Trinidad & Las Animas County stories

We're always interested in hearing about news in our community. Let us know what's going on!

More Trinidad & Las Animas County stories

featured top story

On Thursday, Feb. 11, City of Trinidad Mayor Phil Rico held the annual State of the City address that was held through a virtual public format due to COVID-19 restrictions. Mayor Rico opened the State of the City address expressing his appreciation for the area’s emergency responders and too…

top story

The district health department is working through the early phases of the COVID-19 vaccination process as directed by the state of Colorado and is asking the public to help anyone over the age of 65, who has yet to receive the vaccine, register for vaccination.

top story

The Trinidad State softball team, under the direction of Head Coach Steve Swazo who is beginning his 15th year at the school, has high expectations. Last year before COVID halted play the Lady Trojans were 6-0 in conference and had 13 wins overall, they hope to build on that momentum going i…

top story

New Trojan Head Coach Karli Salazar has had an interesting first year at the helm of the Trinidad State volleyball program, hired during the start of the COVID pandemic she has had to adapt to a new team and prepare them for a volleyball season despite the extreme changes to the way things w…

featured top story

Trinidad paramedic Jason Stodghill shares his personal experience with the new Moderna COVID-19 vaccination

featured top story

Will the City of Trinidad be ready for what’s to come? The New Elk Coal mine on State Highway 12 is reportedly reopening this summer, and the new Fishers Peak State Park will be opening more recreation space in the future — and what about the city’s growing art scene with its live-in studios…

featured top story
  • Updated

On Wednesday, Dec. 30, Trinidad Mayor Phil Rico issued a press release informing the public on what he, along with other community leaders with Las Animas County and the Las Animas and Huerfano Counties Health Department were doing to help the local economy.

Latest e-Edition

T'DAD TALK

SPOTLIGHT

spotlight

Trinidad residents woke up to freezing temps and icy snow flurries over the weekend, which made for some beautiful photographs.  How long winter will clutch the area in its frigid grasp is anyone’s guess, but the weatherman was saying on Friday that it might hang around until the middle of the week.

Purchase a Subscription

Online Access

Purchase online access to The Chronicle-News E-edition and everything you need to stay informed about Trinidad, southeastern Colorado, Raton and northeastern New Mexico. You gain full access to The Chronicle-News website, archives, classifieds, obituaries and announcements, weather, state and national news and multimedia presentations including photos, video and more.

Online access can be purchased for fixed time periods from one day ($0.99) up to one year ($72). Online access is not a recurring transaction. You will need to manually renew your subscription at the end of its term.  

Starting at
$0.99 for 1 day

Online Access Monthly Recurring Charge

Purchase online access to The Chronicle-News E-edition and everything you need to stay informed about Trinidad, southeastern Colorado, Raton and northeastern New Mexico. You gain full access to The Chronicle-News website, archives, classifieds, obituaries and announcements, weather, state and national news and multimedia presentations including photos, video and more.

Online access, as a monthly recurring charge, automatically renews your subscription with a monthly recurring transaction of $6 per month to your credit, or debit card.

$6.00 for 30 days

We're always interested in hearing about news in our community. Let us know what's going on!

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.