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With Colorado continuing efforts to reopen a once thriving tourism economy, vacation planning is far more difficult now than in the recent past. Not only are people considering where they want to go, they also have to consider where they can go, and if anything will even be open when they ge…

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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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The Las Animas Huerfano Counties District Health Department said Wednesday that they had received confirmation that an eighth Las Animas County resident has tested positive for COVID-19.

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On Wednesday, June 10 Temple Aaron, the oldest continually operating Jewish Synagogue in Colorado, presented a virtual tour of the premise via Zoom, an online meeting platform, and shared a bit about the history of the structure along with plans for the future. People from Los Angeles to Hon…

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On Monday, June 8 Trinidad City Council met for a work session and among other agenda items, discussed the possibility of allowing cannabis consumption lounges within the city limits. In the past, council had expressed concern with acting too quickly in adopting House Bill 1230, which allows…

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Trinidad Walmart recently acknowledged 12 employees who are part of the 2020 high school graduating class last Friday, May 29. This year, seeing how the Senior Class of 2020 didn’t get much pomp and circumstance, Walmart centers across America decided to do something special for their employ…

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On a recent trek up West Spanish Peak Trail to Cordova Pass, local residents Sharon Sorenson and Ernie Parker happened upon this big guy making the most of a beautiful Colorado day. It’s not unusual to see black bears all over Las Animas County, but this cinnamon-colored black bear seemed happy to step out and pose for a close-up shot before lumbering back off into the forest. Interested i…

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