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This Kid Rocks

JT Ellingson of Johnstown performed a guitar solo as the opening act for Kid Rock and Joan Jett at Cheyenne Frontier Days. He got the opportunity for the solo by winning the grand prize in the My Kid Rocks competition. JT submitted a one-minute video of a solo guitar performance, and his video was selected out of many from Colorado and Wyoming. He beat out four other finalists to earn the gig. Photo provided by April Ellingson

 

Re-5J back to school info and bus schedules

Ready or not, school starts in three weeks for MMS and RHS students. Elementary students return to the classroom August 20. This week's Breeze contains bus schedules, school start schedules and contact information for each school. A high resolution image of the bus schedule and the back to school information are also availble on the website. Click the read more button to access the printable images.

Pool serves as sanctuary on hot summer days

By Danielle Ross/The Johnstown Breeze

During the summer, Roosevelt High School’s pool transforms from a place of hard training and competition into a place of family fun and swim lessons for many local children.

Thompson Rivers Parks and Recreation District is in charge of staffing the pool over the summer, providing lifeguards and swim lesson teachers at the public pool.

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.

 

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It’s official: Garcia is chief

By Zant Reyez/The Johnstown Breeze

MILLIKEN – Although it wasn’t on the agenda, discussion of Milliken’s police chief was front and center at last Wednesday’s Board of Trustees meeting.

Benito Garcia, who was appointed on an interim basis when Jim Burack resigned in March, is officially the town’s chief of police.

Talk turned to Garcia during a discussion about amending the budget.

Trustees were wondering whether Garcia was still the interim chief, and a long conversation ensued.

 

   

Anteing up for Rough Riders

By Zant Reyez/The Johnstown Breeze

JOHNSTOWN – Last Saturday night at The Sports Barn, about 60 Roosevelt High School fans and poker players came out to enjoy a night of card playing to raise money for the football program.

The event was sponsored by the RHS football alumni, and 100 percent of the proceeds will go to the program. With a buy-in of $50 and some people paying more for re-buys, the team made well over $3,000.

“This is a great chance to get community members around,” running backs coach Paul Kratz said.

 

   

Ironman hits Weld County

The Johnstown Breeze

Colorado will host the world’s largest ironman triathlon Sunday. The athletes in this event will swim 2.4 miles at the Boulder Reservoir, Bike 112 miles through Boulder, Larimer, and Weld counties and run 26.2 miles along the Boulder Creek Trail.

This race has an expected 3,000 participants, who will be on the bike course from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Communities and residents along the course are advised to avoid the following intersections:

   

 

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