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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 […]

CSP Youth Academy Extends Online Enrollment to March 29

CSP Youth Academy Extends Online Enrollment to March 29

  The Colorado State Patrol Youth Academy will be held in Golden, CO at the Colorado State Patrol Training Academy on July 14-20, 2019. The youth academy focuses on leadership development through team exercises and individual achievement. Cadets will become familiar with the basic elements of the Colorado State Patrol Academy through a demanding daily […]

Lamar Rotary Hosts International Student-Athletes from LCC

Lamar Rotary Hosts International Student-Athletes from LCC

    Lamar Rotary hosted four Lamar Community College students who are finishing their final year of study at the college before venturing on to a new segment of their educational careers following May graduation ceremonies. Dr. Linda Lujan, Rotary President and President of Lamar Community College, introduced the four young women during a rotary […]

Riding into a New Season

Riding into a New Season

  Tuesday, March 19th, was the last day of winter and with temperatures in the upper 50’s it was a perfect time to take a brand new bicycle out for a spin on the brand new Lamar Loop. A group of middle and high school students from Lamar joined with Byron Hall, President of the […]

HOPE Center Closing for Summer Renovations

HOPE Center Closing for Summer Renovations

  Lori Hammer, Executive Director of the HOPE Center at Lincoln School on North 10th Street in Lamar, told Coalition members this past Monday, the Center will be “closed up tight” through the summer to allow needed renovations to take place.  Danny Tinnes, RE-2 School Board member, also attended the meeting. “We’re not exactly sure […]

City Honors Local Wrestling Champs

City Honors Local Wrestling Champs

  Mayor Roger Stagner presented two young residents with Keys to the City at the outset of the City Council meeting on Monday, March 11th. High school freshman, Crystalyn Felan had her accomplishment entered into the record books with her first place finish in the first-ever sanctioned Colorado High School Girls State Wrestling Tournament held […]

Elks Honor the February Students of the Month

Elks Honor the February Students of the Month

February’s students of the month represent those values, beliefs, actions and a dedication in becoming something great. This desire to succeed celebrates the achievement of these individuals. The Lamar Elks are proud to embrace these traditions through a dinner and recognizing the students for their efforts. The students of the month for February are: Diego […]

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, […]

LCC Hosts SE Colorado Regional Science Fair

LCC Hosts SE Colorado Regional Science Fair

    Close to 90 elementary, junior high and high school students took part in the annual Southeast Regional Science Fair, at the Lamar Community College Wellness Center, Wednesday, February 27. Students stood by their science displays on the gym floor, explaining to regional judges, the content of their science project and what was their […]

Council Taking Steps for Future Outdoor Projects.

Council Taking Steps for Future Outdoor Projects.

      The Lamar City Council unanimously ratified an earlier phone poll for permission to apply for a $90,000 grant from the Colorado Health Foundation. The action was taken during the Monday night Council meeting on February 25th.  The funds will help defray costs with the Nature Play Center to be built at Willow […]

Prowers County Commissioners OK Fairground Use

Prowers County Commissioners OK Fairground Use

    Several organizations were granted waivers for use of the Prowers County Fairgrounds for their scheduled events in 2019. The Prowers County Commissioners approved the rental of the fairgrounds for the annual Sand and Sage Roundup set for August 3rd through the 10th this year.  Axel Thurner, representing the Vaqueros Saddle Club and the […]

LCC Planning a New Construction Phase on Campus Buildings

LCC Planning a New Construction Phase on Campus Buildings

LCC Planning a New Construction Phase on Campus Buildings   Lamar Community College recently finalized a Facilities Master Plan as required every ten years by the state. LCC President, Dr. Linda Lujan, remarked to the Prowers County Commissioners, the college was aided in the project by an architect firm .The College needs a current FMP […]

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 […]

City Taking Steps to Move Storm Water off the Streets

City Taking Steps to Move Storm Water off the Streets

  The City of Lamar is seeking two $600,000 grants, one from a Community Development Block Grant and another from the Department of Local Affairs to help complete a storm water drainage improvement project. A $78,000 cash match from the city will bring the total cost of the project to $1,278,000.  The cash match has […]

Southeast Colorado Students Make Dean’s List at Fort Hays

Southeast Colorado Students Make Dean’s List at Fort Hays

  HAYS, Kan. – Local and area students from Colorado are among the 1,606 named by deans at Fort Hays State University, Hays, Kan., to the Deans Honor Roll for the fall 2018 semester. The Deans Honor Roll includes undergraduate students only. To be eligible, students must have completed 12 or more credit hours and […]