August 6, 2020


Lamar Animal Shelter

Sara MCloskey of the Lamar Animal Shelter shares information on recently found animals and opnes up for adoption. McCloskey encourages residents to call ahead to visit local shelter animals.

McClave Cemeraty Flag

Recently, the town of McClave received a proudly standing new flag pole and flags. The Bent-Prowers Cemetery Dist Board has plans of putting similar flag poles in the Hasty and Wiley cemeteries as time permits. The company BelleSkye Monuments donated the equipment to run the cement base for the 30' pole, and even donated the manpower. East Road and Bridge also made contributions to the new flag, along with community volunteers and personnel. Lights have also been installed for evening lumination.

Bob DeLancey

Amid the pandemic, radio station owner Bob DeLancey shares how radio receives revenue, and the importance of other businesses' success. DeLancy further discusses the positive impact of frequently advertising in order to increase business amid the pandemic and beyond.

Colorado Census

Prowers Countys Michelle Heigle represents the Colorado Census and shares information on who needs to fill out the Colorado 2020 census and the age cut off for infants. Heigle goes on to emphasis the importance of residents completing the census, in order to help increase government funding from the state in the future.


Wichita Cleaning Business

According to KAKE news, As the voting machines were shut down and rolled out of the Woodland Lakes Community Church in Wichita, Jordan Harris rolls in with an army of workers, ready to disinfect 82 other locations in Sedgwick County. Harris was unemployed and began cleaning door to door for income. He later hired other unemployed individuals to help his business grow. Harris and his dream cleaners will be back in action for the general election, cleaning for early voting in October and the general election in November. His goal: to keep everyone safe during the election.

Denver House Fire

Denver Police believe arson led to a house fire that killed five people overnight. Captain Greg Pixley with the Denver Fire Department says crews were called out to the home off 56th Avenue and Peña Boulevard just before 3 a.m. Three people escaped from the fire by jumping out of a second-floor window. Denver Police have not released the names of any of the victims.

Manitou Incline Open

The Manitou Incline is back open. Colorado Springs Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Director Karen Palus [[ PAH-lus ]] says people will need to make an online reservation before heading to the incline, and shares how parking is limited. Reservations need to be made at People who do not make an online reservation will be ticketed for trespassing.

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