RSSArchive for September 22nd, 2017

Camp Amache, Sell or Keep? Granada Residents Receive Options on Benefits or Drawbacks

Camp Amache, Sell or Keep? Granada Residents Receive Options on Benefits or Drawbacks

Granada Trustees held an informal town meeting, Wednesday, September 20th, to lay out the options of selling Camp Amache to the National Park Service or trying to maintain it as is. There were about two dozen residents at the Complex to learn more about the issue. Mayor Glenn Otto presided over the meeting and laid […]

LCC Hosts Annual Career and College Day

LCC Hosts Annual Career and College Day

    Some students already have their career plans laid out and selected during a point in their college years, and others want to explore their options in the ever-expanding fields open to them. Lamar Community College offers all students information on how to pursue their goals with an annual Career Day, attended by a […]

SANTA FE TRAIL Route Added to Historic District

SANTA FE TRAIL Route Added to Historic District

  LA JUNTA, Colorado, September 20, 2017 – The U.S. Forest Service is delighted to announce the designation of the 210-acre Santa Fe Trail Mountain Route Trail – Iron Springs Vicinity National Historic District. It is located in Otero County, Colorado on the Comanche National Grassland and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. […]

Simmental Elects New Leaders, Present Honors

Simmental Elects New Leaders, Present Honors

  PUEBLO – Colorado Simmental adult and youth members elected leadership and honored volunteers during its annual meeting here. Robert Campbell of Ignacio, CO, and Mike Rains of Oakley, KS, were recognized with the traditional engraved cowbell as they retired from Colorado Simmental Association board service. Campbell had served 18 years in separate terms including […]

9/11 Tribute Offered New Events and Views

9/11 Tribute Offered New Events and Views

The 6th Annual 9/11 Tri State Tribute featured some notable first-time inclusions on Saturday, September 9th.  The parade’s Grand Marshall, Colonel Charles Jones, a former Air Force Astronaut, was honored in memoriam this year. He was a passenger on Flight 11, the first of the two hijacked airplanes that were flown into the Twin Towers […]

Lamar Library Posts Results from Cities and Towns Survey

Lamar Library Posts Results from Cities and Towns Survey

  NEWS RELEASE – Lamar 9-21-2017 What do the people of Lamar want? It appears to be to improve the lifestyle we have here, according to people who participated in the Lamar Public Library’s Outside the Lines activities during Cities and Towns week in September. The Library held a series of events ranging from a […]

Election Dates-/-Information on Voting

Election Dates-/-Information on Voting

MEDIA RELEASE – Prowers Clerk and Recorder ELECTION NEWS:  Ballots will start arriving in mailboxes the week of October 16th – 20th for the Coordinated Election, November 7, 2017.  Ballots will be sent to all active registered voters.  If you do not receive a ballot or you are not sure about your voter registration information, […]

LCC Invites Public for Lecture Hall Re-Opening

LCC Invites Public for Lecture Hall Re-Opening

Please join us as we host a Grand Reopening of our newly renovated lecture halls Thursday, September 28, from 5:30-8:00pm in the LCC Bowman Building.  This event is free and open to the public. The Grand Reopening will begin with refreshments at 5:30pm, during which time local history will be on display in the Bowman […]