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County Clerk and Recorder Peach Vigil slammed back in a her black office chair and exhaled skyward, signifying deep exhaustion, after reading the 2020 unofficial election results for Las Animas County and accepting a high-five from the off-screen shoulder of Chief Deputy Joseph Mestas.   

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On Friday, Oct. 30, state legislators and Fishers Peak State Park stakeholders gathered to cut the ribbon opening the first official public access trail, a small “sneak-peak” of the yet unfinished park.

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On Thursday, Oct. 22 bicyclists, bicycle industry professionals, Trinidad State Junior College (TSJC) staff, and other enthusiasts gathered in the TSJC outdoor pit next to the Berg Building to hear several presenters regarding economic development in the Trinidad area with a focus on bicycli…

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Friday, Oct. 9 kicked off the 2020 fall football season for Trinidad, La Veta/Aguilar and Branson/Kim. After months of back and forth between the Colorado High School Athletics Association (CHSAA), Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) and Gov. Polis, football found it…

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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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Last week, the City of Trinidad completed the installation of five pitched music instruments near the baseball field at Central Park. The original idea for the instruments came about after a coincidental meeting between Main Street Board President Penny Saeedi and the group that makes the in…

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On Friday, Nov. 6, NV Creative Designs in Trinidad installed the new sign for Main Street Live, formerly Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre, with the organization pivoting slightly, only expanding on the original vision of bringing quality performances to town, both foreign and domestic. With a passion to keep live performances alive, Main Street Live is ready to provide local residents a…

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