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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.

 

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15 Years Ago

September 28, 2001

 

  • Junior Golfers, Miles Philpy and Ryan Trosper were thrilled when they won berths in the Colorado State Gold tournament next week.

 

  • Wild Horse Roundup Curtis Schrimp:  Gary McNeely showed me some pictures o the saddle that he won roping. It is a beauty, and something to be proud of.

 

25 Years Ago

September 26, 1991

 

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15 Years Ago

September 21, 2001

 

  • USDA  Rod Johnson: American Agriculture Stand Tall! The tragedy of September 11 has reach to every corner of the earth and virtually everyone has  some direct connection to the atrocity. FSA has been notified that John Ogonowski, an FSA County Committee member for 16 years in Massachusetts, was a pilot on one of the American Airlines Flights that struck the American Trade Center .

 

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 15 Years Ago

September 14, 2001

 

  • Over the next 10 to 12 months, Kiowa County and the Kiowa County Economic Development Foundation have committed to the creation of a fountywide, long-range comprehensive plan.

 

  • Kiowa County 4-H members brought home numerous prizes from the recent Colorado State Fair. In fact, more than half of the Kiowa County 4-H projects exhibited at the State Fair placed in the top ten of their class.

 

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15 Years Ago

August 24, 2001

 

 

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Theresa Weber, retired from Sheridan Lake area postmaster, was honored at potluck luncheon & program held at the Plainview School on August 5. Jerry Weber, Theresa son and the mayor of Sheridan Lake presented a proclamation declaring August 5, 2001 "Theresa Weber Day". Jerry Jones, US Postmaster Eads , presented a service award, gold watch and an attache case on behalf of the United States Postal Service.

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 15 Years Ago

August 10, 2001

 

  • USDA UPDATE: Hot dry weather is affecting the springs crops. Grain sorghum & corn seems  stress the most, while millet & Sunflowers seem to be in a little better condition. Additional rains need soon to avoid a repeat of disastrous 2000 crop year.

 

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15 Years Ago

August 3, 2001

 

Crop Reports: Almost all winter wheat harvested, but progress remain slightly behind 5 year average. The spring wheat crop rated mostly good to fair. Corn silked at 60 % conditions good to excellent.

 

25 Years Ago

August 1, 1991

 

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July 15, 2001

 

USDA UPDATE: Some of the best yields in the county are being reported north of Haswell. This area received enough moisture last fall to insure the survival of wheat through the winter.

 

25 Years Ago

 

July 11, 1991