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The district health department confirmed 178 new cases of COVID-19 and another death due to the virus in Las Animas County on Monday morning, Jan. 4. An outbreak at Trinidad Correctional Facility also logged 188 new active cases (some of which were logged into the county’s overall numbers) a…

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According to a report from Lakewood Police Department, on Dec. 30, police arrested 51-year-old Karl Aaron Bemish in Trinidad on suspicion of committing first degree murder in Lakewood, Co.

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On Dec. 23, the City of Trinidad announced a $500,000 COVID-19 relief package that will span into 2021 in support of Trinidad businesses and residents who have been affected by the pandemic.

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Positive cases of COVID-19 have steadily come in from the Las Animas and Huerfano County Health Department with another update on October 12 stating Las Animas County had 15 active cases and Huerfano County had four active.

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On Wednesday, Sept 30 The Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) issued a press release announcing that Colorado State Patrol (CSP) had requested assistance from CBI after a 66-year old male had been pronounced deceased following being taken into custody for an alleged DUI.

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Trinidad residents woke up to freezing temps and icy snow flurries over the weekend, which made for some beautiful photographs.  How long winter will clutch the area in its frigid grasp is anyone’s guess, but the weatherman was saying on Friday that it might hang around until the middle of the week.

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