Colorado Senator Michael Bennet will host three days of Farm Bill listening sessions throughout eastern Colorado this week.
Kathy Self, Tree Board Chair for the Town of Springfield for more than 30 years, has been named the Colorado State Forest Service Volunteer of the Year for 2021.
Lamar-based Golden Plains Insurance Agency, Inc. has announced another expansion with the acquisition of Baxter Agency in Eads. The purchase was completed April 5, 2022.
Marilyn Baxter established Baxter Agency in 1989 to successfully serve clients across southeast Colorado from her office at 101 East 15th Street in Eads. Golden Plains is also acquiring that building, and has hired Haley Reedy to continue providing exceptional service in Kiowa County.
Beginning in mid-April, helicopter crews will move across southeastern Colorado to conduct aerial surveys for lesser prairie-chicken.
Colorado State University Crops Testing is excited to announce the details for the 2022 Wheat Field Days. They are made possible by our farmer-cooperators, seed company and industry partners, and colleagues from the CSU College of Ag. and Ag.
June 13, 1978 - January 13, 2022
Tonya Wilson, of Campo passed away January 13, 2022, at Cimarron Memorial Hospital in Boise City, Oklahoma.
Tonya Lynn Wood was born June 13, 1978, in Hugo to William Wood and Alta Irene (Bailey) Wood.
She attended Kit Carson School System, graduating with the class of 1996.
After high school she was a homemaker.
October 14, 2006, she was united in marriage to Aaron Wilson in Boise City.
Golden Plains Insurance is once again proud to announce its annual scholarship award. In recognition of the Golden Plains Insurance Agency's 10-year anniversary under the ownership of Nick Palmer, this year the company will be awarding a $2,000 scholarship for the 2021-2022 academic school year to a deserving 2022 high school graduate with a desire for successful completion of higher education, either academic or vocational.
Applications are available to students at any of the three offices located at
Despite being mid-December, southeast Colorado faces high fire danger Tuesday and Wednesday.
Residents of Prowers, Baca and Kiowa counties will have access to a Lamar Community College education without needing to travel to the main campus.