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The Trinidad Ladies Golf Club, celebrating a history dating to 1941, honored alumni members Kathy Hill, Shirley Compton, Chris Dasko, Virginia Anderson, Lina Chavez, Nina Barela, Paulette Skalko and Charlotte Givigliano at a luncheon held at the Trinidad Municipal Golf Course restaurant on T…

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Opened by Bent, St. Vrain & Company in 1833, Bent’s Old Fort became the most prominent spot on the Mountain Branch of the Santa Fe Trail. Until 1849, this huge adobe trading post, looking to some like a castle dropped onto the plains, served tribes, traders and travelers. William Bent ma…

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Family Dollar, on Freedom Rd. in Trinidad, will reopen Thursday after being “refreshed,” according to parent company Dollar Tree Inc.

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After three COVID-19 cases were found among students and staff within Aguilar Reorganized School District No. 6 the district health department told them to quarantine — instead out of an abundance of caution for student and staff health — the school district’s superintendent and the Aguilar …

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With strict social distancing restrictions in place last year, which prohibited most visitors from entering the school, Primero was able to open its doors to the community for the first time in 18 months at Back to School Night on Thursday, Aug. 19.

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The Paradox Beer Company Trinidad Outpost celebrated its ribbon cutting Wednesday, Sept. 15 — six months after opening its doors to the public in early-March — with members of the Trinidad & Las Animas County Chamber of Commerce coming down to its location at 316 N. Commercial Street. Live music for the event was provided by musician Kevin “Cosmico” Castro (front man and lead singer fo…

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