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Benefit set for Rivera children

Dinner/auction Saturday night at Leo's Place

By Zant Reyez
/The Johnstown Breeze

JOHNSTOWN – On Sept. 26, Jazmin Rivera of Johnstown was killed in a car crash. She was 26.

Along with being a Sunday school teacher at Grace Community Church, Rivera was also a TRPR flag football coach for her son Bear’s team.

Her husband, Leo, said she was the “best cook in the world, and had the biggest heart.” He said she liked to go up to the mountains and volunteered and help others when possible.

Now help is being sought by the family for her four children.


One last Ride for quintet

By Zant Reyez/The Johnstown Breeze

JOHNSTOWN – Sometimes the final score doesn’t matter.

On Tuesday afternoon at Nelson Farms Ball Fields, seniors Ashley Ortiz, Taylor Roth, Makayla Deeter, Sammie Downs and Mariah Lopez trotted out onto their home dirt for the very last time in Roosevelt Rough Rider softball uniforms.

Frank boys recovering, thankful

By Zant Reyez/The Johnstown Breeze

JOHNSTOWN – On May 8, Cole Cunningham had just gotten off early from his job in Mead, when his mother called to ask him to stop at Hays Market for hamburger meat.

The 22-year-old Cunningham was driving down Weld County Road 15 around 5 p.m. when he saw a scene that “looked a little bit different.”

He said he saw his friend Tim Frank stumbling around on the side of the road while talking on a cell phone.

Tim, along with his brother Dan Frank, and their cousin Paul Frank, had all been electrocuted in a farming accident.

Loony mother robin fascinates family

By Keith Potter/The Johnstown Breeze

NOTE: Please check the chronological Glossary of Terms when encountering troublesome words, rather than waiting upon completion of the article.

"To understand is the greatest satisfaction"
— Spinoza

A most unusual series of events – witnessed first two weeks in July, 2014, Johnstown, Colorado.

Robin building a nest in our back yard, first fork of a large locust tree, just five feet above ground. 



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Town Council approves license for Cassidy's

By Danielle Ross/The Johnstown Breeze

In a relatively brief 30-minute meeting Monday night, the Johnstown Town Council unanimously approved the modification of a liquor license for Cassidy’s Sports Grill on South Parish Avenue, approved a water and sewer service agreement for Colorado Dairy Services at the 2534 Business Park development area and touched on issues concerning Roosevelt High School and a new type of liquor license.


RHS soccer team makes playoffs for first time

By Lynn Klyde-Silverstein/The Johnstown Breeze

The members of the Roosevelt boys soccer team were pretty upset Thursday, even after winning their final regular-season game.

“We wanted to make the playoffs,” senior midfielder Bryan Rodriguez said after the Rough Riders defeated Estes Park 3-2 at George Hall Field.


Rough Riders play pretty in pink

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By Zant Reyez/The Johnstown Breeze

JOHNSTOWN – With their pink uniforms on for breast cancer awareness, the Rough Riders won pretty over Niwot 63-0 to extend their winning streak to six games.



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