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Cow Palace Inn Closing Doors Pending Investor Restructuring

Cow Palace Inn Closing Doors Pending Investor Restructuring

    The Cow Palace Inn in Lamar has temporarily closed its doors, pending financing for a remodeling job under a new franchise. Owner, Doug Thrall told The Prowers Journal, a dozen employees were given notice on Thursday, September 5th as both the restaurant and the motel will be closed until further notice.  Following its […]

Reorganization Vote Held for the Lamar Utility Board

Reorganization Vote Held for the Lamar Utility Board

    The Lamar Utility Board conducted a reorganization of the board, voting for and appointing members to specific posts during their regular August 13th meeting.  The action was called for due to a continued vacant seat for one board member and the re-appointment of Doug Thrall to the board after his regular term expired.  […]

July 19th was Light Plant Peak Energy Demand

July 19th was Light Plant Peak Energy Demand

  Lamar Light Plant Superintendent, Houssin Hourieh presented the board with the June, 2019 financial report showing few significant changes to the balance sheet with cash down $81,026 from May and accounts receivable increased by $158,047. He attributed a portion of the decline to a cooler than expected June and lower irrigation usage. Despite the […]

Lamar Utility Board Approves Resolution on Damage Prevention Safety Program

Lamar Utility Board Approves Resolution on Damage Prevention Safety Program

    The Lamar Utility Board voted in favor of Resolution 19-06-01 during their regular meeting, Tuesday, June 25th, which delegates to the Safety Commission of the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment, Division of Oil and Public Safety, its damage prevention safety program as it pertains to Underground Damage Prevention during future excavations.  The […]

Search Resumes for New LUB Member

Search Resumes for New LUB Member

Pat Leonard became a member of the Lamar Utility Board two weeks ago, but with the recent resignation of Howard Hobbes due to health reasons, the board has resumed its search to find another replacement. Hobbes submitted his resignation effective September 23, and until a full membership has been reached, the board will not be […]

LUB Considers Finances, New Members and Donations

LUB Considers Finances, New Members and Donations

Lamar Utility Board members discussed aspects of Light Plant finance during their meeting on Tuesday, August 23rd.  The slim agenda covered the July financial report as well as the System Operating report, a brief overview of the pending 2017 budget and the three applications received for board membership, to replace former member Rick Beard. Light Plant […]

PCDI Annual Business Meeting Set for March 29

PCDI Annual Business Meeting Set for March 29

Prowers County Development Incorporated will hold a scaled-down annual meeting on Tuesday evening, March 29th at the Rodeway Cow Palace Inn at 7pm. Traditionally the annual meeting offered a banquet and a featured speaker, but as there is no executive director at this time, it was decided to hold a brief business meeting which will […]