Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Badger Boys vs Cubs

Join us as Tim Andersen and crew broadcast the Badgers taking on the Simla Cubs at home.

Here come the Cubs

The 2014-2015 Basketball Season continues Tuesday(tonight) with the the Simla Cubs traveling to Limon to play the Badger girls and boys teams.

Join Tim Andersen and crew as we bring you the Limon Badgers and the Simla boys and girls games this evening. 

The boys game will be immediately after the girls game. 

Monday, January 26, 2015

State Speech awards

The Limon Speech Team performed very well at the 2015 State Speech Festival. 

We took 18 students and returned with 11 awards.

3rd Place -  Emma Gaede and Kerriana Tatum in Duet Acting Humor
4th Place – Alex Sullivan – Creative Storytelling
6th Place – Alice Allen – Contrasting Monologues
6th Place – Tucker Thompson – Humor Interpretation
8th Place – Rachel Calkum – Drama Interpretation
9th Place – Joe Stephen – Impromptu Speaking
9th Place – Madison Lengel – Humor Interpretation
9th Place – Joe Stephen & Tucker Thompson – Duet Acting Humor
11th Place – Cheyenne Hope – Impromptu Speaking
11th Place -  Joe Weisensee – One on One Value Debate


Excellent Awards:
     Veronica Younger in Impromptu Speaking
      Rachel Calkum in One on One Value Debate
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Congratulations to all the LHS  students that participated this weekend.

Thursday, January 22, 2015

Badgers vs. Eagles

Limon Badgers take on the Deertrail Eagles!

DeerTrail vs Lady Badgers

Lady Badgers take on Deertrail at home.

From highway to skyway!

By Will Bublitz

A Colorado State Patrol trooper with Limon’ Troop 3B office has been chosen to become a member of the CSP’s elite Aircraft Section.

Trooper Josiah Ii
Trooper Josiah Ii, a five-year State Patrol veteran, was selected to become one of the Aircraft Section’s five pilots. The Aircraft Section operates on a 24-hour basis providing transportation for state business, as well as performing traffic control and other missions.

“This is a dream come true for me,” Ii said. “I’ve always wanted to become a professional pilot and mix it with law enforcement. And now to do both with an amazing organization like the Colorado State Patrol is incredible. I’m in the clouds already. This is extremely exciting for me.”

For the past five years, Ii has been patrolling the local highways around Limon in one of the State Patrol’s Dodge Chargers. He is now trading it in for one of CSP’s aircraft.

“I’ll be flying a Cessna 182,” Ii said. “I’m already a qualified pilot but I have to go through the Aircraft Section’s training course. I’ll be learning not only about the aircraft, but how to assist the troopers on the ground with traffic enforcement and pursuits. After a year, I’ll be training on the other aircraft.”

The Aircraft Section has five aircraft including:  Beech King Air, a pressured, twin-engine aircraft capable of holding up to eight passengers; Cessna 340, a pressurized, four-passenger aircraft capable of 210 mph; a Cessna 182, turbo-charged, non-pressurized two-passenger aircraft; and two Cessna 182 non-pressurized, two-passenger aircraft.



Photo courtesy Civil Air Patrol
The State Patrol’s aviation unit is headquartered at Centennial Airport, but has one pilot and his aircraft located in Grand Junction. Ii’s new assignment is at Centennial.

Ii has been a Colorado State Trooper for five years after graduating from the 26-week CSP Academy at Camp George West in Golden. The State Patrol’s Limon office was his first assignment as a trooper.

“My aspiration right out of the Academy was to work in Eastern Colorado,” he said. “When the assignments were offered, I chose Limon. For the past five years, I’ve absolutely loved working here in rural Colorado and serving Lincoln and the other eastern counties.”

Saturday, January 17, 2015

Badgers vs. Thunderhawks Basketball

Join Tim Andersen and crew as we bring you the Limon Badgers and the Ellicott boys and girls games this evening.