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Ranchland Farm News (Newspaper) - February 16, 2015, Colorado Springs, Colorado Local girl scout earns Gold award see Page 7 in see Page 10 500 per copy it9 p volume no. 107 Issue no. 5 Job to do l t Collea-1 1 to Box 2993 Tver Cut a. In a covering the Sifres teak Plains Region since 1901 40 uses 455-020 Assn 0745 4279 thursday february 16, 2006email phone 719-541-2288 fax 719-541-2289smile of the week Beth Sanfilippo Ltd to Calhan Pool plan withdrawn by John Hill Robert be i in a Board member of the Calhan Community development inc., and superintendent of the Calhan school District said feb. 13 the organization has withdrawn the service plan for the Eastern Elpaso county recreation District temporarily ending the proposed Calhan Pool project. Selie said he and other volunteers have worked on the project for five years. The organization had raised about $50,000 but needed several times that for construction of the facility. See in represented the organization in bringing the proposal before the Elpaso county Board of commissioners feb. 2. The county voted to extend the opt out period and continue the hearing to april but criticized the proposal. Selle said the organization will review the proposal and might resubmit at a later Date. Former Elbert teacher under investigation by Jenni re me i Man the investigation of a teacher and his suspected Access of illegal pornographic material Are currently under investigation by the Elbert county sheriff s office. Steve Brownlee formerly an English teacher at Elbert school was placed on paid administrative leave Jan. 26 by the schools Board of education after questions emerged regarding Brownlee a possibly inappropriate use of the internet on a classroom computer. Just five Days later the school Board accepted Brownlee a resignation at a special meeting. District officials released a statement that cited a District policy violation relating to Access of inappropriate internet material a and claimed. A the Case has been turned Over to Law enforcement for further investigation. We will have no further Elbert county sheriff William Frangis reported that a search warrant was carried out feb. 8 by officers at Brownlee a residence in Kiowa where several items such As a Home computer and related items were removed without incident in the presence of Brownlee and his wife. Those items have been forwarded to forensic labs where they will be Analysed and reviewed for any sexually explicit material involving Young girls Frangis said including photos and or documents. A there has not been any arrest at this Point a Frangis stated. A the investigation is still local resident thwarts phone scam by Jenni Renzelman a phone Call received by a local resident last week is proof positive that phone scams Are alive and Well and that area residents should be on their guard. Simla resident Randy Phillips received a phone Call last week that everyone dreams of an offer for a Large sum of Money with no strings attached. A it was like one of those scams you hear about on the news a Phillips said. A a the caller said that 20 people were selected in my area to receive $12,000 in Grant Phillips received the Call on feb. 9, at la 30 a.m., and said that he was immediately suspicious. A i did no to give him any information but i was trying to get information from him a Phillips explained. A the had some kind of Indian accent. He kept going on and on and said he worked for the . Government but he Tell me what the objective of the Call Phillips said was to get a Bank account number to which the supposed $ 12,000 would be deposited in. The caller had a list of Phillips Bank accounts though Index blast from the past 16 classifieds 38-41 Community scope 2 editorials 2 student of the week 21 letters to the editor 4 Little bits to obituaries 13 Public notices 31-37 school menus 15 school news 12 service directory 42-43 sports 23-30 correspondents Calhan a a Good Sarr i 14 Edison 12 Hanover 13 Ellicott 18 Yoder 15 Rush is Ramah a a photo sub i Ted picture above Are John and Patsy Dowers with the Peyton principal sue Holmes. Anyone who has had anything to do with Peyton athletics for Over the past two decades knows the Dowers. John and Patsy do stats for boys and girls varsity basketball Call lines at volleyball games and Man the Rescue unit at football games. Any time and anywhere there Are Peyton athletes competing you will find the Dowers encouraging and supporting them. A few years ago a Parent wanted to know who the a older couple were that they saw at All the events in Peyton and if they had children who participated. Patsy when asked replied a fall these kids Are our kids a biologically John and Patsy have no children but literally have hundreds of Peyton kids. On feb. 10, John and Patsy were honoured with a dedication ceremony at Peyton High school during parents night. A plaque was unveiled above the Center bleachers which reads a this Section of bleachers is dedicated to John and Patsy Dowers for their years of dedication and support to Peyton athletics and also is the quotation a fall these kids Are our kids. Unfurled above the Home bleachers on the railing is a Banner that declares the gym As a Clowers court. The Peyton Community thanks John and Patsy Dowers for All their support and love not Only for Peyton athletes but for All of Peytona a kids. May they be Here to cheer for Many years to come. They were old accounts and no longer Active. A the scary part was that he knew my physical address and said someone would show up at my door the next Day feb. To to give me a secret code a Phillips said. A the said i could go to the Bank and give that secret code to the Bank manager to get the needless to say Phillips refused to give the caller any useful information. A i could Tell the Guy was getting notated and he kept making mistakes in his script. At one Point the amount i was getting changed to $12,500.�?� Phillips said that eventually the caller Hung up on him and no one showed up at his door the next Day with a secret code. After the Call had ended. Phillips called the Simla police department to report the incident. Police chief Jim Leach began investigating the matter and received reports from the District attorney s office that a similar phone Call had been reported in Englewood. A the whole thing just makes me angry there Are a lot of people out Here that could be getting Calls like i did a Phillips commented. A my fear is that these scammers will get phone numbers of some of the More vulnerable people in our area and get the Bank account one of the Cardinal rules of advice Given consistently by both Law enforcement and Bank officials is to never give out any account information Over the phone unless you Are the one who has initiated the Call and Are assured that the requirement for information is legitimate. Justice Center reopen Date extended try John Hill no tentative Date for reopening the Elbert county Justice Center was set at the feb. 8 meeting of the Elbert county Board of commissioners. The Bocc originally set a target Date to reopen feb. 13, but continued testing and other issues will keep the facility closed. Consultant Bob woes nor said no respiratory Protection is necessary for technicians to Wear while working inside the building. A the highest concentrations of airborne Mold spores we found and please see Center Page 4the largest paid circulation weekly in Elpaso and Elbert counties

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