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Weekend Weather

Photo: Chelsea Schmitt
Decision Weather: June 14th:
There is a slight risk for severe weather across the area during the late afternoon-evening. Clusters of storms are anticipated to move generally east-northeast across the area with all hazards being possible, including large hail, damaging winds, a few tornadoes, and a heavy rainfall/flooding risk. Above average temperatures will return this weekend, high's in triple digits on Father's Day. Some thunderstorms are expected Friday afternoon and evening. A few storms are possible over the weekend.
Stay tuned to Super-Hits 106 to catch the forecast every half hour!


This Month at Pioneer Memorial Library

Monday, June 10th- Library Summer Learning Program
Bring the kids out for "Nature Cat: Can you Dig it?" An adventure in composting at Pioneer Memorial Library at 2:30 PM. Each child in attendance will receive a free book. Presented by Smoky Hills and PBS.

Breakfast with Books on Wednesday, June 12th

Events Around the Colby Area

In Goodland:
Goodland Elks Lodge #1528 and Sherman County Sheriff's Office is having a Flag Day Celebration to honor our veterans.
There will be free hamburgers, hotdogs, chips, drinks and cookies.
We will have the Elks Essay Contest Winner awards.
A flag that has been flown over our Nations Capitol will be presented.
When: 5:00 (MT) time, June 14, 2024
Where:  Gulick Park, 8th and Caldwell, Goodland, KS

In Hoxie:
17th Annual Rod Run
Friday, June 14th, Cruise Night/Saturday, June 15th, Show 'N' Shine
Food Vendors, VR for Kids, Free Swimming, Bounce Houses, Train Rides, Laser Tag, Live DJ and more! For information on pin-up contest call Barb- 785-657-7248. For information about Hoxie Rod Run call 785-675-9070 or find them on Facebook!

In Colby:
Picnic in the Park
Picnic in the Park is back for the summer! Every Wednesday for June through July, bring your lawn chair and sack lunch and enjoy the music in Fike Park at noon! Monica and Karla Bugbee perform this week, June 12th! Sponsored by Hi-Plains Coop and Kiwanis (Hot Dog Feed) and proceeds go towards the Kiwanis Fireworks Display.


Events Around the Atwood Area

In Atwood:
Babysitting and CPR Class
Tuesday, June 11th from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the 4H Building on North Highway 25. Pizza and drink provided for lunch. $40 - certification and take-home education. Call 626-6426 to sign up. For girls and boys - 11 years old and up. CPR, FirstAid and AED training!

Blood Drive
There will be an American Red Cross community blood drive from 12 to 5:30 p.m. onWednesday, June 12 at the Columbian Hall in Atwood. Visit and use the sponsor code “Atwood” to sign up and reserve an appointment to donate blood.

Fried Chicken Dinner


CCC Events and Notices

Horsemanship Camp - Thursday, May 23 and Friday, May 24
The Colby Community College equestrian team is offering two horsemanship day camps in May at the CCC Agricultural Center three miles east and one mile north of Colby. Check-in begins at 8:30 a.m., and the camps conclude at 3:30 p.m. On May 23, the Beginner Day Camp is for riders ages 5 to 10 with limited experience. The Young Showman Camp on May 24 is for participants with at least two years of show experience. The fee is $110 per camp or $100 for participants riding their own horses. Lunch and a T-shirt are included. Campers with a horse are required to provide a health certificate (within 30 days), a valid negative Coggins certificate


WPAA Upcoming Shows

WPAA Final Show of Season on May 5th

Pride of the Prairie Orchestra will be the final program of the Western Plains Arts Association’s 54th season. The regional orchestra will feature “The Music of May” for their spring concert. The concert begins at 3 p.m. CDT, Sunday, May 5 at the Colby Community College’s Cultural Arts Center - Frahm Theater.


Admission at the door is $10 adults or $5 students, or by either WPAA or Pride of the Prairie Orchestra (POP) season tickets. Funding for this program is made possible by business, private and foundation support throughout the area including generous grants from the Dane G. Hansen Foundation and the Greater Northwest Kansas Community Foundation – Dane Hansen Community Grant for Thomas County.


Red Cross 8th Annual Blood Drive

8th Annual Blood Drive In Memory of Luke Schemm will be on March 6th at the Wallace County High School Gym

[SHARON SPRINGS, FEB. 19, 2024] — Luke Schemm loved competing on the football field but knew there was more to life than sports. The Wallace County High senior had a heart of gold and enjoyed helping others.

In 2015, Luke’s life was tragically cut short at 17 years old after he collapsed during a football playoff game. His giving spirit is greatly missed, and we encourage you to commemorate it by donating at the 8th annual American Red Cross Sharon Springs Community Blood Drive in Memory of Luke Schemm.

Wednesday, March 6


"The Ellis Trail to Nicodemus" Event

Documentary Coming February 17th and 24th:     
    In the early fall of 1877, a group of black settlers departed from central
Kentucky en route to a new promise of freedom in the lands of Western 
Kansas.  The journey included a trek on the Ellis Trail to their ultimate 
destination of Nicodemus, Kansas.  You are invited to share in a reenactment of 
this historical time and join us for the premier of the documentary that features 
the actual descendants of the original settlers portraying their ancestors and