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Weekend Storms a Possibility

Photo: Chelsea Schmitt
Decision Weather: May 17th:
Warming temperatures continue for the listening area, with today reaching high's in the upper 80's. Next chances for thunder storms are over the weekend, starting Saturday night. Some of these storms could be severe. Temperatures are expected to stay in the 80's for the next few days until a Tuesday when precipitation chances cool the area down. Overnight low's remain in the 50's.
Stay tuned to Super-Hits 106 to catch the forecast every half hour!


Events Around the Atwood Area

Area Graduations:
Cheylin High School graduation will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, May 18th at the Bird City gym.

In Atwood:
Rod Run
The Annual Early Rod Run is planned for May 17th and 18th. Fireworks at dark on Friday evening. Show and Shine downtown Saturday with drag races at the airport at 4 p.m. The awards banquet is at the Columbian Hall on Saturday evening.

Atwood Alumni Banquet
Atwood Alumni Reunion Banquet will be held on Saturday, May 25th. Register to attend!

Pool Opening


Events Around the Colby Area

In Colby:
Book Club for Teens
Options and Brewing up Words will be hosting a Book Club for Teens every other Monday starting on May 13th at 5:00 p.m., located at Brewing up Words (435 N Franklin). The other book club dates will be on May 27th, June 10th and June 24th.

Color Run Fundraiser
The Mosier Family Adoption Fundraiser will be putting on a 2 mile color run/walk and kids race at the Colby Walking Trail on Saturday, May 18th. All ages welcome, $25 per person. White T-shirt included, prizes for 1st-3rd placing. Race starts at 10:00 a.m., starting and finishing point at CHS. Check in/ late registration is at 9:15 a.m. All proceeds will go towards the adoption fees for the Mosier Family. If you are interested in sponsoring a mile or working the event, please email

Community Garden Volunteers Needed 


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.


CCC Events and Notices

Women's Handgun Class May 11
COLBY -- Women's Basic Handgun Instruction will be offered from 9 a.m. to noon on May 11 in Colby Community College's Bedker Memorial Complex.

 The women-only class teaches basic handgun safety and fundamental operation and meets the training requirements and format of the United States Concealed Carry Association (USCCA). Certificates will be awarded upon completion.

 Instruction and practice will be provided, with training pistols outfitted for laser firing. No live fire or firearms with ammunition will be allowed in the classroom.


This Month at Pioneer Memorial Library

National Library Week!
National library week at Pioneer Memorial Library is from April 9th-11th. Doors open at 11:45 am. There will be a light lunch provided, and donations are accepted. If you plan on attending, please call the library at 785-460-4470, or email at,


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