Last week the Colorado Department of Education contacted Glenn Smith, Superintendent of Eads Schools, to inform him the Eads Elementary School had been named as a National Title I Distinguished School for the State of Colorado for the third year in a row. Only two schools in the entire state were designated with the award. No school has received the award twice, let alone three times. Eads Elementary School has been named a Colorado Distinguished School in 2016, 2017, and 2018.
For the third year, Eads mayor and town council have renewed their agreement with AirMedCare Network with county-wide membership coverage for residents who live within the city limits.
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Last Sunday evening, the sanctuary of the Methodist church was awash with reds and golds and resonated with voices raised in song as the Christmas cantata was performed once again. As has been a tradition that goes back decades and decades, the cantata is a collaborative effort involving clergy and singers from different church choirs in the area, all of whom gather together to sing that year’s seasonal selection. Now in her seventh year, the choir performed under the direction of Mrs. Anetta Maxcy of Kit Carson.
For several years, the issue of “the landfill” has been one of the top priorities facing many rural county commissioners. The specifics of the situation are complex and, in many ways, very frustrating, but the bottom line is pretty simple.