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15 Years Ago

December 7, 2001

 

  • Eads & Haswell received $560,000 in Grants. Eads received $492,100 for wastewater treatment system and Haswell 69,520 for firefighting equipment improvements.

 

  • Howard Mitchell Family along with several local teens will be leaving on their 5 annual Christmas Mission Trip to The Arbol de' Vida Orphanage
  •  in the surrounding Anapra Mexico area.

 

Pages from the Past - From our 129 year archive

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15 Years Ago

November 30, 2001

 

  • Eads explores trash collection options; Grant received for sewer system.

 

  • USDA Update Rod Johnson: We've gone from summer-like weather to the deep freeze. Up to1/2 inch of rain in some parts of the county.

 

  • A number of Kiowa County residents spent Thanksgiving in various parts of Texas visiting family and friends.

 

25 Years Ago

November 28, 1991

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15 Years Ago

November 23, 2001

 

  • Linly Stum of Towner gave a slide presentation to the Eads Middle & High School on his trip to Russia.

 

  • Wild Horse Roundup Curtis Schrimp: I went out at 3:45am & saw a few meteors, what I saw wouldn't call a shower as they were a good distance apart. What fascinated me was the entire sky, as it was clear and the stars looked big and close.

 

 

25 Years Ago

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 15 Years Ago

November 9, 2001

 

  • John Wesley Brown, a lifelong resident of Kiowa County, will be receiving the Korean War Service Medal.

 

  • Mostly dry, dusty conditions prevailed in Colorado this past week. Weather allowed producers average 7 days suitable for field work but overall moisture supplies to deteriorate.

 

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15 Years Ago

November 2, 2001

 

  • USDA Update Rod Johnson: Most fall harvest has been completed and average yields are little higher than what was expected.

 

  • Notice: Weisbrod Memorial Hospital and Nursing Home will be destroying expired records from February 4,1969 through November 27,1989

 

25 Years Ago

October 31, 1991

 

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15 Years Ago

October 26, 2001

 

  • Greeley Gas files for 35% decrease  to their natural gas  customers in their Southeast service area.

 

  • Kiowa County Public Library District applied for and received from Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Grant for $4905 with which to purchase a new public access computer.

 

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15 Years Ago

October 19, 2001

 

  • USDA Update: Fall harvest is wrapping up way ahead of schedule. Yields are ranging from very good to very poor but in general better than expected.

 

  • Wild Horse Roundup-Curtis Schrimp: While at Marty's, she showed how her computer works. Lee started an e-mail, and wrote two lines then said I would finish. I am pretty proud of how much I wrote with one finger.

 

 

25 Years Ago

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15 Years Ago

October 12, 2001

 

  • Kiowa County is currently suffering from a shortage of qualified day care providers, and the Department of Social Services is seeking anyone interested in providing this valuable service to children within the county.

 

  • Harvest of fall crops is progressing ahead of schedule. Several producers are nearly finished wit harvest.

 

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15 Years Ago

October 5, 2001

 

  • According to Gay Uhland, Kindergarten teacher at Eads Elementary, the elementary students collected over 150 stuffed animal to donate to the children in New York to comfort the victims of September 11 tragedy.

 

  • The CO Department of Agriculture issued a cease and Desist order to Arriba Grain, Inc, in Arriba September 27. The order does not allow any grain to be purchased or accepted for storage until the company comes into compliance.