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Ranchland Farm News (Newspaper) - May 25, 2015, Colorado Springs, Colorado 500 per copy 2006 graduating seniors see pullout British couple share Good times in Calhan see Page 10 volume no. 107 Issue no. 19 a Dott b0901 rip 40s 2bb0 7 1-10-0 it cup tit bp00 int sir in of Sqq email Fern re the pieces Peak Plains Region since 1901 it uses 455-020 Assn 0745 4279 thursday May 25, 2006 phone 719-541-2288 fax 719-541-2289 smile of the week to smiling because. �?�1 love my mom. She a a Joshua Mitchell llllu1 Meridan ranch news briefs Kenchland news closed on monday Early deadline for ads will be f riday by 5 . Open House Peyton High school will be having an open House in Honor of sue Holmes from noon-2 ., Friday May 26, at the High school. Cake will be served. Please Stop by if you can to wish her Well and visit. Farewell reception big Sandy school will be saying Good Bye to several of its staff members this Spring. In Honor of these individuals the school will be hosting a Farewell potluck and reception at 11 ., May 26, Al the school cafeteria. Bull Riding Benefit there will be a Bull Riding Benefit for Shawn Nehl on sunday May 28, at the Elpaso county Fairground in Calhan. New superintendent Miami Yoder school Board would like to announce the hiring of Richard Walter for superintendent. Or. Walter attended graduation at Miami Yoder school May 21. Storm causes damage in Ellicott by John Hill severe thunderstorms with Strong winds and Hail caused damage to several structures near Ellicott on monday May 22. The National weather service reported winds gusting from 58 to 73 mph and .88 Inch Hail. The winds Tore roofs off structures damaged and blew debris into Power please see storm Page 2 six Hundred acre grass fire contained by Toni Gibbons four fire districts with 19 units worked six hours to contain a wild land grass fire South of Highway 24 on May 20. The 600 acres destroyed in the fire were All pasture land. No structures people or animals were injured. The cause of the Blaze has yet to be determined. Ellicott fire chief de com reminded residents of How vulnerable properties Are to wild land fires. A it is extremely dry and people need to understand these conditions will continue until we get significant amounts of rain a said com. John Hill ranch land news champions Peytona a 3,200-meter relay team of Brent Nelsen Travis Stanford Anthony Martinez and Branson Bartlett celebrate after breaking the state record by More than 10 seconds at the class 2a state meet May 19-20 at dutch Clark stadium in Pueblo. Peyton scored 65 Points to take the schools first Ever team championship. Memorial Day ceremonies and events Index blast from the past 16 classifieds 33-37 Community scope 2 editorials 2 student of the w Eek a a letters to the editor 4 Little bits 21 obituaries 13 Public notices 29-32 school menus 20 school news a a service directory 38-39 sports 22-28 correspondents Smithson 14 in uniform 6 Edison 18 Hanover 20 Ellicott 15 Yoder la Rush 12 Hodgson 15 Simla a american legion Post 77 will hold the annual memorial Day cemetery ceremony beginning at 11 ., monday May 29, at the Simla cemetery. The Ramah american legion will be holding their memorial Day ceremonies at 10 30 ., at Sproch cemetery and 11 30 ., at the Ramah cemetery. A potluck will follow at the american legion Hall in Ramah. Clarence g. Dzuris Post 5221 will Honor our fallen veterans with two ceremonies to be held on memorial Day May 29. The first will take place at the St. Michael a cemetery at to ., to be followed by a second ceremony at 11 a At the Calhan cemetery. Public attendance is encouraged. In addition vow members will be raising the cemetery flags to half staff at 7 They will be raised to full staff at noon following the ceremony and will be lowered at 5 . We Welcome anyone interested in helping with the raising and lowering of the flags. For questions please Contact Randy Rock at 347-2962. Photo submitted ranch Taroj news Ellicott fire District personnel responded to a 600-acre wild land fire South of Highway 94. Toni Gibbons ranch land news jumper James Shaffor is attended to by the Calhan and Peyton Ems personnel after breaking his leg during a jump. Shaffor was airlifted shortly after the Accident. Elpaso commissioners approve toll Road by Job it Hill at the May 18 meeting the Elpaso county Board of commissioners voted 3-1, Douglas Bruce dissenting. To support a proposed toll Road in Northern and Eastern Elpaso county. Bruce initially was in favor of the project a until it slipped out that they wanted to have tax free financing by tax exempt Bonds. Bruce said he also opposed the project because it was a Public private project and the proposal included possible condemnation of property a i cannot support forcible condemnation without consent of private property for building a private Road a he said. A this is not the front Range toll Road company toll brute said. Commissioner Wayne Williams argued that the Colorado department of transportation would use its authority of eminent Domain to condemn property if necessary. Title of the property would revert to the private company Bruce asserted. Williams disagreed saying that coot would control the property Williams said the project would be a a whole lot cheaper Quot than a Public project partially because of a taxpayer borne. Tax exempt Bonds. Commissioner Dennis Hisey said he told the Developer his preference is that the Road follow the routes of Drennen and Bradley. The largest paid circulation weekly in Elpaso and Elbert counties

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