In conjunction with the 90th anniversary celebration at the Tribune Assembly of God Church this past weekend, the church has introduced a new ministry, titled Hope Anchored.
As you may know, Senator Pelton and I were privileged to be invited on the 2019 Public Officials Mission Trip to Israel sponsored by Jewish Colorado. What an amazing experience that was, and such an incredible blessing to have been able to go when we did! As a result of that trip, we see Israel and its inhabitants through different eyes than we did before, and we feel almost like it’s a part of us (or we’re a part of it).
Eads Chamber Of Commerce welcomed one of Eads’ newest businesses, Ranahan Electric, as a new business and Chamber member. Rannahan Electric is owned by Remington Brandt and Cory Miller, two young men who grew up in Eads, moved away, and then eventually returned their family and business to Eads.
The Colorado Prairie Quilters have been busy preparing for Veteran’s Day. At their recent meeting held at the Haswell Community Building, they took the opportunity to cover the gym floor with all the quilts that will be awarded to veterans during the Veterans Day Celebration this year.
The city of Aurora was put into a little turmoil early in October when Fred the Pig got loose from his owner (unknown or not claiming Fred at any rate) and avoided capture as he traveled 10 miles through the city. Fred proved he was elusive as it took Aurora’s animal experts four days to capture the friendly Fred.
It’s been a long time coming for Holly Mitchek who had a vision more than three years ago to build an upscale salon that could feature many services that are not usually available in a town the size of Eads. The time has finally arrived as Holly’s business endeavor, Uncle Frank, LLC, has opened its doors and already has a couple of professionals working within the large and beautiful spaces.
The John Martin Dam has been known to attract large crowds of people. Two celebrations in 1939 were held when news arrived that the federal government would fully fund the construction of a dam along the Arkansas River between Lamar and Las Animas.
The Prairie Pines Assisted Living (PPAL) facility in Eads is gearing up for a fun Fall season as they move into the holidays. First, for Halloween and for the third year, the (PPAL) facility in Eads will be hosting a Trunk or Treat event in the front parking lot on Saturday, October 28th.
One of America’s favorite professional gospel groups will be making stops in Colorado, Kansas and Nebraska. The Down East Boys are currently at the top of Gospel Music, having just charted 5 #1 songs in recent years.
According to the Colorado State Statute, bills are required to be introduced within the first few weeks of the legislative session unless they have been approved by House and Senate leadership to have a late or delayed introduction. The introduction deadlines ensure transparency, allowing stakeholders to provide indispensable feedback.
Bright and early on Saturday morning of October 7, 2023, the Eads Alumni Association successfully launched its inaugural fundraising event with flair. The Fly High Golf Tournament, at the picturesque Eads Golf Course featured golf enthusiasts and supporters gathered for a day filled with competition, camaraderie, and school spirit.
While Many Small-Town Newspapers Are Vanishing, These Coloradans Are Working to Keep Local News Alive
Only hours after the news broke in June that the Pueblo printing plant she relied on would soon shut down, abandoning dozens of Colorado newspapers, Betsy Barnett, owner of the weekly Kiowa County Independent on the Eastern Plains, launched a search-and-rescue mission to save her newspaper.
On October 5, 2023, Russell Andrew Watson II was sentenced in Cheyenne County District Court by the Honorable Tarryn Johnson to 4 years of probation on the charges stemming from an arrest made on December 21st, 2022. On that day, the Cheyenne County Sheriff’s Office executed a search warrant in the 200 block of North 3rd St.
The halls of Eads High School were buzzing with excitement as the annual fall homecoming week began the week of September 25th. The week-long competition between classes included various elements, such as themed dress up days, wall decorations, skits, and cheers during the pep rally.