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Bent’s Old Fort National Historic Site managers will be presenting a public meeting on Tuesday, May 25, at the Bent County Community Center, located at 1214 Ambassador Thompson Boulevard in Las Animas. The meeting is scheduled from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. The purpose of the meeting is to gain in…

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Electric vehicle motorists will soon have a shorter distance between charging stations on the I-25 corridor with the unveiling of the first “DC Fast Chargers” in Huerfano County.

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Each month, Primero’s teachers, administration, and staff select students from the various grade levels to recognize as Students of the Month. Primero’s Students of the Month are selected based on outstanding attendance, stellar grades, and diligent work ethic. These students serve as role m…

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The State of Colorado updated its vaccination information dashboard recently to include the percentage of residents that have received at least one dose and both doses of COVID-19 vaccine at the county level. As of Tuesday, the data indicated 36 percent of Las Animas County residents have be…

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John Wesley Anderson, a man people may remember from his 2016 presentation on “Native American Prayer Trees,” plans to speak virtually April 17 at 10 a.m. for a second talk about the phenomenon for Carnegie Library of Trinidad, yet Native American tribes have taken issue with Anderson’s claims.

Funeral homes often submit obituaries as a service to the families they are assisting. However, we will be happy to accept obituaries from family members pending proper verification of the death.

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J.D. Morris (above left at left), director of safety for New Elk Mine, talks to Lorenzo Trujillo (right), a potential recruit for the mining operation in Weston, Colorado, during a public meet and greet held at Mt. Carmel Wellness Center Wednesday, July 7. Morris said he has had about 150 text applicants over the last two weeks. Trujillo, whose father was a local miner, said he is interest…

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