Alysha Uhland Morlan grew up in Eads as part of the large and well-established Uhland family. Her husband Kyle Morlan grew up down the road in the McClave area in another large and rambunctious family. Together, they not only form a lovely husband and wife team and are parents of three adorable little girls, but they are also teachers, and, as of a couple of months ago, can add children’s book author/illustrator to their credentials.
Week 36 – Justice can’t wait forever.
With all that 2020 has brought us, there is no question the citizens of the United States, of Kiowa County can no longer stand by silent and accept mediocrity and silence from those whose duty it is to protect us.
Due to the untimely death of Commissioner Dick Scott the Kiowa County Republican Vacancy Committee was tasked with the unfortunate duty to replace Commissioner Scott as the Commissioner of District 1, which encompasses a wide swath of the eastern end of Kiowa County.
Week 35 – Justice can’t wait forever.
We deserve to know what’s going on. Either KCSO, Prowers SO or D.A. needs to update our community. Omission doesn’t serve Justice.
After nine months of hiding in our homes, washing our hands extensively, socially distancing ourselves, wearing masks, worrying about our fellow citizens, closing our businesses, losing our jobs, and on and on--- the COVID-19 virus seems to have finally arrived in full force in rural Eastern Colorado. Prior to November there were few cases, it was rare anyone was hospitalized, and a person actually dying from the complications of the virus was unheard of, for the most part. We had been in the Blue-skies-sailing-easily-along category of the Colorado COVID-19 DIAL for months and months, and in fact, were making plans to apply for a Green status just a couple of months ago.