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As part of Mt. San Rafael Hospital’s facility renovation project, the time has come to address the parking lot. Beginning Monday, August 17, the large parking lot, which provides direct access to the main hospital entrance, will temporarily be closed while a new parking lot, with more spaces… Read more

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DAR daughters are shining brightly. When the opportunity was given to bring books to the October State Conference, the Santa Fe Trail Chapter had the idea of trying to get a collection of books to their own local area as soon as possible.  

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On Friday, Trinidad School District No. 1 Superintendent Dr. Bonnie Aaron issued a press release announcing the district would be commencing the fall semester beginning on September 8 via remote-learning citing continued concerns regarding COVID-19 and guidance from the Las Animas/Huerfano C…

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While the school year came to a close in May, our principals, teachers and staff have not experienced a defined “summer break” as planning unfolds with new protocols for the 2020-2021 school year. As you can imagine, there is much detail, reflection, consideration and unanticipated expense a…

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For the past decade plus three years, Director of Planning and Development Kim Lucero has successfully managed the Mt. San Rafael Golf Tournament held at the Trinidad Municipal Golf Course last Friday, Aug. 7. Eighteen teams of four players per team (72 golfers) hacked their way to infamy.

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Friday, August 7, was the last day of the Trinidad School District No. 1’s free Summer Lunch Program. On the last day, the students received a Summer Craft Bag filled with school supplies and crafts. The summer craft bags, nicknamed Boredom Buster Bags, were assembled and donated by the members of the Trinidad Kiwanis whose motto is “Serving the children of the world.” Pictured (L-R) are W…

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