Anyone who's helped with similar events can sympathize with the choice made in Colorado Springs this year.
Everybody would like to blame someone else for the sky-rocketing at the gas pumps.
For anyone who's ever thought they'd like to have more of a say in local government, there's an opening that local officials would like to get filled.
Well, they got a pet monkey
Equipment that will speed high-tech communications that can prove critical in a health event was approved by the Barton County Commission Monday.
"You are the same today as you'll be in five years except for two things, the books you read and the people you meet." - Charlie "Tremendous" Jones
Barton County Records Department staff members continue to reach back into past lives of county residents.
It's coming up to that time of the election cycle again, the end of the endorsements.
Fans of the Mel Brooks comedy classic, "Young Frankenstein" still laugh at the wonderful scene when Gene Wilder and Marty Feldman are digging up their "corpse."
Barton County will buy 20,000 tons of asphalt at it still won't be enough.
A bump in the road is no big deal when you're driving 30 mph, but at 200 mph, it's a different story.
When November rolls around and this country continues on its current status quo stumble to bigger and bigger government that spends more, employs more, and does less for those footing the bill, it might be worthwhile to look back to this week's news.
(EDITOR'S NOTE: This is one in a series of articles about severe weather awareness.)
Here's a guy who should have a statue erected.
Beautification Committee Chairwoman Linda Dougherty received permission from the Great Bend City Council to continue improvements to the grounds around the Great Bend Public Library that began with donations that provided for bronze statues.