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Another Building on Highway 287 in Eads Totaled by Out-of-Control Vehicle

| Betsy Barnett | News
According to a report filed by the Kiowa County Sheriff’s Office a second empty building on Highway 287, known as East Maine Street within the Eads city limits had an out-of-control vehicle crash i...

Keefe Memorial Health Service District Appoints Mark Rossi as New CEO

| Administrator | News
Recently, Mark Rossi, J.D., was appointed as the Chief Executive Officer of Keefe Memorial Health Service District, and he brings an extensive history in healthcare leadership as well as over 20 ye...

Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site Welcomes New Park Guide, Bryant Mills

| Administrator | News
Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site would like to welcome our newest Park Guide, Bryant Mills. Bryant Mills was raised in Raleigh, North Carolina. Growing up, Bryant was a band student, play...

Celebrate American Independence at Bent's Fort

| Administrator | News
The public is invited to join the inhabitants of Bent’s Old Fort on Monday, July 4 from 1:00 to 4:00 pm to celebrate American Independence during the 2022 Old-Fashioned 4th Celebration. The 4th of...

RideForPKD: Patient and Advocate

| Raina Lucero | News
In 2015, Glenn Frommer was diagnosed with Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD) a genetic and incurable disease. Glenn’s case is progressing slowly however he has seen how awful this disease can become a...

An Independence Day with No Fireworks in Store for Eads

| Betsy Barnett | News
The annual 4th of July fireworks display that has annually been held at the Kiowa County Fairgrounds in Eads for more years than anyone can remember will not happen this year. According to the Kiow...

4th of July Kids' Parade Organizers Finalizing Plans for 6th Annual Celebration

| Betsy Barnett | News
The 4th of July Kids’ Parade is coming to Eads on Monday, July 4th and is proving to be a great amount of fun for all area kids. Many sponsors have been generously working with the organizers in or...

Maine Street Bash is On Its Way: Saturday, July 30

| Betsy Barnett | News
Summer has arrived in Southeastern Colorado and there’s a lot of activities going on around the area as the kids are in the middle of their summer ball programs, the Prairie Pines swimming pool has...

Profiling the Primary 2022 Ballot

| Raina Lucero | News
June 28th is Colorado’s Primary Election date. If you are a registered voter in Colorado, whether you are Democrat or Republican you have probably received your primary ballot in the mail. If you a...

Kiowa County Ambulance Service Begins New Era of Saving Lives

| Betsy Barnett | News
Last week it was announced that longtime Kiowa County Emergency Medical Services Director Eunice Weber was released from her position by the Kiowa County Hospital District, the entity that operates...

The Jungle Book Was a Huge Success

| Raina Lucero | News
On Monday June, 6 The Missoula Children’s Theater (MCT) made their highly anticipated appearance at the Crow-Luther Cultural Events Center (CLCEC). Traveling in their “little red truck” loaded down...

Reunited: It Will Feel so Good

| Administrator | News
In less than ninety days Eads Eagles across all generations will gather to reminisce and catch-up with one another. This will be a great time to slow down, renew friendships and remember those who ...

Misinformation Team in Colorado

| Raina Lucero | Opinion
With the Colorado Primary Elections just weeks away and ballots already mailed to all registered voters in the state we wait to see just how blue Colorado truly is or if the prolific Red Wave will ...

After 110 Years, the Savages are Gone and the Thunder Will Arrive After Lamar Doles Out Estimated $100,000 in Taxpayer Money

| Betsy Barnett | News
The Lamar Savages are no more. After 110 years their mascot is dead and Lamar has been forced to choose, and pay big bucks, for another mascot that is considered not as insulting to the Native Amer...

Amazon One: Have Biometrics Gone Too Far?

| Raina Lucero | News
While standing in line for a concert at Denver’s Mission Ballroom a few weekends ago, my husband and I were presented with the option to leave the line that we had already stood in for a few hours ...

Wiley Appoints Dr. Bryan Akins as Superintendent

| Administrator | News
It is with pleasure that the Board of Education of Wiley School District announces Dr. Bryan Akins as their choice for Superintendent. “We have considered several outstanding candidates through a ...
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