"We are excited to see the community moving forward with the Cheyenne Center for Creativity's (CC4C) purchase of the historic building at 202 Washington", said Tom Smull, board member of the Cheyenne County Kansas Community Foundation. The Foundation's Dane G. Hansen Pass-Through Grant of $10,000 will help start the work. This building is the
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Allison Grice's exhibit of photography and graphic design has opened at Quincy Gallery with a reception on March 2nd.
Ms Grice, a St Francis native, is well known here as an exceptionally talented artist with wide range of interests. Over the years, though, it is photography that has allowed her to share her heart.
Whether it's a rusty old pickup or wheat blowing in the breeze against a sunset, Ms Grice's photography shows her love of nature and
So, if you would like to help us put with a play, either on stage or behind the scenes, please come by Fresh 7 this Saturday and let me know.
Here are some pics:
Here are some pictures.
The coop must be approved by the city before it is populated with chickens.
No more than 6 chickens.
No roosters, only females are allowed.
So I knew, that at some point, we would have chickens, to have fresh eggs, and I have an eight year old who loves critters. The day would come when chickens would inhabit the yard, but in truth, I was putting it off, sinc
Jan Fortin has created a wonderful new environment within the Classic Rose; taking down partitions, giving the entire space a face lift, opening up the space fo