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KIOWA COUNTY FAIR AND RODEO 110 YEARS OLD AND ...

  It’s been said that “a nation’s culture resides in the hearts and the soul of its people”.  There is no doubt the same thing can be said about the genesis of the culture of small towns.  And now...
| Betsy Barnett | News

MESA COUNTY CLERK AND COLORADO SECRETARY OF STA...

Last week Colorado election security issues and an ever-growing grassroots belief that the 2020 election was tampered with came to a head as a bombshell claim by Colorado’s Democratic Secretary o...
| Betsy Barnett | News

KIOWA COUNTY LOOKING TO ESTABLISH 1.5% SALES TAX

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| Betsy Barnett | News

TOWN OF EADS MEETS WITH SWIMMING POOL CONSTRUCT...

At their regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday, July 13 the Eads Town Council met with Robert A. Caffarelli, President & CEO of Carrothers Construction Company, LLC.  This company speciali...
| Raina Lynch | News

A Swift Moving Thunderstorm Burst Through Kiowa...

A Swift Moving Thunderstorm Burst Through Kiowa County with Little to No Warning Of Its Potential Fallout By: Raina Lynch Damaging winds are often called “straight-line” winds to differentiate...

Sports

| Betsy Barnett | News

HI-PLAINS VOLLEYBALL ACTION IN HIGH SPEED

The Hi-Plains Volleyball League was at full speed over the past weekend as numerous area teams played multiple contests.  EADS LADY EAGLES The Eads Eagles Volleyball program continued to skid as they lost two more contests over the weekend leaving their overall record at 1-5 and league record sitting at 0-2. The Eads Lady Eagles continue to play decent volleyball but struggled to get the points on the board losing both contests over the weekend, 3-1 in both, to Granada and Kim-Branson.  They, unfortunately, were without the services of their front row starting middle hitter in Maggie Haa...

No. 4 ranked Wiley opens season with win over Cheraw

| John Contreras | Sports
It was a relatively light schedule for volleyball teams in the areaThe Class 1A No. 4 state-ranked Wiley Panthers opened the 2021 season with a road win at Cheraw on Thursday, Aug. 26. Cheraw was ...

EADS VOLLEYBALL HAS ROUGH WEEK LOSING THREE STRAIGHT CONTESTS

| Betsy Barnett | Sports
After a very promising performance in Springfield where the Eads Eagles defeated the athletic Longhorns 3-2, there were high expectations for success over the weekend.  Unfortunately, Eads lost the...

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AS TIME GOES BY with Rich O’Brian

| Rich O'Brian | Lifestyles
AM I A PATRIOT? What I’m about to say is in no way meant to be political. As I look back over my very long life, I have just started to think abo...

Kit Carson Days

| Raina Lucero | Lifestyles
The annual Kit Carson Days festivities were held this last Saturday September 4, 2021 in Kit Carson, Colorado.   This time-honored event brings in ...

There’s Just Something About Winning It

| Dawni O'Bryan | Lifestyles
Like every other sport, rodeo is extremely competitive and tough.  The days of slipping off to an “easy” rodeo are over.  If you are going to one, ...

A Proposed New Road

| Raina Lucero | Lifestyles
Roads provide access to the outside world or, even just to the store around the corner.  They take farm produce to shops and children to school.  R...


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