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Humans of the High Plains - Austyn Mitchell

Austyn Mitchell, 11-year-old daughter of Kyle and Kacy Mitchell of Greeley and granddaughter of Melody Mitchell of Kit Carson, experienced a moment in time over the weekend that will remain for the rest of her life.

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NATIONAL AND GLOBAL DAY OF PRAYER AND REPENTANCE: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2020

The Return is a movement, an appointed time, and a specific day set apart for one purpose - the return to God by coming before His presence in humility, in sincerity, in prayer, and repentance. Without repentance, without turning back to God, there can be no revival, no healing.

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LONG TIME GONE: EXCERPTS FROM THE BLOG ENTITLED --- CATTLE, WOOL AND RODEO

Sometimes getting together this blog of my Mother and Dad’s life stories, deciding in what order is a dilemma. Which came first the chicken or the egg, or in this case the rodeo or the wool?

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Haswell Celebrates the Glorious Fourth

The nature of a town is frequently born in the past, for the past is the best predictor of the present. And stories—those stories the town chooses to tell and, once told, chooses to remember—reveal more about what lies at the heart of things than almost anything else.

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Tradition of the 4th of July Kids’ Parade Continues but With a New Name—Walk/Bike/Ride

July 4, 2020 will mark the fourth annual 4th of July Kids’ Walk/Bike/Ride celebration hosted in Eads, CO this year by Women Empowered (W.E.), a local organization who works to support many community events and people in Kiowa County. Despite the slow opening from the State of Colorado for outdoor events, on the 18th Governor Polis relaxed the outdoor requirements which will allow the Walk/Bike/Ride event to go on with a few modifications.

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