The Herald spoke this morning with both Shane and Tori Hawks of Stampede Power Line Services of Wiley. Stampede is extending the “neighbor helping neighbor” idea all the way across the country this week. Tori tells us: In anticipation of damage to be caused by Hurricane Ian, Stampede sent a convoy consisting of 8 men, […]
Note: We have a couple of reasons we are republishing these pieces. 1) We have a few more pieces of info which weren’t published in the the original and, 2) While peddling our books at the College National Finals Rodeo (CNFR) we had a customer perusing our books who said: “I wish you had something […]
WASHINGTON—U.S. Representative Ken Buck (CO-04) will host a “SE Federal Resources Fair” in Colorado’s Fourth Congressional District. During the event, representatives from the Small Business Administration, Colorado Housing and Finance Authority, and USDA Rural Development will be on hand to provide an overview of the services they offer and answer questions. The fair will consist of two events […]
DENVER – Colorado Parks and Wildlife invites resident and nonresident anglers of all ages and skillsets to participate in its annual Free Fishing Weekend on June 4 and 5. Free Fishing Weekend is a great way to get outside with family and friends and take advantage of Colorado’s extensive opportunities to fish for a variety of cold and […]
January 26, 1924 – April 10, 2022 Ruth Berniece Lucius Schenck was born January 26, 1924 and passed away April 10, 2022 in Johnson, KS. She was preceded in death by her husband, Lee Schenck; parents, Henry J and Berniece Tremain Lucius; sister and brother-in-law, Lucille and Donald Rushton; and son-in-law, Stephen Ascher.Ruth graduated from […]
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Before getting into the week/weekend of basketball, I would just like to wish the Cheraw community prayers and well wishes as a terrible tragedy has struck their community. Please remember them in your thoughts and prayers as they go through this troubling time. The week of January 17-22 was a jampacked one for basketball. On […]
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