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Yuma Sun (Newspaper) - March 21, 2015, Yuma, ArizonaCity unveils solar Fields for treatment plants/a3 to Days High 90� details on c6 saturday March 21, 2015 50 cents read by More than 101,000 in print and online daily a1 00058153-bbq 4115 e. 32nd St. 4e and 32nd St wedges putters chippers menus and ladies menus and ladies $19 menus & ladies lefties 460 cd Drivers $39 3-5 Woods $10 open 10am to 4pm daily Golf gloves full Cabretta leather $5 Ball retrievers $9 All Golf bags 50% off 00 05 84 59 Golf tent re gripping special Sale Yuma a 85365 Over 10,000 clubs to choose from Golf carts clothing accessories shoes & sandals hats Golf balls thursday Friday saturday sunday Woods & Irons Golf Pride Lampkin Winn & others Standard grip $4 oversize or jumbo $5 includes installation and grips with any Purchase while you wait with and Reg. $1999 buy these photos at photos by Randy Hoeft Yuma Sun Justin Acord left in photo above with Morris a air Southwest and John Garr a National agricultural aviation association operation . Analyst record a Friday morning pass by Morris a air crop duster Pilot Phil Ekdahl who is laying Down a pattern of Pink Dye at Somerton Airport during a test and evaluation session designed to help the Yuma company apply chemicals to crops More efficiently. Special cards in the flight pattern change color As droplets of Pink Dye land on them during a test and evaluation session Friday morning at Somerton Airport designed to help Yumas Morris a air Southwest apply chemicals to crops More efficiently. The cards Are fed into computers that evaluate the Droplet spectrum and Spray efficiency. A Parent recently reached out to the Yuma Sun to voice his concerns about two signs that were on display at a track and Field event at Kofa High school. A sign that read go fat kids was posted near the shot put and discus event at a wednesday track meet where students from Kofa Yuma Catholic and Yuma High schools were All competing. Victor Ortiz a Parent of a Yuma Catho Lic competitor said that he believed that the sign was a form of bullying behaviour not acceptable at any age level. The fact that they re calling Field event kids fat including Kofas own athletes is demeaning and hurts their self esteem. These kids go out there and give it their All and some people choose to say this and hide behind a faceless sign. Its not very welcoming and does not encourage sports Manship. Ortiz also believes that another sign that was posted next to it which read we put up with a lot of shot was inappropriate. I understand that its a play on words but its not acceptable in our schools he said. Yuma Union High school District administration said that they have been pro Active in trying to remedy the situation and have offered their apologies to those Parent concerned about track meet displays by Sarah Womer Syssara Homer signs of bullying or support loaned photo the fact that they re calling Field event kids fat including Kofas own athletes is demeaning and hurts their self esteem says Victor Ortiz a Parent of a Yuma Catholic competitor about these two signs that were on display at a recent track and Field signs/a5 before the planes started Fly ing at Somerton Airport Early on Friday morning or. Dennis r. Gardisser president of work of Arkansas Lac gave a warning to those on the testing site. The plane is Fly ing from that Way Over Here he said motion ing with his Arm. If you get the Dye on you a year from now you would never know it. His company flew in to run an operation . Self regulating application & flight Efficacy clinic for local business Morris a air Southwest whose owner Miles Morris placed the winning $14,000 bid on the clinic at the National agricultural aviation association conference in december of last year. This technology were using to test was originally developed by Nasa said Gardisser a re tired professor of agricultural engineering. The testing process involves a company holds aircraft testing at Somerton Airport by Kevin g. Andrade Yuma Sun staff writer photo by Kevin g. Andrade Yuma Sun a Morris a air Southwest plane sprays Pink Dye Over the testing ground at Somerton Airport. See aircraft/a5 after almost four weeks of try ing officers with the Yuma police departments animal control unit were finally Able to Rescue a Small dog that had been running Loose along the median on inter state 8. Yuma police department spokesperson officer Joe Frank Lin said that last month the department started receiving re ports from motorists of a Small dog running in the median from Avenue 3e to Giss Parkway and they were worried it was going to get Hurt or killed. Franklin said the police depart mentus animal control quickly responded and attempted to capture the dog but was unable to do so. So they returned repeatedly to the area Only to leave again with out the dog. It was hard to catch Frank Lin said. We had to be really care Ful but we finally caught the Little Booger. Dog rescued on freeway by Cpd unit will be up for adoption by James Gilbert Ycjames Gilbert loaned photo Yuma police department animal control unit after almost four weeks of trying officers with the City of Yuma police departments animal control unit were finally Able to Rescue this emaciated female dog later named freeway on March 11. She had been running Loose on the median on interstate 8 Between Avenue 3e to Giss Parkway. See dog/a5 com video @

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