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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 […]

Payton Rae Arbuthnot Named Good Citizen of Springfield High School

Payton Rae Arbuthnot Named Good Citizen of Springfield High School

  Payton Rae Arbuthnot, daughter of Clinton and Jenna Arbuthnot, was the Good Citizen chosen for Springfield High School. Payton has excelled academically receiving the Presidential Award for Academic Excellence and All A’s Honor Roll (2017-2021). She attended the Bioengineering Opportunities and Leadership Training Camp at Anschutz Medical Campus her junior year. Besides being active […]

Cadence Kain Zordel Named Good Citizen for Wiley High School

Cadence Kain Zordel Named Good Citizen for Wiley High School

  Cadence Kain Zordel, son of Sam and Candace Zordel, is the Good Citizen from Wiley High School. Cade is a member of the National Honors Society, the FCCLA Chapter, serves on the Student Council and is Headboy while participating in football, wrestling, track and baseball. Over the years Cade has been employed as a […]

Yancie Lea Franklin Named Good Citizen from Campo High School

Yancie Lea Franklin Named Good Citizen from Campo High School

  Yancie Lea Franklin, daughter of Jason and Christy Franklin was named Good Citizen from Campo High School. Yancie Franklin excelled in everything Campo has to offer. She ultimately held the office of President in Student Council and Friends of Rachel’s Club. Yancie also participated in Youth Advisory Council, drama, athletics and choir. Her greatest […]

Mollie Marie Kelley Named Good Citizen of Eads High School

Mollie Marie Kelley Named Good Citizen of Eads High School

        Mollie Marie Kelley, daughter of Paul and Shawn Kelley was awarded Good Citizen from Eads High School. During her Senior Year she was president of her class and FBLA plus served as a FBLA District 7 Officer. Mollie held the position of captain on the Eads Cheer Team while serving on […]

Southeast Colorado Good Citizens Recognized

Southeast Colorado Good Citizens Recognized

  Good Citizens from area schools are recognized for the 2020-2021 school year. Those senior students selected from their high school are: Yancy Lea Franklin, Campo High School; Mollie Marie Kelley, Eads High School; Jonathan Ian Rink, Granada High School; Sage Ann Higbee, Lamar High School; Kieley Lynn Stegman, Pritchett High School; Payton Rae Arbuthnot, […]

DAR State Regent to Visit Lamar

DAR State Regent to Visit Lamar

Jeannine Angle Dobbins, State Regent Colorado State Society, NSDAR will be visiting Southeast Colorado on Saturday, March 2, 2019 at the Third Street Nest in Lamar. The Fort William Bent Chapter and the La Junta Chapter along with invited guests will be in attendance to hear her program ‘Treasures in the DAR Basement’. The program […]

County Lending Support to Historic Marker Upgrade-Properties Planned for Upgrades in 2018

County Lending Support to Historic Marker Upgrade-Properties Planned for Upgrades in 2018

    Julie Sumpter, of the Fort William Bent Chapter of DAR, Connie Jacobson and Big Timbers Museum Curator, Kathleen Scranton, met with the commissioners to discuss relocating the Santa Fe Trail Marker on Highway 287, about a quarter mile south of the Museum. Sumpter cited a number of reasons for the planned move to […]