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Crews Field at the Raton Municipal Airport will receive $13,000 in COVID-19 relief grants with funding being made available by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) through the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriation Act (CRRSAA) that Congress passed in late December 2020.

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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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On July 28, Raton City Manager Scott Berry announced that Anthony Burk had been appointed Fire Chief of the Raton Fire and Emergency Services Department and Dusty Russell appointed as Emergency Medical Services Director. The appointment of Chief Burk began on July 29 following the retirement…

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Despite the challenges of the recent COVID-19 pandemic, organizers of the 2020 Santa Fe Trail Rendezvous were given the green light to hold the annual event at the NRA Whittington Center southwest of Raton during the week of June 14-20, celebrating the same resilient spirit of the original m…

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Holy Trinity Academy held its 2021 awards ceremony Friday, May 21 at the Sebastaini Gym with parents, teachers and school board members in attendance. Teachers presented their students with various awards for their achievements this year. The school did not have any high school graduates for 2021. Pictured (L-R) are Briele Robinson, Gianna Mitacek, Logan Montano and Vinnie Tebedo.

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