Now is the time for hope and optimism. Throughout history there are times when we must unite to fight for freedom, justice and independence. Now is one of those times.
Remember Charlie Brown and Lucy and the football? Yep, Lucy just yanked the football while Charlie Brown thought he was going to get to kick off---again. You’d think Charlie Brown would eventually learn not to trust the Lucys of the world, but when they are the ones in possession of the football all you can do is hope they’ll do the right thing. So far, Lucy still enjoys watching Charlie Brown fall flat on his back.
Children born to families who live in rural, agricultural communities grow up quickly. Talk to any farmer or rancher or check out any one of the numerous blogs online, and some version of the same childhood remembrances can be heard. “I was sorting cattle with my dad and grandad when I was five” or “I was plowing soybeans with a 1086 IH and a 4 row rolling cultivator when I was ten.”
Last week we examined how our hero, Hydroxychloroquine, and its sidekick, azithromycin, had been determined to be unsafe and not effective in the treatment of COVID-19 despite many earlier studies stating the opposite. In this final episode, we find out whether our hero and sidekick can prevail in the end.
EADS, CO – The Kiowa County Economic Development Foundation, in conjunction with the Eads Chamber of Commerce, decided to recognize all of Kiowa County’s frontline medical workers, businesses, educators, volunteers and residents for all they did to keep Kiowa County’s people safe and secure during the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic. In essence, the entire county community was named Citizen/Volunteer/Business of the Year. KCEDF and the Chamber provided these banners to be hung somewhere prominently in each of the county’s incorporated towns including in Eads, Sheridan Lake and Haswell.