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East End Events

Sharon Scott - Community Columnist

By Sharon Scott

Spring break is over and on to track, baseball, proms and graduations. Just 9 weeks of school left, where did the year go?

Glad to hear that Denis Weber is home after spending several days in the hospital with pneumonia. This past week, Ronnie Weber and children from Washington and Linda Cochran and Connie Weber of Denver came to visit their parents, Denis and Theresa Weber. The girls went home Saturday, but Ronnie and his children will be here until Easter.

All of them took in the Splitter farm sale on Thursday.

About Town

Doris Lessenden, Community Columnist

"Beware of false prophets who come to you in sheep's clothing but inwardly are ravenous wolves."  Matthew 7:15   We, Americans should study and learn the Scriptures to know the truth and recognize falsehood.  Hmm that reminds me of the media confusion during this political season. 

East End Events

Sharon Scott - Community Columnist

By Sharon Scott

Can you believe this weather? 80 degrees and no wind, it doesn't get much better than this. On March 13 at 2a.m. we go to Daylight Savings, then we can enjoy longer evenings of daylight.

Our communities would like to extend their condolences to the Delmas Beaman family and Shannon Votruba family on the loss of their loved ones the past few weeks.

Last Tuesday, Cora Coffman and I attended the funeral services for a dear friend, Doris Thompson of Lamar. She was a very fun and lovable lady and will be missed by many.

About Town

Doris Lessenden, Community Columnist

By Doris Lessenden

"Your attitude can be your best friend or your worst enemy.  It can take you to levels you never thought possible or it can be the single most limiting element in your life.  Billy Cox shared by Coach Erik Melgosa.

    Thirty six (36) Eads High School students and their advisor, Mr. Will Nelson, hosted their annual Dinner and Farmhand Worker Dinner Friday evening for nearly 250 people.

A Day in the Life

Michelle Wyckoff - Community Columnist

By Michelle Wyckoff

Vacuuming.  A despicable chore.  Some people call it therapy.  I can see that for some people..but not me. Real therapy to me  would be having a kitchen window to look out of while I do the dishes-only those that I don't have room for in the dishwasher, which happens quite often.  I have at least two of everything just in case one might be in the dishwasher when I get the urge to use it.  

About Town

Doris Lessenden, Community Columnist

By Doris Lessenden

   Andy Rooney writes, "A smile is an inexpensive way to improve your looks".

The weather last week was often chilly but sunny almost spring-like.  Yay.

A Day in the Life

Michelle Wyckoff - Community Columnist

By Michelle Wyckoff

    Pitch Slapped!  I'm sure everyone but me has seen this program on the Lifetime network, which I never see at my house.  However, I did happen to see a full season of it last week when I was in Pueblo.  I rarely stay the whole week, but last week two of my "grands", as Betsy calls them, were sick at the same time, so we spent most of one day watching TV.