June 19, 2020


Greater Colorado/help for business

If you have a small business or an idea to have one, there’s information out there for you. In fact, it’s easier than before to get it. Greater Colorado’s Marc Nogger says the first step is to just get going. Nogger goes on to say, individuals interested in starting a business should speak with other business owners who may have relevant experience.

High Plains Community Health Center

High Plains Community Health Center CEO Erick Nemyer gives residents information on new and returning employees ready to assist residents at the Health Center. Nemyer goes on to say he welcomes new and returning employees to the community.

CCPD/otero health

That smart watch might be showing your resting heart rate but there’s a fairly new program with the Otero county health department that can go a little farther. Kendra Taylor says the C-C-P-D program comes to you to screen for a variety of things that contribute to your overall health. The health department will set up a schedule if you just call them. If you just want to know more about it the number is 383-3040.

PCPH Job Search

Prowers County Public Health and Environment is in search of a Youth Developer and Health Needs Assistant Coordinator. Each position will be full-time with the option of a full benefits package. Applicants must have a Bachelor’s degree, communication skills, and be familiar with Microsoft office. Phone calls will not be taken regarding the position, which is available until July 1st. Applications and letters of interest can be sent to



Colorado has seen a downward trend of new COVID-19 cases, but Governor Jared Polis says it's not time to celebrate yet. He's concerned Colorado could see a surge in cases, similar to what neighboring states are already experiencing. Governor Polis continues to stress the need to wear masks in public to reduce the risk of the coronavirus spreading. Colorado reported 228 new cases yesterday. Polis says wearing masks needs to be part of how Coloradans live as the coronavirus pandemic continues. He expects to see a bump in COVID-19 cases following the George Floyd protests.

Texton Aviation Wichita KS

The impact of Covid-19 is triggering job cuts at Textron Aviation in Wichita. According to a new filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Textron Incorporated plans to cut up to 1,950 positions, around 6% of its workforce, from multiple divisions. Wichita-based Textron Aviation, will be impacted, though a specific breakdown of cuts. Tith lower volumes order volumes expected in the future, Teston will initiate indirect and direct workforce reductions as they align cost structure and production levels with demand,Textron Aviation employs around 9,000 people in Wichita.

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