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Ranchland Farm News (Newspaper) - June 29, 2015, Colorado Springs, Colorado Of fold special collections periodical Peyton Ellicott Simla and Calhan school Board have a Happy and Safe july 4th see Page 16 a Itic if 48? a quot4/ w or �?�ttt37\t5 Nta Vir. T to it it 1 v or Tat oot a to tiny Noo Pat re no cttt3t>tr prs 0001 oooo Ains Region since Moe thursday june 29, 2006email phone 719-541-2288 fax 719-541-2289smile of the week in a smiling because. �?�1 liked the Clown he made me Roby Webb july 4th Early deadlines ranch land news will be closed on tuesday july 4th copy and display and deadlines will be monday at to . Classified line ads will also be monday at to . Elpaso county fair the fair will take place this year july 22 29. See july 20 Issue of the ranch land news for schedules. Call Nikki Early for advertisements in this special Section at 719-541-2288 cleanup Crew needed a cleanup Crew is needed to clean Drennan a school for the ice Cream social. The cleanup will be at to ., july 6, and the ice Cream social will be at 5 ., july 8. Seeking vendors planning for the 6th annual Ramah Days in underway. We Are currently seeking vendors As Well As Parade and car show participants. Please Cal 541-4247 Between 3-7 For details. Index blast from the past 21 classifieds 29-33 Community scope 2 editorials 2 4-h news 19 letters to the editor 2 Little bits 23 obituaries 13 Public notices 25-28 school menus a a school news a a service directory 34-35 sports a a correspondents Smithson 23 in uniform. 24 Edison 16 Hanover 15 Ellicott 16 Yoder 19 Rush 16 Hodgson 15 the largest paid circulation weekly in Elpaso and Elbert counties it Peyton Parent credits songs friends As heroes by John Hill a Peyton Parent has called the friends of his son heroes after they came to his Aid following an Accident. Dave Brumfield said his son David 14, was walking with his friends about i ., on saturday june 17, in Trees on Rocky terrain near Peyton. The boys were searching for arrowheads. A it is a new area a Brumfield said. A they were not familiar with suddenly David fell Down a Steep Hillside about 175-200 feet into a Ravine. Brumfield a son Steve 12, who is asthmatic went for help he ran 1/8 mile through the rough terrain to where Dave Brumfield was visiting friends. David a Friend Miguel Jauregui 12, who watched David fall went straight Down the Steep Hill and into the Ravine As fast As he could. Miguel a brother Kurt to Collin Shannon la and Tom Brumfield to David a brother took an indirect route and reached David soon after. A the hit his head on a Rock and it knocked him unconscious a Dave Brumfield said. David a head had hit the Rock with such Force that it severed part of one ear. A it was hanging by skin a Dave Brumfield said. The boys huddled around David As he regained consciousness. A the did not know where he was or who they were a Dave Brumfield said. A they stayed with him and calmed when Steve reached his father he please see heroes Page 4 volunteers can begin loading Ramah tires on Friday by John Hill representatives of the town of Ramah said this week that volunteers can begin loading tires at noon on Friday june 30, from a property to be cleaned up in a Volunteer Effort. The cleanup was originally set to begin at 7 ., on saturday july i. Representatives will be onsite from noon to dark on Friday for volunteers to begin loading the estimated 4,000-5,000 tires on the property into trailers. The tires will be loaded into trailers on Friday and saturday which will be transported to a tire company South of Colorado Springs where the tires will be unloaded by volunteers on sunday. Dan Vetrano of same Day hauling has volunteered to transport the tires and pay the tires disposal fee. Please see tires Page 8 Toni Gibbons ranch land news five boys helped to Rescue David after his near fatal fall into a Ravine near Peyton on saturday june 17. David is still being closely monitored by his parents and his doctor because of the severity of the concussion he received. His left ear was successfully reattached and is Healing Well. Pictured Back Row left to right Tom Brumfield Kurt Jauregui Collin Shannon front Row left to right Miguel Jauregui Steve Brumfield David of july events set the town of Simla july 4 fireworks Are tentatively set for dusk at the Ball Field. The fireworks will be cancelled if Leroy the horse gives his biggest Grin to booze during their wild West act at the Culpepper and Merriweather circus at Calhan Park on june 23. The fire danger is too High. The town of Kiowa july 4 fireworks will be at dusk at the Elbert county Fairgrounds. The Kiowa fire Protection District will Host the fireworks which Are produced by volunteers and funded by contributions from the Public at the Gate and at businesses. A the Cost to put on the show is funded entirely by the donations collected a a spokesman said. The Elbert county historical society and museum will present the Pioneer fourth Celebration at 11 . At the museum in Kiowa. The Holtwood gun club and to county fire department will Host the Barbecue and dance on monday july 3, at the Chicken coup near Rush. From Rush drive four Miles East on Colorado 94 to county Road 3. Turn North and drive 4.5 Miles. Horseshoe tournament and games begin at 2 ., the pie contest is at 5 Residents can win $20 the Barbecue with pork hot dogs potato salad and baked Beans begins at 5 30 ., and the dance with music by country tradition begins at 8 I Plains Saloma sponsors a let Freedom ring Quot the annual fourth of july Celebration at the Ellicott Park. Line up for the Parade is at 3 30 ., with the Parade to follow at 5 Ellicott Highway will be closed from longhorn drive to handle Road. Arter the Parade residents can participate in a photo contest pie please see fourth Page 9 500 per copy i volume n xtt>7 Issue no. 24 uses 455-020 Assn 0745 4279

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