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Lower Rates on Utility Bills for Lamar Customers Noted in City Council Meeting

Lower Rates on Utility Bills for Lamar Customers Noted in City Council Meeting

      The Lamar City Council, during its January 14th meeting offered council liaison reports which noted from Councilman Riley that the Municipal Airport is beginning work on an updated Master Plan for 2019 and will be seeking federal funding for upgrades. The airport board is still seeking permission from the FAA for a […]

3rd Annual SCALE Event Set for LCC

3rd Annual SCALE Event Set for LCC

  Lamar Community College and CSU Southeast Area Agronomy are providing a great day of FREE information on Friday, February 8th for producers and those interested in agriculture at the 3rd Annual Southeast Crops and Livestock Expo at the LCC Wellness Center from 8am to 3pm. The day features Colorado State University College of Agricultural […]

LCC Announces Winter Holiday Closures

LCC Announces Winter Holiday Closures

(Lamar, Colorado; December 17, 2018) Lamar Community College’s fall semester has officially come to an end and the holidays are near. The LCC campus will be closed starting Tuesday, December 25, and will reopen on Wednesday, January 2, 2019, so that faculty and staff can spend time with their families. Certain departments on campus will […]

CSU Offers Farm Assessments for Solar Energy (FASE) Program

CSU Offers Farm Assessments for Solar Energy (FASE) Program

  FORT COLLINS, COLORADO. Colorado State University’s Rural Energy Center is offering free economic feasibility assessments for Colorado farms interested in learning their cost-benefit for use of solar energy. The Center has already conducted feasibility assessments for 30 irrigated farms and 10 feedlots and has just expanded the program to greenhouses and dairies as well. […]

Sanchez Returns to SBDC

Sanchez Returns to SBDC

The Southeast Colorado Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is pleased to announce the return of Cheryl Sanchez as a SBDC Consultant for Prowers, Baca, and Kiowa Counties. Sanchez served as both SBDC Director and LCC Business faculty in 2000 – 2001 before becoming a full-time faculty member. She eventually retired from LCC as the Vice […]

LCC announces Thanksgiving holiday closures

LCC announces Thanksgiving holiday closures

  (Lamar, Colorado; November 13, 2018)  With the Thanksgiving holiday quickly approaching, Lamar Community College has several closures and schedule adjustments to announce. All of campus will be closed on Thursday, November 22, for Thanksgiving Day. Friday, November 23, has also been designated as a Governor’s Holiday for state employees; for this, most of LCC […]

Vilas team takes top honors at LCC Knowledge Bowl

Vilas team takes top honors at LCC Knowledge Bowl

  (Lamar, Colorado; November 8, 2018) The Vilas High School A-team won top honors and the traveling trophy at the Knowledge Bowl hosted at Lamar Community College on Friday, November 2. With an overall score of 76 points, the Vilas team toppled Lamar High School, who had won the event for the past three years […]

PEP Offers Incentive Loan for Proposed Packing Company

PEP Offers Incentive Loan for Proposed Packing Company

    Prowers Economic Prosperity (PEP) board members voted unanimously to loan $20,000 to Prairieland Packing, LLC of Wiley to help fund the development of a meat packing operation in that community.  The action was taken during their monthly meeting on Tuesday, November 6th at the Lamar Truck Plaza restaurant. The loan is offered on […]

Colorado Division of Criminal Justice Publishes Report on Impacts of Marijuana Legalization in Colorado, Part Two

Colorado Division of Criminal Justice Publishes Report on Impacts of Marijuana Legalization in Colorado, Part Two

        (LAKEWOOD, Colo., Oct. 26, 2018) – The Colorado Division of Criminal Justice Office of Research and Statistics today released “Impacts on Marijuana Legalization in Colorado,” a report that compiles and analyzes data on marijuana-related topics including crime, impaired driving, hospitalizations and ER visits, usage rates, effects on youth, and more.  This […]

Successful Evening for Moonlight Madness, More Halloween to Come

Successful Evening for Moonlight Madness, More Halloween to Come

    A warm October evening and a variety of new presentations helped bring a large gathering to downtown Lamar for the annual Retail Merchants, Moonlight Madness, Thursday, October 25th.  This year’s theme was ‘Dancing with the Stars’. The Shore Arts Center Pocket Park was filled with relatives and attendees who watched several dance routines […]

Art, Craft & Food Festival returns to LCC on November 10

Art, Craft & Food Festival returns to LCC on November 10

      (Lamar, Colorado; October 8, 2018) Lamar Community College’s 44th Annual Art, Craft & Food Festival will bring a wide range of holiday shopping options to southeast Colorado on Saturday, November 10, 2018.  With nearly 60 vendors registered for the event, this is a great opportunity for people to shop local and support […]

LCC Foundation to host annual Boots, Bling & Blessings on October 20

LCC Foundation to host annual Boots, Bling & Blessings on October 20

  (Lamar, Colorado; October 8, 2018) Lamar Community College Foundation is making final preparations for its second annual Boots, Bling & Blessings celebration on Saturday, October 20, at 6:00pm in the LCC Equine Complex. Raising $25,000 for the Foundation and LCC’s students, last year’s event proved to be both productive and thoroughly enjoyable. Foundation Board […]

Lopes Rodeo to host Antelope Stampede October 5-7

Lopes Rodeo to host Antelope Stampede October 5-7

      (Lamar, Colorado; September 25, 2018) The Lamar Community College Rodeo team will host its annual Antelope Stampede on October 5 through 7 at the Prowers County Sand & Sage Fairgrounds. Fourteen teams from throughout Colorado, Wyoming, and Nebraska will compete over three days with performances at 6:00 pm on Friday, 2:00 pm […]

Latino Heritage Live!  - Fred Blanco Portrays Cesar Chavez

Latino Heritage Live! – Fred Blanco Portrays Cesar Chavez

      Acclaimed Los Angeles-based actor and scholar Fred Blanco will present the one-man show “The Stories of Cesar Chavez” on Tuesday, October 9th at 7pm at Lamar Community College, 2401 South Main Street, Bowman Building, Room 139. Blanco’s dramatic portrayal of Cesar Chavez, one of the most inspirational and influential civil rights leaders […]

LCC Ribbon Cutting Held for Learning Garden Dedication

LCC Ribbon Cutting Held for Learning Garden Dedication

    The new Learning Garden, set on the open campus of Lamar Community College, just west of the Betz Technology Center, was dedicated Thursday, September 20th, with an official ribbon cutting and presentation of two ag education-oriented scholarships to LCC students. Dr. Linda Lujan, LCC President, introduced guests, Jim Fricke, Executive Director of the […]