RSSArchive for February 5th, 2021

Police Investigate Shots Fired at Lamar Car Wash

Police Investigate Shots Fired at Lamar Car Wash

    Lamar Police and the Colorado State Patrol responded to a report of shot(s) having been fired at the Double K Car Wash at 300 East Olive Street in Lamar on Friday afternoon, February 5th. Police are still at the scene at this time, but no details have been released at this early point […]

Prowers County Rates Yellow Level for COVID-19 Restrictions

Prowers County Rates Yellow Level for COVID-19 Restrictions

Prowers County Dial Change February 5, 2021 – Effective Saturday February 6, 2021 at 9:00 am, Prowers County will move to Level Yellow on the COVID-19 Dial.  The changes can be viewed in detail at covid19.colorado.gov. Highlights: RESTAURANTS: 50% capacity or 50 people (we have no restaurants large enough to go to 150 with the […]

Colorado Missing Persons Day—February 4, 2021

Colorado Missing Persons Day—February 4, 2021

    (February 4, 2021—CBI—Lakewood, CO)— Although Colorado’s Missing Persons Day will look a little different this year, the Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) will honor more than *600 individuals currently missing for more than a year in the State of Colorado. This year, the CBI invites families to visit the Bureau’s website to view […]

Colorado to Commemorate Bicentennial of the Santa Fe Trail Throughout 2021

Colorado to Commemorate Bicentennial of the Santa Fe Trail Throughout 2021

  Efforts Aim to Bring Visitors to Canyons & Plains Region   February 5, 2021 — Two hundred years ago, the Santa Fe Trail was America’s first international highway. Merchants traveled through what is now Colorado, including Prowers County, to trade goods between the United States and Mexico. Today, organizers of the bicentennial commemoration are […]

Thomas E. Kesterson…November 21, 1947 – February 1, 2021

  A memorial service for longtime Lamar resident, Thomas E. Kesterson will be held at 11:00AM on Tuesday, February 9, 2021 at the Peacock Family Chapel with Pastor Paul Floyd of the High Plains Fellowship Church officiating. Per Thomas’ request cremation will take place. Thomas was born on November 21, 1947 at Pueblo, Colorado to […]

Paul Frank…October 3, 1939 – January 23, 2021

Paul Frank…October 3, 1939 – January 23, 2021

  Montezuma – The youngest child of Edward and Elizabeth Frank, Paul Leroy Frank, was born at home in rural Haskell County on October 3, 1939. He departed this life on the evening of January 23, 2021 at St. Catherine Hospital in Garden City. He was eighty-one years old. He remained young at heart to […]

Sage Ann Higbee Named Good Citizen of Lamar High School

Sage Ann Higbee Named Good Citizen of Lamar High School

  Sage Ann Higbee, daughter of Donald and Angie Higbee is the DAR Good Citizen for Lamar High School. Sage serves as president of the Student Council and the Bully-Prevention Committee. She is a member of the National Honor Society, Phi Theta Kappa and the Lamar High School NoteAbles where she created dances for the […]

Jonathan Ian Rink Named Good Citizen of Granada High School

Jonathan Ian Rink Named Good Citizen of Granada High School

    Jonathan Ian Rink, son of Kevin and Charity Rink, was named Good Citizen from Granada High School. Jonathan maintains the Superintendent Honor Roll while participating in football, basketball, baseball Knowledge Bowl and serving as class president. He was designated as Gifted and Talented (2016-2018). Jonathan has received the Presidential Award, Journalism Award in […]

Kieley Lynn Stegman Named Good Citizen of Pritchett High School

Kieley Lynn Stegman Named Good Citizen of Pritchett High School

  Kieley Lynn Stegman, daughter of Marcus and Jozy Stegman was named Good Citizen of Pritchett High School. Kieley is active in her school and community. She participates in basketball, volleyball and track. Kieley is a member of the National Honors Society, Friends of Rachel’s Club and serves as the Student Council President. Her dedication […]