Category Archives: Local Safety
I recently received a letter from one of law enforcement’s finest. He had attended a seminar in which he was told to be on the lookout for Christians. The letter was written by an attendee, Ron Trowbridge, Undersheriff in Prowers County, Colorado. I would like to thank Sheriff Trowbridge for the letter and the 25 years he has spent protecting the public in his county. Fear of reprisals from either the Colorado State Police and Homeland Security, fail to stop this patriot from exposing what our law officers are being subjected to. Because of his bravery, we are able to read more…
So just because something does not carry the Agenda 21 label does not mean that it is not promoting the goals of Agenda 21. The goals of Agenda 21 are not only being implemented in the United States. This is a massive worldwide effort that is being coordinated by the United Nations. An article that was posted on RedState.com discussed some of the history of Agenda 21… In simplified terms, Agenda 21 is a master blueprint, or guidelines, for constructing “sustainable” communities. Agenda 21 was put forth by the UN’s Commission on Sustainable Development, and was adopted by over 200 read more…
We awoke at 5:30 AM to rocks slamming our roof. It lasted about 15 minutes, complete with black cloud, cracking thunder and flashes of lightning. The noise slowed for several minutes, then hammered again for another 10 or so. When we dared to open our curtains, with the fear of smashing glass passed by, a complete coat of white took the eye in all four directions. Small ponds covered several parts of our little .5 acre, all covered in hail-balls. According to the weatherbug Doppler animated map, a much larger feature SW west of us is headed NE. It shows as a thick, slowly spinning, counter-clock read more…
Tornado activity over the southeastern Colorado prairies directs tail toward Lamar, once again. As weather forecasts around the country dip and blow, the danger comes home to the valley, in the form of tornado activity that feeds of the lows and highs of an Arkansas River Valley spring. While the valley rarely experiences the ravages of an actual tornado touching down, the opportunity arrives on the high plains frequently through the early summer months because of the extreme changes in temperature.