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  1. Nominations for Sat.’s Chenoweth award announced

    One of Trinidad’s top annual awards will be presented here Saturday night. The Trinidad-Las Animas County Chamber of Commerce is hosting this year’s Chenoweth Award Banquet and Valentine’s Day dance on Saturday, February 13, from 5:30 p.m. until 11 p.m. The event will be held at the Holiday Inn & Suites banquet room, located at 3130 Santa Fe Trail Drive.  
  2. “Perspectives” photography art show featured at Gallery Main

    Not very long ago, becoming a photographer required film, fancy cameras and extensive training.  Nowadays, anyone with a smart phone can shoot nice digital photos, needing no more expertise than the ability to aim a phone and press a button.
  3. Unemployment continues decline statewide

    The Colorado Department of Labor recently released their monthly report on Colorado’s employment situation. Again, Colorado’s unemployment numbers, this time by one-tenth of a percentage point in December to 3.5 percent.
  4. New LED lights brighten up City

    City Power and Light Department crews have been on the job installing new and more cost efficient lighting on streets and in public areas throughout Trinidad. Designed to save money on the City’s hefty power bills, the project has also suffused the City with a different kind of light.
  5. Apogaea: Official Burning Man event set for June 9-12

    A yearly arts and music festival, Apogaea, is planning to move to land owned by Glenn Moltrer near Valdez, 15 miles west of Trinidad. The festival is scheduled for June 9-12.
  6. Board renews Trinidad Ambulance District license

    The Las Animas County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved a resolution supporting the approval of the license renewal application of the Trinidad Ambulance District (TAD) for 2016 at Tuesday’s Board meeting. Before giving their approval, Commissioners had a few questions about emergency response times in the more isolated areas of the County, and TAD’s Director, Dan Moynihan, supplied the answers.
  7. Raton man to face federal charges for assault of postal carrier from Trinidad

    Federal authorities announced the arrest of a Raton man on Tuesday for his alleged role in assaulting a U.S. Postal Service (USPS) letter carrier on Jan. 20, 2016. U.S. Attorney Damon P. Martinez and Inspector in Charge Keith Fixel of the Phoenix Division of the USPS announced the arrest of Cody Martinez, 29, of Raton, on a criminal complaint charging with assault of a federal employee. 
  8. HTA celebrates National School Choice Week

    The students at Holy Trinity Academy seemed fully engaged in the excitement at their school Friday, having just finished a rousing dance routine before tucking into a hearty meal on the final day of activities celebrating National School Choice Week in classic Trinidad style. Held each January, National School Choice Week (NSCW) shines a light on educational options for children. 

Dan Moynihan, Emergency Medical Services Chief, stands beside the Trinidad Ambulance District’s newest ambulance, which was acquired last October.

 

Board renews Trinidad Ambulance District license

The Las Animas County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved a resolution supporting the approval of the license renewal application of the Trinidad Ambulance District (TAD) for 2016 at Tuesday’s Board meeting. Before giving their approval, Commissioners had a few questions about emerge…

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Nominations for Sat.’s Chenoweth award announced

One of Trinidad’s top annual awards will be presented here Saturday night. The Trinidad-Las Animas County Chamber of Commerce is hosting this year’s Chenoweth Award Banquet and Valentine’s Day dance on Saturday, February 13, from 5:30 p.m. until 11 p.m. The event will be held at the Holiday Inn & Suites banquet room, located at 3130 Santa Fe Trail Drive.  

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