Agriculture news and information from the Eads USDA Service Center in Kiowa County, Colorado.
Life in eastern Kiowa County, Colorado, and recorded by Sharon Scott.
Life in Eads and Kiowa County, Colorado, as observed by Doris Lessenden
Bobbie L. Stogsdill
October 17, 1940 - November 2, 2019
Bobbie Stogsdill born to Robert and Ruth Naugle October 17, 1940, in Dalhart, Texas, and was the oldest of five siblings. The family moved south of Karval, Colorado, in 1952.
Bobbie attended school in Sugar City, then attended Karval High School, graduating in 1959.
After graduation, she married Carl Stogsdill. They have four children Tami Stogsdill Green, Bart Stogsdill, Ty Stogsdill and Christy Stogsdill Adams.
A year in the books!
November 10 marked the official ending of the 4-H year for the hardworking members of Kiowa County with the annual 4-H banquet.
Many members where recognized for their accomplishments throughout the year. The Kiowa County 4-H Council, President, Hatch Nelson; Vice President, Emily Nelson; Secretary, Katherine Trosper; Treasurer, Chase Stolzenberger; Reporter, Zoie Arnold-Kraft; and recreation leaders Clayton Nelson and Alexa Nelson; and Gaige Rittgers did a great job announcing the evenings events.
News, information and entertainment from the Kiowa County Press in Eads, Colorado, for the week ending November 16, 2019
We start the week out with some great weather - sunshine and 65 to 70 degrees for Monday and Tuesday.
A cold front moves in by Wednesday night and Thursday, dropping high temperatures into the 40s and lows to the 20s. The front is also expected to bring a few rain showers and snow showers.
We get into a sunny and drier weather pattern beginning November 24 and continuing through Thanksgiving, but the nights are going to be colder. I wouldn't be surprised if we dropped as low as 13 degrees Thanksgiving morning.
From the 132-year history of the Kiowa County Press in Eads, Colorado.
Pearls of faith from Pastor Richard Zabriskie.