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Community court means more meaningful sentences

By Danielle Ross/The Johnstown Breeze

Milliken is at the forefront of court innovation since its establishment of the Milliken Community Court in October 2011. The goal of the court is to handle municipal-level offenses, such as truancy, criminal trespass and curfew violations, among others, turning community problems into community solutions that all families and individuals in Milliken can benefit from.

In the less than three years that Milliken’s community court has been in effect, it has documented more than 750 community service hours. The court is located at the Milliken Meeting House building in downtown Milliken, which also houses the police station and social services office. The court operates the first and third Wednesday of each month, with a youth docket on the second and fourth Tuesday of the month. The vast majority of those involved in the program are youngsters.

 

Classic cars chillin’ at Parish House

By Zant Reyez/The Johnstown Breeze

JOHNSTOWN – Roll your windows down and cruise on over to the Parish House, 701 Charlotte St., from 4-7 p.m. Saturday and check out some cool classic cars.

The Johnstown Historical Society is putting on the show to benefit the Parish House.

Janet Albertson, the Historical Society’s newsletter editor, said she’s hoping for good weather and a lot of cars.

Dear Barrett: You’ve come a long way, baby!

By Zant Reyez/The Johnstown Breeze

JOHNSTOWN – Barrett Matthew Rabe, you’re about to complete your second year of life. You’ll be reaching the “terrible two’s” on Sept. 20.

Before the days of curiosity that come with that age; before you learn to use the bathroom on your own; before your mother, Jennifer Rabe, takes your first-day-of-school picture; before you fall off your bike after your father, Chris, takes off the training wheels, know this: You’ve already affected lives immensely.

See, you were born with a heart condition called aortic stenosis, which means not enough blood comes from your heart.

Rotarians have swinging good time at Mad Russian

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The Johnstown-Milliken Rotary Club hosted the Third Annual Rotary Fellowship Golf Tournament June 28 at The Mad Russian Golf Course in Milliken.

Ten teams and 40 golfers participated in the tournament.

“The golf course was in great shape, and the weather was just right for a very good outing,” said Jerry Dunn, the event’s coordinator. “The Milliken-Johnstown Lions Club served a meal following the event.  We had a drawing for prizes and a few good laughs.  I would like to thank everyone who attended, and I hope to see you next year.”

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Riders shut out in championship game

By Zant Reyez/The Johnstown Breeze

BRIGHTON – It was a pitcher’s duel between Roosevelt’s Austin Trujillo and Prairie View’s Johnny Ramirez in Friday morning’s Northern Colorado Baseball League Championship game at Prairie View High School.

Through three innings, neither team produced much offensively. After a rocky first inning, Trujillo settled in, but Ramirez would be the victor in the end as the Rough Riders lost 8-0 in five innings.

After the game, Coach Alan Gibson found a silver lining in his team's play.

“I was really happy with our approach. We faced him just a couple of days ago and we didn’t look anything like that — we couldn’t touch him,” he said of Ramirez.

   

Milliken trustees nix lowering of fees

By Zant Reyez/The Johnstown Breeze

MILLIKEN – Milliken trustees have decided not to waive water and sewer base fees in vacant lots in the Martin and Evergreen mobile home parks.

The decision, made during the discussion agenda at the July 10 Milliken Board meeting, means the item will not be put on the action agenda for official voting by trustees.

This issue was first brought to trustees’ attention earlier in the year by Ron Blackmer, who spoke on behalf of Martin Park. Last month, Jerri Solomon, co-owner of Evergreen Park, spoke to trustees about whether any action had taken place.

   

Spill found in Wildcat groundwater

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MILLIKEN – Anadarko Oil is addressing a “release of materials” into the groundwater near Wildcat discovered late last week, a town official said.

“They are held to federal and state regulations,” said Anne Best Johnson, town  community development director. “They are going to be making sure the problem is being taken care of.”

According to correspondence from the company to the town on July 11 posted to the town’s Facebook page, Alysha Guenther with Anadarko stakeholder relations said that during construction to rebuild an existing tank battery off of Weld County Road 44, one half mile west of WCR 21, “Soil with historical petroleum hydrocarbon impacts was found.

   

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