CSU Master Gardener program returning to southeast Colorado

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It has been quite a while since Colorado State University Extension has offered the Master Gardener program in the southeast area. With renewed interest in the program, applications are being accepted for Master Gardner classes which will be conducted in 2019. The host location will be determined by where the majority of the applications are centered. Southeast area extension offices are located in Baca, Bent, Cheyenne, Crowley, Kiowa, Otero, and Prowers counties.

LCC Lopes volleyball improves to 10-4 after four-win weekend

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The first match was a too-close-for-comfort win, and the second was a tense almost-but-not-quite loss. Together, they may have unlocked the potential of a team in need of an awakening.

The Lamar Community College volleyball team played its most impressive and consistent volleyball of the young season during a 4-1 showing at the Blue Mountain Inn & Suites Invitational at Colorado Northwestern Community College in Rangely, Colorado, over the weekend.

Eads School Breakfast and Lunch Menu

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April 23: egg patty, toast, apple juice, milk, fruit

April 24: breakfast casserole, orange juice, milk, fruit

April 25: omelet, toast, grape juice, milk, fruit

People 26: French toast, apple juice, milk, fruit


April 23: barbecue rib sandwich, Pasta salad, Jell-O cup, milk, fruit and veggie bar

April 24: chili fiesta, lettuce, tomato, pineapple, milk, fruit and veggie bar

April 25: Turkey wrap, lettuce, tomato, peas, apple, milk, fruit and veggie bar

County Line Rivals Take Home Sixth Place in First Showing at State Wrestling Tournament

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There comes a time in a young man's life that the dream just might be within reach.  The long practices, the cutting weight, and the dedication to the sport might just pay off.  The blood, sweat and yes, the tears, have been worth it.  The struggle that you had to live through makes the dream that much more satisfying.

Bringing 4-H Life Skills to Life


The first week in February, I was fortunate to attend the Western 4-H Institute. While there, I participated in an activity that really got me thinking. Our presenters laid out paper masks and asked us to write down all of the projects that we participated in during our own 4-H careers or program areas that we are putting together as agents.  I quickly wrote down the spattering of projects I participated in as a kid without thinking twice. After we shared with those around us, we were then handed a clear piece of film that was shaped just like the mask.