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Hill excels in and out of Roosevelt

By Zant Reyez/The Johnstown Breeze

Talk with Hazel Hill for about a minute, and the list of her accomplishments will have you doubting you’re engaging in a conversation with a 17-year-old.

Hill, a Roosevelt senior, is state vice president in Family, Career and Community Leaders of America, president of the National Honor Society, vice president of Future Business Leaders of America and a member of the varsity knowledge bowl team.

And she’s the Johnstown/ Milliken Rotary Student of the Month for January.

“It’s very humbling. I’m honored,” Hill said about the selection.

Erie outshoots Roosevelt

By Zant Reyez/The Johnstown Breeze

Every Rough Rider has its quarter. So does every Tiger.

On Tuesday night, the Tigers of Erie had just a few more quarters than the Riders of Roosevelt, as they left the RHS gym with an 82-64 win.

The Riders had the edge in the third quarter, but the Tigers won the other three.  

Trainers in training

By Zant Reyez/The Johnstown Breeze

Injuries are a part of all sports, from sprained ankles to  sore shoulders to cuts and bruises and everything in between.

But the athletic trainer is right there to diagnose and try to get the players back on the field or court as soon as possible.

Jodi Loecke is in her fourth year as the head athletic trainer for Roosevelt High School.

But Loecke fields her own team: A team of trainers who happen to be RHS students.



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Riders wrestle tough but fall to Wizards

By Zant Reyez/The Johnstown Breeze

As Survivor’s “Eye of the Tiger” came over the speakers in the Roosevelt High School gym Thursday night and the Rider wrestling team walked out, the RHS faithful roared from the gray bleachers.

The music died down and the Riders stood on their black mat with their eyes locked on the No. 3-ranked 4A team, the Windsor Wizards.


Town economies looking good

By Zant Reyez/The Johnstown Breeze

The new year usually brings a fresh start and room for improvement.

For Johnstown and Milliken, 2015 is looking to be a steady and possibly growth-filled year.

Milliken Finance Director Patrick Murphy said as Northern Colorado continues to grow, so will Milliken.

Murphy said Milliken is projecting a 15 percent increase in building permits from last year. He said the town had 74 last year and 80 are budgeted for this year.


Hotel to go in near Johnson’s Corner

By Danielle Ross/The Johnstown Breeze

Johnstown took a step in the direction of developing the area surrounding Johnson’s Corner in its meeting last Wednesday. The council approved a site development plan submitted by Panilolo Development, LLC, and the first two of many proposed buildings.

One building will be occupied by a national diesel repair company, and the other will be occupied by Panilolo as the company plans and constructs 10 to 15 more buildings, including a hotel, according to owner Brentley Props.

“This is where we develop,” Props said. “This is home …  Johnstown has not seen the development it should’ve seen, and until someone comes in and starts bringing businesses, it won’t.”



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