Top articles from the Kiowa County Press in Eads, Colorado, for the week ending March 27, 2021.
Spring in Colorado is known for wild swings in the weather. Monday and Tuesday this week will be no exception.
COVID testing is required before entering portions of the Texas Senate.
If frozen wind turbines were the cause of the Texas power outage, how can they be made more reliable?
Thousands of Texans and 50 partners and sponsors will be participating in an annual Texas Energy Day at the Capitol on March 24.
Texas House members have filed bills over the past week designed to protect consumers and strengthen Texas' electric grid after hearing roughly 30 hours of testimony from officials from the Public Utility Commission, ERCOT and representatives from power companies.
In response to the Public Utilities Commission ignoring Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick's request to reverse its decision to overcharge customers by roughly $16 billion, Patrick asked Texas Governor Greg Abbott to intervene.
(The Center Square) - Texas lawmakers rolled out legislation that would prohibit and penalize social media companies from censoring Texans on their platforms.
High fire danger returns Wednesday, while concerns about a strong winter storm in Colorado for the weekend are increasing.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott issued a warning Tuesday about an elevated risk of wildfires in several regions of Texas that could last through Thursday.