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PAGE 2 -- EASTERN COLORADO PLAINSMAN, THURSDAY, JULY 29, 2004 ILv (Continued from page 1) County] would stand for a new $10-12 rmllion hospital, but would [endorse] a $2 rmllion bond issue. Schreivogel added that all LCH would be doing is taking the four- mills it is already receiving and paying off the new debt. It is now up to Lancaster/Pol- lard to devise a "vehicle" for the bonds to be sold. Schreivogel and the board agreed that the I tolocal residents. I L ~,, ~. In other news, LCH has filed suit against Trailblazers for dis- allowing approximately $58,000 on the last cost report, 2 BeeHive (Continued from page 1) appointments. When needed she also helps the other 10 em- ployees see to the needs of the ': residents. i Currently there are 10 resi- dents at BeeHive and Crouse said there is room for three more. Demers said that since Crouse started working at the Beeline bonds should be made available" Go with what you know... Vote Pete Kjosness for Lincoln County Commissioner, August I(P. Yt @ @ on Schreivogel said. Trailblazers is an intermediary for Medicare and Medicaid which disburse funds for the government. The cost report is submitted to them for review. After that was completed Schreivogel said the $58,000 was disallowed and the individual who prepared the 2003 cost re- port for LCH filed an appeal. During her report, Kathy Bennett, director of nurses, said that a new orthopedic surgeon and general surgeon will be starting at LCHin the near future. Schreivogel added that the biggest cardiologist group in Denver will also begin sending a physician to LCH. she has uplifted the spirit "at the house and brought her strong background and expert~e in the medical field to the job which has pleased our residents." Her work history is varied. Crouse worked for the Lincoln County Sheriff's Office for four years and the iuvenile facility in Ramah for3.5 years. She was an EMT for 6.5 years and with the Limon Ambulance Service for two years. Her husband Larry is em- ployed at D-I Petroleum and they have two children. David is 19 and a mechanic in the Air Force stationed in Greensboro, N.C. Son Clayton is 16 and a iumor at Limon Hi School. Pastor SteVe, Associate 743-2390 comer of 5th St Morni Sunda~ Bible Study 126 5th Rev. 7a,3-2780 Sunday Worship Other St. 131 5tla Hugo, Rev. Your vote for Pete Kjosness gives Lincoln CounG' a Public, Effective, Trustworthy and Experienced Commissioner. Paid tt~r b) Incumbent. C~mamis~i~mct Pete Kjosness Plains Medical Center Family Practice '@ Monday, Aug. 2 - Dr. Robert Sims, 10 a.m. - 11 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 3 - Dr. Robert Sims, 10 a.m. - 11 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 4 - Dr. Robert Sims, 10 a.m. - 11 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 5 - CLOSED Friday, Aug. 6 - Dr. Robert Sims, 10 a.m. - 12 noon Mark OIson Dr. John Fox Dr. Tarek Arja, Robert M. Sims, M.D. Dr. John Wesffall Glenda Kinkel, FNP Tish Hollingsworth, PA-C Molly Leinaker, PA Maryann Straley, FNP Cindy Faagai, LCSW Call for an appointment today/ Eastern Colorado POSTMASTER: Send Change of Address to Eastern Colorado Plainsman, P.O. Box 98 Hullo. Colo. 80821-0098 1989 1990 1990 P.O. Box 98 1993 505 3rd Avenue 1994 Hugo, Colo. 80821 1996 1998 (719)743-2371 1998 Toll free 1-866-842-2609 1998 Fax: (719) 743-2106 2002 E-mail: nomuzzle~ - Editorial - Best - Best NeWs - Public - Best - Public - Best NeWs - Best NeWs - Public Legal Nev, spaper for Lincoln Count) Town of Hugo. Tou, n of Amba, and To~ n of Genoa Subscriptions: $20-in county; $25-out of county. Becky Osterwaid Publisher/Editor EASTERN COLORADO PLAINSMAN (165-680) is published weekly by MUZZLE UNMMITED, INC., Hugo, Colorado 80821. Periodicals Postage Paid at Hugo, Colorado. A ('o[orad~, S~a~uloQ [hib!~calioa. {.'RS , 19-'3,24--0 elai Co!!1111 for AssO0 N.ATIONAL AssOCi