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Prowers Honored as Reach Out & Read County

Prowers Honored as Reach Out & Read County

  Prowers County recognized as Reach Out and Read Colorado Book-End County. Annually, more than 3000 Reach Out and Read Colorado books are prescribed to children and families at health check-ups in Prowers County at seven partner sites. Prowers County, Colorado (August 7, 2017) – Prowers County is the most recent Colorado County to be […]

LCC Welcomes 18 New Academic Employees this Fall

LCC Welcomes 18 New Academic Employees this Fall

(Lamar, Colorado; August 14, 2017) There will be a crowd of new faces on the Lamar Community College campus this fall. LCC will welcome 18 new instructors and academic support staff members, each with a wealth of knowledge and experience. Academic Achievement Jerry Roseberry will join LCC this fall to teach Advanced Academic Achievement (AAA […]

CDA Survey Preference for Local Foods

CDA Survey Preference for Local Foods

  Colorado Dept. of Agriculture Survey Reveals Positive Consumer Perceptions of Agriculture Statewide, Strong Preference for Local Foods BROOMFIELD, Colo. – It’s no secret that consumers have shown a preference for locally grown and produced foods over the last decade, and a recent survey conducted by the Colorado Department of Agriculture (CDA), in collaboration with […]

Safety Tips for Storm-Related Home Repairs

Safety Tips for Storm-Related Home Repairs

August 14, 2017 RE: Important preventive safety tips for the citizens of Lamar With the recent damage caused by the recent storms, the City of Lamar Building Department is issuing some tips that are meant to help our citizens through the process of getting qualified bids and contractors while trying to protect our citizens: Please […]

First Confirmed Case in 2017 of Equine West Nile Virus (WNV) in Colorado

First Confirmed Case in 2017 of Equine West Nile Virus (WNV) in Colorado

  BROOMFIELD, Colo. – A horse residing in Larimer County has been diagnosed with West Nile Virus; this is Colorado’s first confirmed case of WNV in a horse in 2017.  This index case was diagnosed by Colorado State University Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory in Fort Collins on August 02, 2017. Vaccines in horses have proven to […]

PEP Hosting Crowder/Lewis Town Hall Meeting at LCC August 17

PEP Hosting Crowder/Lewis Town Hall Meeting at LCC August 17

Prowers Economic Prosperity will host an upcoming Town Hall Meeting on Thursday, August 17, 2017 in the Large Lecture Hall at Lamar Community College with Colorado State Senator Larry Crowder (Senate District 35) and Colorado State Representative Kimmi Lewis (House District 64). Residents are invited to join Senator Crowder and Representative Lewis to listen to […]

High Plains Celebrates National Health Center Week

High Plains Celebrates National Health Center Week

    National Health Center Week will be observed August 13th-19th and High Plains Community Health Center is inviting the community to a day touring the facility on Kendall Drive on Tuesday, August 15th at 3pm. Laurie Dimitt, Vice President of Human Resources with High Plains Community Health Center, invited the Lamar City Council when […]

Scholarships available for the fall semester at Lamar Community College

Scholarships available for the fall semester at Lamar Community College

(Lamar, Colorado; August 7, 2017) The fall semester is right around the corner at Lamar Community College with classes set to start August 21. And, for those taking fall classes, opportunities for scholarship funding are still available including Colorado Opportunity Scholarship Initiative (COSI) funds and the Daniels Fund Boundless Opportunity EMT Scholarship. COSI scholarship funds […]

LCC Displays Maker Space Program

LCC Displays Maker Space Program

New innovations in computer technology have been combined with high-tech equipment at Lamar Community College which is offering a new curriculum for students as well as business opportunities for local entrepreneurs. Called Innovate and Make Space, the program is offered in the Betz Technology Building at LCC and is just getting underway. Students can enroll […]

Prowers County on the Route for the American Legion Legacy Motorcycle Run August 12th

Prowers County on the Route for the American Legion Legacy Motorcycle Run August 12th

    On Saturday, August 12, 2017 the American Legion Legacy Run takes off from the Fort Dodge Soldier’s Home in Fort Dodge, Kansas. This year’s route will be along US Hwy 50. On Day 1 the Legacy Run will be traveling through Granada, Holly, Lamar, Las Animas, La Junta, Swink, Rocky Ford, Manzanola and […]

SOUTHEAST AREA EXTENSION SAYS - Rabies on the Rise

SOUTHEAST AREA EXTENSION SAYS – Rabies on the Rise

Earlier this week the Colorado Department of Agriculture Animal Health Division sent out a release indicating that the number of reported rabies cases in Colorado was on the rise in 2017. So far in 2017, 93 animals have tested positive. Sixty of those animals are known to have exposed domestic pets, livestock, and humans. Early […]

Honey Bee Colonies Down Slightly for Operations with Five or More Colonies

Honey Bee Colonies Down Slightly for Operations with Five or More Colonies

  Honey bee colonies for operations with five or more colonies in the United States on January 1, 2017 totaled 2.62 million colonies, down slightly from January 1, 2016. The number of colonies in the United States on April 1, 2017 was 2.89 million colonies. During 2016, honey bee colonies on January 1, April 1, […]

Registration Marks Countdown to School Year

Registration Marks Countdown to School Year

  The Lamar Community Building will see around 1,500 students go through the annual registration process Tuesday and Wednesday, August 1st and 2nd. The gym floor is set with tables and chairs in the middle so parents and youth can fill out the needed forms as they make their selections for their schools and classes […]

Aug. 5 Sand Creek Walking Tour Available for Public

Aug. 5 Sand Creek Walking Tour Available for Public

  The Sand Creek Massacre is a seminal event in American Indian history, a brutal massacre that took 230 Cheyenne and Arapaho lives in a surprise raid by Colorado (US) Volunteer Cavalry during the Civil War. At 10:00 am on Saturday, August 5, join Park Ranger Teri Jobe on a free guided tour that discusses […]

New Season, New Goals for HOPE

New Season, New Goals for HOPE

  Years ago, an artist would use a palette and brush to create their work. Now, they can refer to the picture’s display or representation on their ipad in one hand and use a can of spray paint to complete their artistry with the other. Although the means of application may have altered, an artist’s […]