1.21.2022

Weekend Weather

Decision Weather: January 21st:
Photo Source: Chelsea Schmitt
Today southerly flow will warm temps into the low 40’s ahead of a quick disturbance that works out of the Rockies late this afternoon and evening.  There will be a chance for a bit of light snow or flurries this evening as lows fall into the upper teens.  Saturday and Sunday’s temps again reach into the upper   40’s and 50’s with northwest flow from high-pressure building to the west and trough over the Great Lakes.  Monday ridge flattens and cold front in the evening and overnight pulls colder air south out of Canada and brings some light snow chances and colder temps for Tuesday  

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1.19.2022

Events Around the Colby Area

In Colby:
Third Thursday Art gallery walk
This month's Third Thursday art gallery walk is scheduled from 6 to 8 p.m. on Jan. 20 at five Colby locations. Student art and pieces by college instructor Rebel Mahieu will be displayed at the Colby Community College Cultural Arts Center. Additional works by various artists will be in the Jonas Gallery, Pioneer Memorial Library, Prairie Museum of Art & History, and Orange. Admission is free. Refreshments will be served at each location. For more information, contact Mahieu at (785) 460-5459.

37th ANNUAL ORANGE/BLACK BASKETBALL CLASSIC
Come support your favorite team and enjoy some great basketball as both boys and girls teams from across the region travel to Colby to compete!
Thurs., Jan. 20 - Sat., Jan. 23 at the Colby Event Center. For bracket information and volunteer opportunities, contact Colby High School Athletics Director Travis Betz: tbetz@colbyeagles.org or 785-460-5300

AMERICAN LEGION RIDERS BREAKFAST FEED

1.15.2022

WPAA Upcoming Show

R.P. Smith, Humorist and Cowboy Poetis a fourth generation rancher from Broken Bow, Neb.  In the ranching game it never hurts to have a little side-gig and for over 30 years humor and cowboy poetry have been a creative outlet for Smith. He produces and records his weekly radio show from the Pine Crest Ranch, his home place.

The Western Plains Arts Association resumes their second half of the group’s 52ndseason by showcasing R.P. Smith at 3 p.m., Sunday, Jan. 23 at the Rawlins County High School Auditorium in Atwood. Admission is by WPAA season ticket or adults $10 and students $5 at the door. The Dane G. Hansen Foundation, Logan, Kansas, has provided WPAA special grants this season.