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Exciting New Housing Opportunities Coming to Eads and Surrounding Counties

Over the past few years there have been mentions of new housing projects that were designed to relieve the severe issue Eads and surrounding communities have had as it comes to the lack of affordable housing. The talk has gone on for many years, sporadic in nature and unclear as to how exactly housing will become a reality.

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| Administrator | News

North Carolina State University PhD Student to ...

Drew W. Koch, DVM, MS, DACVS, a Ph.D. candidate and postdoctoral fellow at North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine, will receive the AAEP Past Presidents’ Research Fellow awarded by The Foundation for the Horse for his investigation into use of mesenchymal stem cell (MSC) licensing to advance therapy for osteoarthritis. The $5,000 scholarship is awarded annually to a doctoral or residency student who has made significant progress in the field of equine health care research. In addition to the financial reward, Dr. Koch also will receive a $500 stipend to support his travel to the AAEP’s 67th Annual Convention in Nashville, Tenn., where he will accept his award Dec. 6 prior to the Frank J. Milne State-of-the-Art Le...
| Raina Lucero | News

KCHD Board of Directors Has Reached a Fork in t...

The Kiowa County Hospital District Board of Directors are set to meet at their regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday, November 23 at 6:30 in the Cobblestone Inn and Suites Meeting Room. There have be...
| Administrator | News

McClave School Nationally Recognized for Succes...

The National Association of ESEA State Program Administrators (NAESPA) is pleased to announce that McClave Elementary School from McClave, Colorado has been named a National ESEA Distinguished Scho...

| Betsy Barnett | News

Xcel Introduces Pathway Infrastructure Project

Approximately 75 people attended an informational meeting hosted by Xcel Energy on Thursday night at the Plains Theater in Eads. The attendees were there to learn more about a massive energy infras...
| Betsy Barnett | News

Community Swimming Pool Planning Meeting Novemb...

The Town of Eads has set an important meeting date whereby the community can not only learn about the details being discussed concerning the building of a new swimming pool in Eads, but they can al...

| Betsy Barnett | Sports

State Champions! Cheyenne Wells Gets that Elusive First Gold Ball

It was certainly a long time coming, but the Cheyenne Wells Tigers put everything together this year and pulled off a perfect season topping it off with a 62-21 state championship win over their nemesis the Stratton Eagles on Saturday at the Thunderbowl located on the CSU-Pueblo campus. The state champions were ready to go at the very start of the game. They sent a message early they were not going to be eliminated by this opponent who had ended their season in the past two years. Cheyenne Wells jumped out to a 24-0 lead after the first quarter and that hole was one the Stratton group, despite their experience, could not dig out of. It took both teams a bit to get a feel for the game as Cheyenne Wells had an early touchdown called back on a penalty and then threw an interception on the next play. But Stratton couldn’t do any better and went four-in-and-out on their first possession. On their next possession the Tigers proved why they were state champions as their blocking, parti...

Eads Girls Will Have to Battle Through Early-Season Injuries

| Betsy Barnett | Sports
The good news for the Eads Lady Eagles, eventually at least, is that Eads returns five key players to the basketball court this year—all who have had a great amount of court time already. But the b...

"Once an Eagle Always an Eagle" as Former Walsh Standout Weston Meardon Will be at the Reins for Eads Boys' Basketball

| Betsy Barnett | Sports
Weston Meardon has been around basketball all his life, first as a player as he and twin brother Jaxon Meardon were standout guards for the Walsh Eagles a few years back. Meardon has been on the Ea...


Day-to-Day with Doris

| Doris Lessenden | Lifestyles
Thanksgiving Day. OH, what a beautiful, warm day it was! Wednesday the skies were dreary gray but on November 25th we had sunny blue skies! Inside ...

Student Newsroom: Parallax

| Tess Johnson | Lifestyles
Parallax is defined as the effect whereby the position or direction of an object appears to differ when viewed from different positions. This is ev...

Happy Trails With Dawni O'Bryan: A Good Cup of Coffee

| Dawni O'Bryan | Lifestyles
Especially when the weather turns chilly, there is just nothing like a good cup of coffee to warm the body and soul. Many friendships, romantic rel...

Merry on Maine Christmas Concert at Plains Theater in Eads on December 5

| Betsy Barnett | Lifestyles
The Crow-Luther Cultural Events Center (CLCEC) is thrilled to be a part of the upcoming community Merry on Maine event to be held on Sunday, Decemb...

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