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Minnick and Boero lead LCC to fourth place finish in Torrington

Minnick and Boero lead LCC to fourth place finish in Torrington

The Lamar Community College men’s golf team finished in fourth place this past weekend in Region IX play hosted by Eastern Wyoming College. The Lopes totaled a two-day score of 637, led by Jeremy Minnick and Facundo Boero. Minnick finished the tournament tied for sixth place with a score of 152 (80-72), just six strokes […]

LCC’s Hicks and Klassen place at Casper College Rodeo

LCC’s Hicks and Klassen place at Casper College Rodeo

Lopes Rodeo returns from weekend competition at Casper College with two top ten finishers, Kadyn Hick and Jalisa Klassen. Sophomore Kadyn Hicks led the men’s team with a second place finish in steer wrestling.   He finished with a time of 9.8, just .1 second behind the first-place finisher.  He moved to ninth place in the […]

Sand Creek Massacre Celebrates 10th Anniversary

Sand Creek Massacre Celebrates 10th Anniversary

Superintendent Alexa Roberts and staff invite you to join in celebrating the 10th Anniversary of Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site (NHS). The park was dedicated on April 28, 2007 in order to enhance cultural understanding by educating the public about the Sand Creek Massacre. A series of free events is scheduled to mark this milestone […]

LCC Expands Recent ESL Course Offerings

LCC Expands Recent ESL Course Offerings

Partnership with HPCHC, SCDC helps LCC provide ESL courses at no cost to the student For the past two semesters, Lamar Community College has partnered to offer evening English as a Second Language (ESL) courses at no cost to English language learners.  The fall course introduced English to community members whose primary or only language […]

Sand Creek Massacre NHS Seeks Volunteers

Sand Creek Massacre NHS Seeks Volunteers

Do you enjoy learning and sharing history? Are you looking to enhance your public speaking abilities? Do you have a desire to work on behalf of the National Park Service? As the National Park Service enters its second century, sites around the country are looking to recruit more volunteers to meet increasing visitation. Sand Creek […]

Sand Creek Massacre Celebrates 10th Anniversary

Sand Creek Massacre Celebrates 10th Anniversary

Superintendent Alexa Roberts and staff invite you to join in celebrating the 10th Anniversary of Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site (NHS). The park was dedicated on April 28, 2007 in order to enhance cultural understanding by educating the public about the Sand Creek Massacre. A series of free events is scheduled to mark this […]

AVWPE Announces 19th Season Concert of Honor

AVWPE Announces 19th Season Concert of Honor

ARKANSAS VALLEY WIND & PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE MAIN STREET RINGERS VALLEY JAZZ ENSEMBLE ANNOUNCES 19TH SEASON CONCERT OF HONOR AVWPE, the premier and widely respected community band in Southeastern Colorado, celebrates it’s 19th season in 2017-2018.  To further celebrate the current concert season, a special CONCERT OF HONOR will be held Tuesday, April 25, 2017, at the Lamar […]

Denver Water Lawyer to Share Message of Cooperation

Denver Water Lawyer to Share Message of Cooperation

Water agreements are always tricky, a matter of give and take. Most importantly, they require cooperation. That’s the message Patricia Wells, general counsel for Denver Water, will bring to the Arkansas River Basin Water Forum when she kicks off the second day of the forum on April 27 at Hotel Elegante, 2886 S. Circle Drive, […]

Free Interpretive Program at Bent’s New Fort Site

Free Interpretive Program at Bent’s New Fort Site

After abandoning his old post near present day La Junta in 1849, famed trader William Bent eventually moved east and built a new trading post on a bluff overlooking the Arkansas River in 1853. Bent’s New Fort, which played a pivotal role in shaping the American West, will be the topic of a free interpretive […]

Lamar Community College renews Three for Two Promotion

Lamar Community College renews Three for Two Promotion

After a successful first year in 2016, the Three for Two promotion will return to Lamar Community College this summer. Through this program, students may enroll in nine or more credits and receive a tuition-only scholarship for up to $410.70, a scholarship equal to three resident on-campus credits.  For many, this will mean that when […]

Today Begins National Push to Tackle Distracted Driving

Today Begins National Push to Tackle Distracted Driving

STATEWIDE—When you drive on any road or highway, there’s one thing you’re almost certain to see: distracted drivers. To encourage all drivers to be aware of their digital addiction and drop the distraction, the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) and Colorado State Patrol are joining in a national effort to recognize April as National Distracted […]

Boating is Underway in Many Colorado Lakes and Reservoirs with Some Changes Expected

Boating is Underway in Many Colorado Lakes and Reservoirs with Some Changes Expected

Boating is underway in many Colorado lakes and reservoirs; some changes expected due to reduced funding for watercraft inspection stations to prevent invasive species DENVER – As ice comes off the lakes and reservoirs, many opened to boating on March 1 and several more will follow in April and May. Colorado Parks and Wildlife has […]

Roseleah Susan Sherman - July 20, 1977- March 3, 2017

Roseleah Susan Sherman – July 20, 1977- March 3, 2017

July 20, 1977- March 3, 2017 Roseleah Susan Sherman (Metsala) passed away suddenly in Lamar, Colorado on March 3, 2017. Viewing, Mass, and Burial were held at Mt. Olivet Cemetery and Mortuary in Wheat Ridge, Colorado on March 9, 2017. She was a current resident of Lamar, and is survived by her daughter in California […]

Executive Director Kim Hunter Reed Embarks on Colorado Campus Tours

Executive Director Kim Hunter Reed Embarks on Colorado Campus Tours

DENVER – March 13, 2017: Dr. Kim Hunter Reed, Executive Director of the Colorado Department of Higher Education kicks off a public campus tour this week with a first stop to the Colorado School of Mines in Golden. Reed plans to visit all Colorado public institutions of higher education in the coming months, where she’ll […]

Walk a Mile in Her Shoes set for April 22

Walk a Mile in Her Shoes set for April 22

Teams, sponsors invited to participate in event to benefit Domestic Safety Resource Center (Lamar, Colorado; March 20, 2017) Lamar Community College and the Domestic Safety Resource Center (DSRC) will be hosting a Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event to be held on April 22, 2017, from 10am-noon. As the old saying goes, “you can’t […]