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Trailblazer Theatre Company Presents, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee”

Trailblazer Theatre Company Presents, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee”

  The Tony Award winning musical will be performed at the Lamar Community College, Large Lecture Hall in the Bowman Building at 7pm, Friday, April 5th and a Saturday matinee at 2pm the following afternoon. Jessica Medina, the show’s producer, said the play is a family-friendly production that recaps the events surrounding a spelling bee […]

Lamar Elks Lodge #1319 Donates to 9/11 Memorial Fund

Lamar Elks Lodge #1319 Donates to 9/11 Memorial Fund

  Lamar Elks presented Doug Harbour a check for $1,500 to help with  the 9/11 memorial. This money was made possible by an Anniversary grant through the National Elks Foundation. Cary LaCost PER Lamar Elks 1319

LCC Honors 2018 Employees of the Year

LCC Honors 2018 Employees of the Year

  (Lamar, Colorado; February 28, 2019) Lamar Community College is proud to recognize the following staff and faculty members who have been selected as Employees of the Year: Kendra King, Faculty; Kristin Lubbers, Administrator; Terry Comer, Classified Employee; and Daniel Westfield, Adjunct Instructor.   “Lamar Community College has some of the most talented, dedicated, innovative, […]

Prowers Lodging Panel Reviewing By-Laws Regarding Promotions

Prowers Lodging Panel Reviewing By-Laws Regarding Promotions

    The Prowers County Lodging Tax Panel will begin to review their by-laws in support of a proposal to use Panel funding to promote Prowers County in general as well as specific events as they have in the past. Panel member, Chad Hart, suggested the current by-laws do allow a general advertising campaign which […]

Temporary Closure of Monument Hill area at Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site

Temporary Closure of Monument Hill area at Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site

Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site (NHS) Acting Superintendent Janet Frederick announces the temporary closure of the Monument Hill Overlook and areas immediately surrounding the overlook. “As part of the long range management improvements to the park, the Monument Hill area is being rehabilitated to assure safety and accessibility to all visitors.” said Frederick. The […]

DAR State Regent to Visit Lamar

DAR State Regent to Visit Lamar

Jeannine Angle Dobbins, State Regent Colorado State Society, NSDAR will be visiting Southeast Colorado on Saturday, March 2, 2019 at the Third Street Nest in Lamar. The Fort William Bent Chapter and the La Junta Chapter along with invited guests will be in attendance to hear her program ‘Treasures in the DAR Basement’. The program […]

PMC Auxiliary: The Few Who Aid Many

PMC Auxiliary: The Few Who Aid Many

    Members of the Prowers Medical Center Auxiliary were on hand at this year’s annual Heritage Snow Goose Festival vendor’s sale at the Department of Wildlife offices on Highway 287. The Auxiliary has several dozen members and ten or so volunteer their time to keep the hospital gift shop open Monday through Friday from […]

“What Was, What Is: A Tsetsehestaestse View”

“What Was, What Is: A Tsetsehestaestse View”

A Presentation by Dr. Henrietta Mann   Join us on Thursday, February 21st at 6 pm for a free presentation by Cheyenne elder and well-respected American Indian educator, Dr. Henrietta Mann, at the Crow Luther Cultural Events Center in Eads, CO.  Her informative presentation entitled “What Was, What Is: A Tsetsehestaestse View” will focus on […]

Lamar Honkers Visit Mackey Realty and Galaxy Gallery and RC Media

Lamar Honkers Visit Mackey Realty and Galaxy Gallery and RC Media

  The Lamar Chamber Honkers paid a visit to new business ventures in Lamar recently, Mackey Realty located in the Village Shopping Center and Galaxy Gallery and RC Media at 108 North Main Street in Lamar. The second visit of the day was to Galaxy Gallery and RCM Consulting and Consignment at 108 North Main […]

Construction Projects Underway in Lamar

Construction Projects Underway in Lamar

    A visit to parts of Lamar indicates some people are busy this mid-winter. The pace has increased at the community correction facility, known as the Advantage Treatment Center on East Maple Street.  Mark Carrigan, who is handling most of the renovation project for the former WPA facilities, said he expects the eastern most […]

Downtown Decorations Approved

Downtown Decorations Approved

Additional grant-funded flowerpot arrangements will be made available for downtown Lamar in the near future. Angie Cue, Lamar’s Community Development Director, explained that in the past, Lamar Partnership Incorporated has used a Main Street Mini-Grant for the displays, but DoLA has revised some guidelines which restrict annual and perennial flowers that are perishable with a […]

High Plains Snow Goose & Heritage History Set for Feb 7 - 10

High Plains Snow Goose & Heritage History Set for Feb 7 – 10

        Celebrating 17 years, The High Plains Snow Goose & Heritage History Festival is a one-of-a-kind festival sponsored by the Lamar Chamber of Commerce, Colorado Parks and Wildlife, Kiowa County Economic Development and Canyons and Plains that will be held February 7-10 2019 in Lamar, Colorado. Join avid birders and historians for […]

Shore Arts Pocket Park Project Completed with New Shade Structures

Shore Arts Pocket Park Project Completed with New Shade Structures

  2019 began with the finalization of the Shore Arts Center Pocket Park project, the three large umbrella-type coverings that will offer shade protection from the sun and the elements for future visitors. The last segment of the project was completed on Friday, January 4th.   The Lamar City Council had approved the purchase earlier […]

Holly Commercial Club Christmas Lighting Contest Winners

Holly Commercial Club Christmas Lighting Contest Winners

    The results are in for the annual Christmas Lighting Contest held in the Holly community. Each first and second place winners in the three categories receive $100 and $50 respectively for their decorations. Traditional Christmas Category went to Christie and Tim Weeder for First place and Mark and Barb VanCampen were selected as […]

Former Park Service Superintendent Receives Major Award

Former Park Service Superintendent Receives Major Award

    Former National Park Service High Plains Group Superintendent Alexa Roberts has received the U.S. Department of the Interior’s Meritorious Service Award. The Meritorious Service Award is the second highest honorary recognition granted to employees of the Department of the Interior. It is presented for an important contribution to science or management, a notable […]