A bill that would allow rural schools to hire retired teachers whose pensions are covered by Public Employees Retirement Association is only one procedural step away from heading to the governor’s
Students who attended the Wednesday, April 26, AWANA awards program are pictured from left, front row, Ruby Santistevan, Daniel Schroetlin, Andrew Schroetlin, Jeremiah Greenman, Meredith Schlachter, Lucas Jordan, Colin Jordan, Hannah Krieger, Rebekah Krieger, pastor Jeremiah Krieger and Will Krieger; second row, Caleb Santistevan, Ryan Schlachter, Savannah Emmerich, Emilee Salas and Alicia Salas ; third row, Bo Steggs, Ethan Renner, Emy Goldenstein, Kinley Sporhase, Kyle Goldenstein, Lily Miller, Braylin Herman, Reese Steggs and Mylee Dirks ; and back row, Riley Powell, John Krieger, Rorey Schneller, Kayden Porter, Kaden Herman, Marcello Chaparro, Azury Chaparro Rangel, Ciara Peterson, Leslie Carrasco Brown, Cannon Peterson, Lucas Salas, Adison Goldenstein, Evan Widler, Caden Sporhase, Caiden Krueger, Mason Powell and Cooper Goldenstein. —Johnson Publications
The 2016-17 year of AWANA club concluded last Wednesday, April 26, with an award program to recognize clubbers’ achievements.
Adult tai chi classes will be offered at the SunSet View multipurpose room from 1:30-2:30 p.m. on Tuesdays starting May 23 and continuing through June 27.
There are not many streams in Yuma County with 365 days of running water. An active beaver population is even rarer. The Black Wolf has both, and the results are amazing.
Muslim inmates sue over ‘gassing’