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Ranchland Farm News (Newspaper) - May 4, 2015, Colorado Springs, Colorado Enjoy All the coverage of local schools Toni Gibbons new reporter at ranch land see inside 0 see column Page 2 500 s or copy of o volume no. 107 to Issue no. 16 i r �?o5 a digit 809�1 2s50 07-10-06 70p Sqq pts Etc Pytak top papa ?w7� special collections la Popov 9qqq color a no cd Jaq cd -9qrc Over neg the Sifres teak Plains Region since 1901 Jan. 4, uses 455-020 Assn 0745 4279 thursday May 4, 2006email phone 719-541-2288 fax 719-541-2289 of f c la we rom a a o in s 5 jul x. O j smile of the week Josh Dahl Simla news briefs Siren testing the town of Calhan will he testing the Tornado Siren on Friday May 5, at 7 . Benefit dinner a Benefit dinner is planned at St. Paul lutheran for Don and Debbie Drew from 6 30-8 30 ., Friday May 12, a free will offering will be received to support Don and Deb and to help defray the costs of cancer treatment for Don. Enjoy the Beautiful voices of the Eastern Plains children a chorus. Bring you families and friends to a great Friday night lasagna dinner and entertainment. Trail ride the Ellicott school District #22, Ellicott Pat is sponsoring a Trail ride to Benefit make a wish foundation of Colorado on May 6, at the air Force Academy. The Gates open at 9 . There is a suggested donation of $40 for participants which includes Beautiful trails Chuck Wagon lunch live entertainment Benefit auction and Hay rides. Index blast from the past 19 classifieds 33-37 Community scope. 2 editorials 2 student of the week 21 letters to the editor 4 Little bits 22 obituaries 12-13 Public notices 30-32 school menus 21 school news 20 service directory 38-39 sports 239-29 correspondents i Smithson 16 in uniform la Edison 18 Hanover 16 Ellicott 18 Yoder 20 Rush 17 i Dodgson 14 Calhan neighbourhood watch organizes by Toni Gibbons teaching people How to take a proactive stance against crime is the goal of the neighbourhood watch program started on april 27 by the Calhan police department and facilitated by sgt. Steve Hannum. A these arc not the Good old Days anymore. People need to learn How to secure their residences businesses and vehicles to prevent crime a Hannum said. Some of the key Points shared by Hannum during the meeting were a make sure your property is Well lit a maintain a Yard that is Clear of debris a mail your checks at the Post office. A with the Rise of identity theft putting your checks in the mail Box with the Flag up is a bad idea a Hannum said. Thieves now have the ability to use special chemicals to bleach the Check thereby enabling them to create a Blank Check with your signature a use direct Deposit whenever possible a if you have a to year License with a social Security number on it ask to have it reissued without the number and a get to know your neighbors and Call the police when you see suspicious activity. Hannum explained with the Rise of methamphetamine production it has become increasingly important for people to learn to recognize the signs of a meth lab in their neighbourhood. Some of the key things to look for Are a Blister packs of Suda fed lying around a Coffee filters stained red from the processing of the Suda fed a quantities of chemicals including acetone paint thinners iodine Etc. This can include unusual quantities of empty containers of these chemicals As Well a chemical smells similar to cat please see watch Page 9 photo submitted rollover Accident officers and Simla fire responded Early tuesday morning to Highway 24, approximately v2 mile West of or 141 on a rollover. Upon arrival a male party was trapped in the Sun. He was conscious and Alert. He was transported via flight for life with head injuries to Penrose Hospital. Witnesses stated that the vehicle was travelling West on Highway 24 and left the right Side of the Highway. The Driver apparently Over corrected and rolled 2-3 times Landing in the pasture on the South Side of the Highway. Officers obtain felony arrest warrants officers obtained a felony arrest warrant for Cheri e. Palmer 28, of Simla. Palmer allegedly wrote a $ 1,500 Check to her landlord Joyanne Breakall to pay for Back rent. Palmer turned herself in at the Elbert county she rift a office and was released on a or Bond. She will appear in court on june 5. Officers obtained another arrest warrant for Beau Swisher 20, of Limon for theft and criminal mischief. Swisher allegedly stole a trailer in Simla. When the trailer was recovered there was More than $ 1,000 damage. Simla officers contacted the Limon police department and they took Swisher into custody. He is being held on a $6,000 Bond. Bull Riding Benefit for Shawn Nehl family there will be a Calhan fuckers and truckers Bull Riding Benefit at i ., saturday May 28, at the Elpaso county Fairgrounds in Calhan. One Hundred percent of the proceeds from this event Are to go to Shawn Nehl and the Nehl family to help offset the Cost of Shawn s quadruple open heart surgery. Peyton Middle annual school $7,900. Photo submitted school students Russy Evans left and Nicholas Gibbs participate in the 3rd walk for diabetes at Peyton Middle school. The walk raised approximately entry fee for the open Bulleri driving is $100 Junior Bull Riding $40 Chute dogging $15 and barrel racing. $25. All entry fees Are Cash Only. Anyone showing a us foods id gets Gate admission for half Price. For More information Contact swede and Laura Hansen at 719 478-2990. Third annual school walk for diabetes the 3rd annual school walk for diabetes was a Success for Peyton students. Two Hundred fifty students in grades 2-8, participated in the walk that raised approximately $7,900. The event was coordinated by school nurse Deb Ellis and be teacher Connie Phelan. The students obtained pledges and then walked around the track at the Peyton Middle school. Appreciation is expressed to those helped pan Ide the snacks for the students As Well As the parents who participated in the walk with their students. The Money raised goes to the american diabetes association for funding the research for the treatment and cure of diabetes. Deb Ellis is pleased and touched by the students desire to raise Money for the Ada. They did a great Job for a great cause and she is proud to be part of it. A the largest paid circulation weekly in Elpaso and Elbert counties a

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