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Nov 9, 2019

Longtime Loveland pastor and police chaplain Harvey Ruegsegger dies - Loveland Reporter-Herald

Habitat for Humanity, retired Lutheran pastor Ed Smith recalled. Ruegsegger was active in the Lions Club and would operate the little Buckhorn Northern Railroad train in North Lake Park. He also worked with Volunteers of America, rang a bell at Christmastime for the Salvation Army and organized the Loveland Church Softball League in the mid-1970s, according to his obituary. “He was just a very dedicated community servant,” Smith said. Even from her...

May 18, 2016

Montrose Farmers Market opens Saturday

Organic fruit growers Peach Haven, formerly Kokopelli Fruit; photographer Rob Corkran from Telluride; and coffee from Buckhorn Coffee. Vendors will come from all across Western Colorado, including Montrose, Telluride, Paonia, Eckert, Hotchkiss, Colona and Grand Junction. Around 30 vendors will gather during peak season – late June  through September. Apricots, cherries, peaches, plums and apples are usually available in abundance. Also available are prepared foods, seeds and flowers, lavender products, jams, fresh-baked bread and scones, local eggs and meat, infused olive oils, handcrafted soaps and lotions. Live music and entertainment will take the stage weekly.  Barnett said the market vendors participate in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, which offers nutrition assistance to millions of eligible, low-income individuals and families and provides economic benefits to communities.  The program’s electronic benefits transfer system is accepted for fresh fruits and vegetables, and eddible plant starts are also eligible for purchase under guidelines. (Montrose Daily Press)

Jan 8, 2016

Real Estate Transactions: Jan. 10

Amanda Pearce Driver, Lot 11 in Glen Iris subdivision, O’Neals Township, $152,000. Anne P. Stanley to Brenda Dowless and Stan Turner, Lot 1 in Buckhorn Glade subdivision, $18,000. Wells Fargo Bank to Teddie P. Zink, 0.697 acres on New Creech Road, Selma $88,000. Bruce D. Lewis and Kim L. Lewis to Stephen P. Broadhead and Laura A. Broadhead, Lot 37 in Pineville West @ The Village subdivision, Wilders Township, $550,000. Golden Properties and Development Inc. to Anthony J. Bascone and Janet M. Bascone, Lot 173 in Kyndal subdivision, Cleveland Township, $242,000. David R. Hartman Jr. and Bobbie L. Hartman to Peter W. Pinelli, Christy G. White and Melissa A. White, Lot 6 in Little Creek Farms subdivision, Clayton Township, $167,500. DWF Development Inc. to RHS Building Contractors Inc., lots 14 and 18 in Evergreen subdivision at Flowers Plantation, Wilders Township, $120,000. DWF Development Inc. to MF Homes Inc., lots 15 and 17 in Evergreen subdivision at Flowers Plantation, $120,000. Miland Inc. to Juan Rosario Rosa and Osmeda Reanos Fajardo, Lot 34 in Riverstone subdivision, Wilson’s Mills Township, $180,000. Jeffery A. Adams and Penny Jo Adams to Dale L. Witman and Deborah Witman, 1.63 acres in Clayton Township, $170,000. W. Stan Taylor, et al, to Charles Barrett Stanley and Cheryl H. Stanley, 50.35 acres Ingrams Township, $60,000. Vanderbilt Mortgage and Finance Inc. and Michael Shelton, agent, to Leovardo Candido, Lot 53 in Holts Landing subdivision, $88,000. Kevin M. Owens and Sandy Owens to Clinton A. Clay and Casey N. Clay, Lot 59 in Springfield subdivision, $185,000. Kathryn Lassiter Stokes and Charles L. Stokes Jr. to Willard Proctor Hinnant Jr., 1.14 acres, $35,500. Golden Properties and Development Inc. to Raechel Louise Hill and Andrew M. Hill, Lot 116 in Kyndal subdivision, Cleveland Township, $260,000. James D. Goldston Jr. and Louise F. Goldston to Ali Bajes Ewais, lots in Beulah Township, $130,000. The Rosa G. Lewis estate to Martin A. Mathes, Lot 21 in White Oak Farms subdivision, $124,000. Ryan Thomas McCombs and Joy McCombs to Chad A. Massengill and Devin A. Gower, Lot 37 in Lee Chase subdivision, Clayton Township, $137,500. FSC IV LLC to RMS Investments LLC, two lots in Riverwood Athletic Club’s Ravens Ridge subdivision, $84,000. TMD Residential Properties LLC to Richard Dennis Gerst and Karen L. Gerst, one lot, $226,000. McKee Homes LLC and Christopher T. Salyer to Crystal Williams, Lot 50 in Trace at Summerwind ... (News & Observer)

Dec 30, 2015

Basketball: Holiday tournament updates

Siah Holifield led West Jessamine, which went 2-2 in the TBHC, with 15 points. ? Josh Crank and Connor Hoskins combined for 38 points for Buckhorn, but it wasn’t enough as Danville defeated the Wildcats 61-52. The Ads had four players finish in double-figure scoring, led by Gerald Miller’s 18. Miller was 8-for-13 from the floor, all of which were two-point baskets, had 12 rebounds and two blocks. Spencer McKinney ended with 11 points, six boards and six assists for Danville, which finished 2-2 in the tourney. Buckhorn won its first but then lost three straight. ? Lawrence County bounced back well after falling to tournament finalist Trinity in the second round. The Bulldogs finished 4-1 after defeating Perry County Central 55-47, led by 19 points apiece from Austin Chaffin and Brandon Richardson. Perry Central’s Noah Black had a game-high 23 points. The Commodores went 2-2 over the week. Lake Cumberland Holiday Hoops Classic (boys) ? Tuesday’s semifinal: Lafayette and Lexington Christian got a look at one another before their two districts games to be played on Jan. 15 (at Lafayette) and Feb. 5 (at LCA). The Generals came out on top at Pulaski County, 79-65, using the thid quarter to break a 37-all tie at the break. Harrison Lane poured in 26 points for Lafayette, six of his seven field goals coming from behind the arc. Ross Jenkins had 18 points, 14 rebounds and four blocks. Tre King led LCA with 27 points (11-for-17 shooting) and nine rebounds. Sunshine Classic (girls) ? Franklin County rolled over Trimble County, 59-26, in the championship game in Daytona, Fla. Princess Stewart, who was named MVP of the tournament, had 19 points and five rebounds to lead the Flyers to their 10th straight game to open the year. Flyers Anna Arrastia and Rebecca Cook were named to the all-tournament team. Pine Mountain Classic (boys) ? Breathitt County (9-4) won all three of its games in the Pine Mountain Classic, the final one a 76-53 victory over Betsy Layne in a battle of Bobcats on Wednesday. Jordan Barnett had a whale of a game for Breathitt, going for 19 points, 18 rebounds and five assists. Freshman Kyle Watkins led Betsy Layne (5-6) with 23 points. South Central Bank-Halton Classic (girls) ? Consolation game: LaRue County defeated Caverna 56-40 for its first win in the event. Presley Brown led the way with 14 points, nine rebounds, six assists and two blocks. Madison Faulkner scored 19 and had 11 rebounds for Caverna. ? Consolation game: Holmes finished 2-1 at Allen County-Scottsville af... (Lexington Herald Leader (blog))

Dec 30, 2015

2015 ALL-STATE FOOTBALL

DL: Perry Young, Spain Park, Sr., 6-0, 190 P: Tyler Sumpter, Spain Park, Sr., 5-10, 230 Athlete PJ Hall, Hoover, Sr., 5-11, 196 Will Ignont, Buckhorn, Jr., 6-1, 235 Terrell Kennedy, McGill-Toolen, Sr., 5-11, 185 Darnell Mooney, Gadsden City, Sr., 6-0, 175 Lee head coach Tyrone Rogers coaches against Wetumpka at Hohenberg Field in Wetumpka, Ala. on Friday October 30, 2015. (Mickey Welsh / Montgomery Advertiser) (Photo: .) COACH OF THE YEAR Tyrone Rogers, Lee-Montgomery SECOND TEAM Offense QB: Shaquille Johnson, Lee-Montgomery, Sr., 5-10, 175 RB: Devon Atkinson, James Clemens, So., 5-5, 164 RB: Gary Fearn, Huntsville, Sr., 5-10, 170 RB: Miles Strickland, Bob Jones, Sr., 5-10, 185 WR: Jesse Beck, Sparkman, Sr., 6-2, 185 WR: Justyn Ross, Central-Phenix City, So., 6-3, 180 WR: Marlon Williams, McGill-Toolen, Jr., 6-1, 185 OL: Brian Ankerson, Theodore, Sr., 6-2, 260 OL: Dylan Bradshaw, Enterprise, Sr., 6-3, 305 OL: Alex Robin, Vestavia Hills, Sr. 6-0, 265 OL: Tucker Walters, Bob Jones, Jr., 6-2, 290 OL: Cody Wyatt, Prattville, Sr., 6-3, 285 K: Matt Stephenson, Bob Jones, Sr., 5-10, 210 Buy Photo Lee's Henry Ruggs (6) catches a pass as Jeff Davis' Zyon Gilbert (4) defends during the game between Lee High and Jeff Davis High on Thursday, Sept. 17, 2015, at the Cramton Bowl in Montgomery, Ala.  (Photo: Albert Cesare / Advertiser) Defense DB: Zyon Gilbert, Jeff Davis, Jr., 6-1, 171 DB: Justen Little, Tuscaloosa Co., Sr., 6-1, 180 DB: Shawn Shamburger, Theodore, Sr., 6-0, 190 DB: Daniel Thomas, Lee-Montgomery, Sr., 6-0, 192 LB: Kendric Haynes, Murphy, Jr., 6-1, 225 LB: Vada King, Smiths Station, Sr., 6-2, 240 LB: Bailey McElwain, Hewitt-Trussville, Sr., 6-0, 235 LB: Monty Rice, James Clemens, Jr., 6-2, 210 DL: Demarcus Clarke, Bob Jones, Sr., 6-2, 240 DL: Braxton James, Prattville, Sr., 6-0, 250 DL: T.J. Rayam, Thompson, Sr., 6-0, 308 DL: Jakhiry Turner, Foley, Sr., 6-0, 215 P: Brady Williams, Alm... (Montgomery Advertiser)

Oct 12, 2015

Flowers Store and home saved

Flowers Road above the Cache la Poudre River in 1879. Advertisement Larimer County contracted him to construct a road between Buckhorn Creek, over Cameron Pass and down Michigan Creek on the west side of the Continental Divide. The idea was to serve the new mining industry in North Park. A stipulation in the contract was to build a road feasible by hauling a load of oats using a two-wheel cart. Flowers met the terms of the contract, but only by using a considerable amount of manpower. The road did not prove practical due to the rough terrain. Portions of Flower's pioneer road can be driven today, and the upper portion is a hiking trail. One of Flowers' sons, Ben, took over operation of the store and became the first postmaster of Bellvue. The Flowers family also operated a nearby sawmill. In recent years, money was raised to restore the old store by those that are named as part of the original grange or their descendants. The original floor was shored up, the bathroom made handicap accessible and the exterior mortar re-pointed. In order to apply for designation on the National Register of Historic Places, the windows have to be replaced with ones similar to the originals. One of the two front windows now meets this criterion, and money is being raised for the other window. Volunteers and money could be used to finish the work on this old store. Call Judy Jackson at 970-482-5091. The Flowers Store is located on the southwest corner of County Road 23 and County Road 52E (Rist Canyon Road). Not to be overlooked, on the north side of County Road 52E is the Flowers home, also built of stone. Built in 1880, it too is on the National Register of Historic Places. Kenneth Jessen has been a Loveland resident since 1965. He is an author of 20 books and more than 1,600 articles. He served on several Loveland boards and was an engineer for Hewlett-Packard for 33 years. (Loveland Reporter-Herald)