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Ranchland Farm News (Newspaper) - January 19, 2015, Colorado Springs, Colorado Paid special collections periodicals Good Luck Denver Broncos letters to the editor i see pages 3-4 500 per copy volume no. 107 Issue no. 1 5-digit 80901 Tod 52s 2550 07-10-06 to Ltd or Tompt r900 pikes Peak Library District a special collection of la colorado9springs co 80901 ,9 hovering the pikes Peak Plains Region since 1901 uses 455-020 Assn 0745 4279 thursday january 19, 2006 email phone 719-541-2288 fax 719-541-2289 smile of the week mat Scherrer Simla in a smiling because. �?�1 won my weight class at the wrestling tournament news briefs cell numbers going Public on feb. 5, cell phone numbers Are being released to telemarketing companies and you will Start to receive sales Calls. You will be charged for these Calls these telemarketers will eat up your free minutes and end up costing you Money in the Long run. To prevent this Call the following number from your cell phone 888/382-1222. It is the National do not c All list. It will Only take a minute of your time. It blocks your number for five 5 years. Or you can Register on line at . Ran Ehland news the ran Ehland news is now available at Indian Rex indoor Flea Market in Peyton and Agate Mutual Telephone Coop Assoc in Agate. Eastern Plains citizen coalition the Eastern Plains citizen coalition will meet at Ellicott High school on Jan. 19, 7 . Calhan High school Jan. 25, 7 . Peyton Cowboy Church Jan. 23, 7 . Index blast from the past 17 classifieds 30-33 Community scope 2 editorials 2 Falcon focus a a letters to the editor 3-4 Little bits a a obituaries 12-13 Public notices 25-29 school menus 13 school news 16 service directory 34-35 sports 19-24 correspondents i Calhan a a Good Sam a a i Edison 16 Hanover 15 Ellicott 12 Yoder 14 Rush 15 Ramah a a Stock show a 100-year tradition for local family by Jenni Renzelman on a 3,000 acre ranch with 400 head of cattle the workday can be Long and the labor hard. Be that As it May local rancher Charlie Carnahan said it is a Way of life he has always enjoyed As Well As a tradition that he is proud to carry out. As a fourth generation rancher Carnahan fatal crash at log and Garrett roads at 6 ., Jan. 16, a fatal crash occurred at the intersection of log Road and Garrett Road in Elpaso county. A 1983 Honda prelude was westbound on Garrett Road when the Driver failed to yield to traffic a 2004 Ford Taurus was northbound on log Road and collided broadside with the 1983 Honda. Prelude who entered the intersection when it was not Safe. After the collision the 1983 Honda travelled Oft the Northwest Side of the Road and collided with the Fence. The 1983 Honda came to rest facing South. The Driver of the 1983 Honda died on Seene As a result of his 2004 Ford also travelled Oft the Northwest Side of the Road and collided with a Fence Post. The Ford came to rest facing North. The deceased Driver of the 1983 Honda was identified As 42-year-old Timothy Reed. The Driver of the 2004 Ford was identified As 17-year-old Paul Ward and was not injured. The crash is Sti 11 under investigation by the Colorado Springs troop of the Colorado state patrol. Detection of Mold suspends court in Elbert county two Elbert county commissioners and representatives of the Colorado judicial department met Jan. 13 to outline immediate plans for addressing concerns arising out of the most recent detection of Mold at the Elbert county Justice Center. The detection of Mold in the Elbert county Justice Center is necessitating that officials make emergency arrangement for meeting the needs of the Community. Mold was discovered in the building last week and further inspection yielded additional occurrences. Remediation will need to take place to eradicate the Mold in these areas. The following information is being provided to help those needing to conduct business with the courts. All functions temporarily move to the Douglas county Justice Center. A yesterday it was announced that court proceedings have been suspended and the clerks office closed due to the discovery of Mold in the judicial offices located in the Elbert county judicial Center a said Karen Salaz office of the state court administrator. A these arrangements please see court Page 11 presently works the ranch he grew up on Between Elbert and Kiowa the same ranch that his great Grandfather homesteaded. While Many things have changed on the ranch there Are still some traditions that hold Strong one of which is hauling Home grown cattle up to the annual Stock show in Denver. This will be the too consecutive year that cattle raised please see tradition e 9 John Hill ranch land news upside Down Simla High school wrestler mat Scherrer kicks up to try to break the hold of Calhan s Todd stauffer in a match at the Simla invitational tournament Jan. 14. First anti toll Road Bill introduced by John Hill the chairman of the Eastern Plains citizens coalition said Jan. 11 the first anti toll Road Bill was the third introduced on the first Day of the 2006 legislative session Jan. 11. Clark Absher said rep. Jack pommers Bill is numbered my 06-1003 and is similar to he 05-1342, which was vetoed by gov. Bill Owens in june. The Bill places additional controls Over private toll roads and requires notification to property owners whose properties Are within a toll Road claim. Absher also distributed eight petitions with spaces for 30 signatures each to residents attending the meeting at Woodmen Hills elementary school. Absher signed out the petitions and instructed residents about procedures. Petitioners intend to gather about 68,000 signatures by june to file with the Secretary of states office to place an initiative on the ballot. Absher said the coalition has the goal of acquiring 110,000 signatures to ensure that 68,000 of the signatures Are valid. Absher distributed copies of the initiative which proposes restrictions on the use of eminent Domain to condemn private property. The proposed initiative defines the term a Public use using two definitions a the Possession and occupation of any condemned property by a Public entity or by a Public Utility regardless of whether such Public Utility is a private entity and notwithstanding the authority of the Public utilities commission under article xxv of this constitutions and Quot the acquisition and disposition of property in order to remedy conditions which endanger life or property and which Are detrimental to the Public health or Public safety. Other than use of the phrase a detrimental to the Public health or Public safety the proposed initiative John Hill ranch land news Clark Absher chairman of the Eastern Plains citizens coalition said Jan. 11 the first anti toll Road Bill has been introduced in the state legislature. Does not specifically address the please see Bill Page 6 if the largest paid circulation weekly in Elpaso and Elbert counties

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