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An inspirational and fun event at Arkansas Valley FairThe Arkansas Valley Fair Silver King and Queen are Clem Cook and Charlotte Cook - not husband... [Read More]
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A good crowd celebrates improvements at Primary SchoolSuperintendent Rick Lovato, Jr. told the crowd at the groundbreaking for the new and better Primary School on... [Read More]
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Wide variety of topics discussedDirector of Human Services Donna Rohde introduced Karen Kelley on Monday afternoon as a director of the Public Guardianship Commission, serving... [Read More]
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best outfitsOn Monday, classes began for Jump Start students. These students have been selected for getting some extra help, maybe jogging their memories of last... [Read More]
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Our Italian connectionIn the school year 2008-2009, La Junta High School had an exchange student from Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy. He lived with Bob and Diane... [Read More]
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La Junta Health Service District directors meet the second and fourth Wednesdays at 1 p.m. at Inspiration FieldThe La Junta Health Service District is completely... [Read More]
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Both Street and Line Crews from the City of La Junta were on the job on Thursday morning doing necessary repairs on the large power... [Read More]
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Klein believes in fighting for long-distance railAn enthusiastic Rick Klein gave an account of the latest action concerning the Southwest Chief and the status of... [Read More]
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Urban Renewal moves forward on three projectsA very busy meeting of the La Junta Urban Renewal Authority took place on Thursday afternoon at the Somewhere... [Read More]
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Career Exploration Camps at OJC a Success OJC recently hosted its first ever Career Exploration Camps, and according to Hailey Wold, OJC educational resource specialist, the... [Read More]
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Honoring flag donorsManzanola American Legion  Post 168 in Manzanola Wednesday night honored Wayne Walter and Gilbert Davis for their work in installing large American flags... [Read More]
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Featured speaker Vera VelkVera Velk asks the question "Where do you fit in?"  Vera, in a humorous and informative way, shares the difference and similarities between... [Read More]
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Retired teachers rally to support new programThe lake gazebo at the City Park looked like who's who in retired school teachers on Tuesday morning as... [Read More]
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Busy day at the county officesOtero County Emergency Manager Danny Chavez reports that, after due consideration, he, fire chiefs of various districts and Otero County... [Read More]
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Photos by Jolene Hamilton and Ken Hamrick... [Read More]
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The 81st Annual La Junta Kids Rodeo and Race Meet wrapped up on Sunday. This year's all-around champions with their saddles are ,from left, Jaslyn... [Read More]
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Police at the Pool PartyYou can't rain out a good swimming pool party! The La Junta Police Department, La Junta Cheerleading Squad and a whole... [Read More]
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On the road to Rikki Dee'sWith the added donation of bicycles from Bill Piquette and his grandson Richard Stanton and donations from the Otero County... [Read More]
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Preparations underway with new Supt. Matt SnyderThe Cheraw School Board met with new Superintendent Matt Snyder and Business Manager Sherry Hermann to discuss preparations for... [Read More]
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Senate Approves Moran, Udall Amendment to Maintain Southwest Chief Train ServicesLa Junta City Manager Rick Klein was excited yesterday afternoon, having heard that the voice... [Read More]
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