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As electricity rates are predicted to rise across the country soon, there will be no rate increase in 2019 for San Isabel Electric member-owners. Forecasts also indicate rate stability into the near future. We have provided you with nearly a decade of rate stability because we’ve made invest…

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So, the bottom line is this - does the state of Colorado need to re-examine how we fund public schools? Absolutely. Is Rep. Rankin’s plan to do so a fair, equitable way to fix an injustice? Far from it.

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—Ed. Note: Trinidad State Interim President Dr. Kerry Hart has regularly provided commentary on education in his previous post as a school president and would like to continue that commentary with us, since being named interim president of Trinidad State. Here he addresses culture as a cause…

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“The agreement with Colorado Springs Utilities will benefit many farmers in the Lower Arkansas River Valley” and “this will be a win-win for those in the San Luis Valley.” Both quotes appeared recently in state newspapers, one from Denver and one from Colorado Springs.

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—Ed. note: Local entrepenuer Juan Delaroca, who operates a bike tour company in Trinidad, Backshop Bikes, is arguing to stop closure of Las Animas County Road 85.5 for public recreation. The Las Animas County Board of Commissioners is meeting on the closure at 9 a.m.  on Tuesday, Oct. 16 at …

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“It’s painful to hear people say, ‘I wish I could have...’ It breaks my heart,” said Sangre de Cristo Hospice & Palliative Care’s Medical Director, Lauren Smith, D.O.

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The 2018 Colorado General Assembly started recently, with opening day speeches from Republican and Democrat leaders outlining their priorities for the session. The focus for most lawmakers, as well as Governor Hickenlooper, will be on transportation funding, rural broadband access, reform of…

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Citizens of Trinidad — currently, I am collaborating with Pat Fletcher, Library Director Mallory Pillard and Dr. Sally Fabec on a housing initiative for our growing homeless population. We are the catalysts who are gathering local entities together to see if this idea is even feasible here i…

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“None of us think we could have a child pass away and then one day, you’re in the club,” Crystal Gerlock, Bereavement Coordinator for Sangre de Cristo Hospice, told me. Her smile never slipping from her face. “I understand my bereavement better now. She was my oldest child...”

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I have a terrible habit of forgetting names but I never forget faces; and their stories, they are even more unforgettable. The faces I can’t forget, their stories always leave a mark on me.

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As we approach Memorial Day, we remember all of the Americans who paid the ultimate price to protect our country and the freedoms that make it worth fighting for. It is important that we honor the memory of our fallen heroes by reflecting on their service and tireless dedication to protectin…

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DENVER – The U.S. Department of Education released guidance to the nation’s school districts that accept public tax dollars. The guidance affirms that discriminating against transgender students is illegal under Title IX. One Colorado, the state’s leading advocacy organization for lesbian, g…

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