RSSArchive for April 21st, 2020

Polis Easing Some Social Distancing Restrictions

Polis Easing Some Social Distancing Restrictions

Gov. Polis Provides Update to Coloradans on State Response to COVID-19 DENVER – Today Governor Jared Polis discussed modeling data that shows how Coloradans are doing their part during the stay-at-home order and what next steps will look like as health and safety restrictions change in the coming days and weeks.  The Governor discussed new modeling […]

Marlene J. Grogan…November 28, 1940 – April 18, 2020

Marlene J. Grogan…November 28, 1940 – April 18, 2020

  Private graveside services will be held for Holly, Colorado resident, Marlene Grogan. Per Marlene’s request cremation has taken place and there will be no visitation. Marlene Joyce (Gentry) Grogan was born on November 28, 1940 in Toledo, Oregon to Ernest and Nora (Jarvis) Gentry. She passed away on April 18, 2020 in Holly, Colorado […]

SECED Qualifies for COVID Emergency EZ Business Support

SECED Qualifies for COVID Emergency EZ Business Support

  In less than three months, COVID-19 has made a significant impact on Colorado residents and our economy. Worse yet, it has made a detrimental impact in Southeast Colorado as most businesses have been affected, even before the health effects are seen region-wide. COVID-19 is expected to remain a destabilizing force in the months to […]

Lamar Community College Announces Alternate Plans for its 81st Annual Commencement Ceremony

Lamar Community College Announces Alternate Plans for its 81st Annual Commencement Ceremony

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Lamar, CO) – Despite hopes for one last gathering to celebrate student accomplishments, Lamar Community College has made the difficult decision to cancel in-person events through the end of May. This includes year-end LCC celebrations such as the 81st Annual Commencement Ceremony, the annual Antelope Night awards ceremony, and the Nursing Pinning […]