes built before june 15, 1976. The proposed change will a allow an inspection process a Bruce said. Earlier this year the regional building code was amended to prevent Mobile Homes made before 1976 from being moved into the county or moved within the county. Also the county assessors office devalued pre-1976 Mobile Homes by about 75 percent. Bruce said he asked that owners be notified by mail of the proposed inspection process. Bruce said he supported authorities issuing citations for violations of the regional building code. A i am pleased the regional building department is moving in the right direction a Bruce said. He asked commissioner Jim Bensberg the boards Liaison to the regional building department to support the proposed change. A i do plan to support those changes a Bensberg said. A there have been remedies in place and appeals available. Bensberg asked whether the county assessors office would restore the assessed values of the Mobile Homes. Bensberg said the assessors office action was to a a slash values. The effect of the action caused a a decrease to the county scoffers a he please see Mobile Page 5 were transported to a local Hospital. Stacy sustained a minor hand injury and her grandmother suffered multiple Back fractures. If not for the children a Quick and decisive action the grandmothers life threatening injuries could have become More severe. Elpaso county Sheri Fps office school resource officers Sros Deputy John David and Deputy Don Roycraft. As Well As members of the Calhan and Black Forest fire departments also were present for the award ceremony. John Hill ranch land news Elpaso county sheriff Terry Maketa presented Calhan a Joshua 15, and Stacy 11, Minix with 9-1-1 hero awards at an Assembly april 19. Stacy was Riding with her grandmother Laverne Minix 62, on Jan. 24 when their vehicle was involved in an Accident. Stacy went for help and her brother Joshua called 9-1-1 and remained on the phone until help came. Laverne Minix remained in the Hospital with Back injuries for several weeks. Ellicott Board approves teachers trip request by John Hill the Board of directors of Ellicott school District 22 voted unanimously to approve a teacher s leave request so that the teacher can instruct music teachers and students in China during the 2006-07 school year. Superintendent Terry Ebert said the trip would be classified As a a educational. The teacher a Fulbright scholar will leave in August. The teacher will receive a stipend of $200 per month in chinese currency. A you will be greatly missed a said Board member Marcia Mangan. Two other teachers were granted leave requests for the 2005-06 school year. Neither is receiving benefits a Board member said. The Board will meet in a special meeting at 7 p.m., on wednesday april 26, to consider three items approval of certified staff. Internet Content filters and student Issue. Ebert said the Board will determine at that time the number of positions that will need to be filled for the 2006-07 school year. Directors discussed internet Content filters. A we have tested two Content filters a Ebert said. He described them As being a was close to foolproof As we can get. Administrators and Board members will review three products one of which is already being used in the District. The districts existing procedure is a Block. A we have not allowed students to go to the Dot coms Quot Ebert said. He explained to directors that the provisions of the child s internet Protection act mandate require that the District have Content filters operational. Ebert and director Joseph Nee will participate in the make a wish foundation s Trail ride on May 6. The event includes Riding on the air Force Academy trails a Chuck Wagon lunch and a silent auction Ebert said. The District has collected More than $2,000 for donations to the organization a spokesman said. Board members heard a report that a fourth Metal Light pole is available. The District might use a four pole please see Ellicott Page 9 historic toll Road legislation Heads to the House floor a overwhelming bipartisan support by John Hill the office of the democratic party announced april 19 that rep. Jack pommers he 06-1003 was passed unanimously by the House transportation and Energy committee and advances to the House floor with a overwhelming bipartisan support. The office said More than too residents attended As the committee voted. A Jhb 06-1003 would direct a corporation formed for the purpose of building a private toll Road to follow a set Public process for certain environmental and planning requirements before it can break a spokesman said. A this Bill sets up a solid Public process and guarantees that the Public and affected neighbors will always have a say in any decision making related to private toll Road projects a Pommer said. A real people had a say in the evolution of this Bill. This is How government should largest paid circulation weekly in Elpaso and Elbert counties

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