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Ranchland Farm News (Newspaper) - May 11, 2015, Colorado Springs, Colorado Simla Fla National qualifiers l. A cd Luck 500 it per copy i o % volume no. 107 it Issue no. 17 o la of to q see Page 12 Uvea donates books to local Library see Page 18 sr1? a. �wd0 Springs c0 80901-2999 a Stovering the pikes teak Plains Region since 1901 uses 455-020 Assn 0745 4279 thursday May 11,2006 email phone 719-541-2288 fax 719-541-2289 it smile of the week some fire districts lose in May election ballot issues fail in Falcon District news briefs Index if the largest paid circulation weekly in Elpaso and Elbert counties if by Toni Gibbons the two fold ballot issues brought before the voters of the Falcon fire Protection District failed on May 2. The first Issue asked the voters to approve a Bond for the building and equipping of two new stations and the remodelling of Falcon station 2. The second Issue was a Mill Levy to raise the additional Revenue for operational expenses of the new stations. A a we appreciated seeing additional participation by the voters horse attacked by by Toni Gibbons the Peyton 12-year-old horse injured in the dog attack on april 30 is recovering. A the has 33 Staples in his face but is doing Well said Cindi Engelke whose daughter owns the horse. On sunday afternoon april 30, two american bulldogs owned by Steve Arana and his daughter Rebecca attacked two horses owned by the Engelkes on Spur ranch Road North of Homestead Park. Bob was alerted to the attack when he heard one of the horses screaming the Elpaso county sheriffs office said. Engelke witnessed one of the dogs latching on to the Cheek of the 12-year-old gelding. The second dog bit by John Hill needy Falcon residents now can visit a local food pantry operated by the Mountain Springs Church. Jean Woolsey said the food pantry was built in the Yard of Falcon storage 14755 e. Highway 24, 3.5 Miles East of the District a said Alex Donnell designated election official. A the turnout was Good with Over 1,100 in Ellicott incumbent David Hemley will return for a 4-year term. The ballot Issue to eliminate term limits passed by one vote. Chief de Corn said there would be a recount because the vote totals Are less than i percent difference. In Simla officials cancelled the election because Only two applicants filed to fill two directors seats. Dog is recovering the Back leg of the 6-year-old gelding leaving a puncture wound. Cindi Engelke said both horses managed to shake Oft the dogs shortly after the attack started and she was Able to detain one of the dogs in a Kennel before the sheriff arrived. The owner of the dog attacking the Back leg Steve Arana of Hopper Road was not cited. However his daughter Rebecca Arana 24, the owner of the dog that inflicted the wound on the Cheek was cited for ownership of a dangerous dog. A both dogs were euthanized on tuesday and Rebecca Arana will be appearing in the Elpaso county court on june 28,�?� said sgt. Jim Groth Public information officer. Of the intersection of Woodmen Road and . 24, and will be open from 9 . To 4 ., on monday and thursday. Residents can visit one time per in Kiowa residents of the Kiowa fire Protection District voted 148-100 against a $4 million project to build a new fire station. Rick Kolm 180 votes Russell Happy mothers Day by John Hill after two attempts to separate votes on administrative personnel the Board of directors of Falcon school District 49 approved the proposed administration May 4. Director Anna Bartha moved to Amend a motion to approve Central administration contracts to split the Issue into two votes but the amendment was Defeated in a Skinner 157 votes and James Jerrold 151 votes were elected to four year terms. Please see fire Page 11 Toni Gibbons ranch land news separate vote. Bartha and Amy Mcclelland voted for the amendment but Dave Martin Laine Gibson and Dave Stark opposed it. A this is really necessary Quot Bartha said. A budget cuts May be Bartha then moved to insert a Blank into the original motion. Stark supported Bartha and Mcclelland and the motion passed. Bartha again proposed to separate the vote on the contracts into two votes. Stark Bartha and Mcclelland supported the motion and the Board voted first on Central administration personnel and then on other administrators. The first vote passed 3-2, Bartha and Mcclelland dissenting and the second vote passed unanimously. The actions removed an administrator. Joe Cole. From the Central administration staff s a a cabinets in addition to other changes. Board members in previous meetings had opposed or questioned the proposed reorganization of the Central administration championed by superintendent Steven Hull. The Board approved the land dedication agreement Between the District and Banning Lewis ranch Academy. A the school is being built Quot said please see Falcon Page 2 please see food Page 2 John Hill ranch and news six adult leaders at Majestic View Church in Kiowa shaved their Heads May 7 after youth groups met their Challenge and raised More than $1,000 per Leader for activity expenses. Pastor John Smith second from left and Nathan Smith Donnie Gabehart Brian Janes Steve Blair Don Ross shaved their Heads and wore to shirts proclaiming the benefits of being Bald. Smith said the to shirt purchases Benefit american troops. Food pantry opens in Falcon Ainsley Selle 9 months with her mom Michelle Selle was the youngest participant at the annual Mother daughter dinner at the Calhan a methodist Church on May 7. The theme of the dinner was grandmas apron and included food music and poetry. Falcon Board approves administration in a smiling because. To Happy to be Brian James Yoder correction the Calhan bucker and truckers Bull Riding Benefit for the Shawn Nehl family will be held on sunday May 28. There will be no barrel racing at this event. Donations can be sent to Farmers state Bank do Laura Hansen. Open House there will be an open House for Bob Selle from 4 30-7 ., tuesday May 23, at Calhan school room 522. Come help us say thank you to Bob. Calhan clean lip Day the town of Calhan will be having their annual clean up Day on saturday May 30, from 9 .-1 At the town shop at 9,h and Colorado. There will be a $5 charge per Load for town residents. Out of town prices will be determined by waste management. 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. Blast from the past 17 classifieds 33-37 Community scope 2 editorials 2 student of the week 19 letters to the editor 2,4 Little bits 21 obituaries 13 Public notices 27-32 school menus 18 school news 20 service directory 38-39 sports 21-26 correspondents Smithson 17 de achievers 11 Edison 15 Hanover 16 Ellicott 19 Yoder 19 Rush 21 Hodgson 14

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