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Local veterans helped cook Memorial Day breakfast on Monday, May 31 at Ft. Wootton in Trinidad for a hearty meal that was served to first responders, veterans and their families. Seen here (L-R) are Bill Phillips, Joseph Martinez, Jerry Renner, Nash Gutierrez, Pat Sandoval and Ron Cruz. Also…

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Memorial Day is a time for remembrance and honor, a time to pause and show respect for all the service members who made the ultimate sacrifice for this country. It is a time to remember those who served the United States of America in all wars since the American Revolution and to remember an…

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The historic Fox West Theatre finds itself one step further on the road to renewed glory after the completion of hazardous abatement work late last month as part of its rehabilitation and revitalization process.  

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Trinidad Police Department responded to just over 360 calls for service between Wednesday, May 5 and Wednesday, May 12.

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Trinidad Police Department responded to about the same number of calls as last week with a little more than 350 calls for service between Tuesday, April 20 and Tuesday, April 27 including a hit and run, drugs and graffiti. The Las Animas County Sheriff’ s Office was involved with 89 incident…

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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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