Friday, May 26th, 2017
  • HSSA takes in 60 kittens from Yuma - Tucson News Now

    HSSA takes in 60 kittens from YumaTucson News NowThis week the Humane Society of Southern Arizona took in 60 kittens from Yuma, according to a news release. A volunteer from the Yuma shelter drove the 60 kittens nearly five hours to the HSSA in Tucson, due to an overcrowding issue at the Yuma shelter. […]

  • School Districts Offer Free Meals This Summer - KAWC

    KAWCSchool Districts Offer Free Meals This SummerKAWCOn May 30th, Yuma Elementary School District One will kick-off their Summer Food Service at O.C. Johnson Elementary School. Yuma District One Child Nutrition director Lisa Thrower said this year they are going to pilot a lunch and supper program. “Kids ... […]

  • Memorial Day services, Yuma Museum historical tour, at cemetery Monday - YumaPioneer

    YumaPioneerMemorial Day services, Yuma Museum historical tour, at cemetery MondayYumaPioneerTo honor our military veterans VFW Post 3378 will hold its annual Memorial Day service at the Yuma Cemetery on Monday, May 29. The half-hour program is expected to begin sometime around 10 a.m.. The VFW and American Legion also will be holding a ...and more » […]

  • Public invited for pasture walk at Black Wolf - YumaPioneer

    YumaPioneerPublic invited for pasture walk at Black WolfYumaPioneerGregg, Chris and Brad Stults with the Yuma County Conservation District invite you to join them for a Pasture Walk on the Black Wolf. Meet us at 8 a.m. on Friday, June 9 at Gregg and Mary Ann's house. Their home is at 29582 CR 28 just west off of Hwy ... […]

  • City to have new electrical rate study done - YumaPioneer

    City to have new electrical rate study doneYumaPioneerHe came to the Yuma City Council during its regular meeting last week, requesting a new electrical rate study. Moore told the council he was not comfortable with all of the numbers in the previous study. This time it will be done by the Nebraska ... […]

  • Becky Lubbers retiring after nearly four decades - YumaPioneer

    YumaPioneerBecky Lubbers retiring after nearly four decadesYumaPioneerShe has spent all 36 years of her career in the Yuma schools. A retirement party was held for her past Tuesday. The same goes for her husband Jack, who previously retired after a long career as a teacher, coach and administrator, though he has stayed ... […]

  • Tribe looks to improve pop for next season - YumaPioneer

    YumaPioneerTribe looks to improve pop for next seasonYumaPioneerThey went, they saw, and they came home with just a couple of hits, and without a win. The Yuma High School baseball team's 2017 season come to end with a 3-1 loss to Burlington in the Class 2A regionals, last Saturday at the Runyon Baseball Complex in ... […]

  • Yuma tracksters bring home some medals - YumaPioneer

    YumaPioneerYuma tracksters bring home some medalsYumaPioneerYuma High School's boys and girls track and field athletes combined to score 23 points at the condensed Class 2A Track and Field Championships, last Saturday and Sunday at Jeffco Stadium in Lakewood. Originally scheduled for Thursday through Saturday ... […]

  • Sports Shorts: Camps, clinics, tournaments - YumaPioneer

    YumaPioneerSports Shorts: Camps, clinics, tournamentsYumaPioneerIf you have interest in putting a team together, sign up your team at Yuma City Hall by Tuesday, May 30. The cost is $200 per team. There will be a team captains meeting that night at 7 at city hall. League rules, scheduling of games and questions will ... […]

  • Level three sex offender living in Yuma - KYMA

    KYMALevel three sex offender living in YumaKYMAYUMA, Ariz. - The Yuma County Sheriff's Office would like to notify the community of a level three sex offender that is now living in Yuma. YCSO said David Allen Knaff, 72, is now residing in the 11000 Block of E. 38th Street in Yuma. He is described ... […]