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James E. Shuart…November 1, 1952 – June 2, 2021

James E. Shuart…November 1, 1952 – June 2, 2021

  A come and go memorial for former Lamar, Colorado resident, currently of Eads, Colorado will be held on Saturday, June 12, 2021 at 2:00PM at the Bristol United Methodist Church. A private inurnment will take place at a later date in Greenville, Texas. Per James’ request cremation will take place. James was born on […]

Memorial Day Observance Held at Tribute Memorial

Memorial Day Observance Held at Tribute Memorial

    With each passing year more elements to the 9-11 Memorial at the Big Timbers Museum are added thanks to the considerable donations from local and state contributors as well as those local residents and businesses who have contributed to its establishment and maintenance. This past rainy Memorial Day, three dozen residents were on […]

Springfield is one of Four Communities Receiving Revitalizing Main Streets Grants

Springfield is one of Four Communities Receiving Revitalizing Main Streets Grants

    STATEWIDE- As local businesses in Boulder and across the state enter the next phase of recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, the Colorado Department of Transportation and the City of Boulder came together on Thursday to recognize the positive impacts and enduring community value stemming from the Revitalizing Main Streets Program projects awarded and […]

Lamar Chamber of Commerce Job Fair Thursday, June 10

Lamar Chamber of Commerce Job Fair Thursday, June 10

    The Lamar Chamber of Commerce is hosting an open, in-person Job Fair in conjunction with Prowers Economic Prosperity and the Lamar Workforce Center this Thursday, June 10th from 9am to 1pm at the Lamar Eagles Lodge on South Main Street in Lamar. As the nation begins to emerge from the COVID-19 crisis, many […]

Colorado Continues Leading Hemp Industry, Submits Revised Hemp Management Plan

Colorado Continues Leading Hemp Industry, Submits Revised Hemp Management Plan

DENVER – Colorado submitted a revised Hemp Management Plan to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) this past Wednesday, June 2, 2021. Governor Jared Polis and Commissioner Kate Greenberg formally approved the plan, which builds upon the foundation of work and aligns to the Final Rule (FR). “I’m proud Colorado is home to a strong […]

Governor Polis Announces Winner of First $1 Million

Governor Polis Announces Winner of First $1 Million

Colorado Comeback Cash Vaccine Drawing  DENVER – Governor Polis announced the winner of the first $1 million Colorado Comeback Cash Vaccine Drawing. Sally Sliger, a healthcare worker and current resident of Mead in Weld County, is the first vaccinated Coloradan to win the drawing.  “Congratulations to Sally who is the first Colorado Comeback Cash Vaccine […]

June Is Workplace Safety Month In Colorado

June Is Workplace Safety Month In Colorado

  Ensure You Have Workers’ Compensation Insurance and Get Certified with the PCC Program June is National Safety Month, and the Division of Workers’ Compensation (a part of the Department of Labor and Employment) uses this annual focus on safety to stress the importance of workplace safety. Governor Polis has issued a proclamation declaring June […]