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Photos by Danette Ulloa and Jody Bracy On Saturday, October 6th braving the much cooler temperatures approximately 30 local area bikers, American Legion members and Santa... [Read More]
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Commissioners discuss justice buildingIs it better to board prisoners out and pay overtime to have them transported to court or to build a larger-capacity jail?... [Read More]
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BOGGSVILLE LIVES AGAIN AS TALENT, FOOD, ENTERTAINMENT HIGHLIGHT WEEKEND OF OCT. 12-14LA JUNTA - Boggsville, the newest point of interest in southeastern Colorado where the... [Read More]
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"We want to establish a welcoming co-working pace that provides essential elements and a comfortable environment," said Economic Development/Urban Renewal Director Cynthia Nieb. She and... [Read More]
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A bad accident occurred on Highway 50 westbound between County Road 22 and 23 between 8 and 9 a.m. on Monday morning. The westbound lanes... [Read More]
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a fun competition LA JUNTA - On Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018, at 3:00 p.m. the Otero Junior College Agriculture Program will host the annual Ag Olympics.... [Read More]
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How to rebuild a small but colorful town: Craft 3 Culture & Heritage TourismTara Marshall, Director of Development Services for the City of Trinidad, made... [Read More]
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Picketwire Players to hold final Auditions for "Nuncrackers" the Musical October 7.It was brought to our attention that some confusion may have surrounded our early auditions... [Read More]
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Lunch and Learn, Otero Junior College CommonsLiao Qiwen from Wuhan, Hubel Province, People's Republic of China, has already become a Certified Nursing Assistant, as of... [Read More]
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Last week Congressman Ken Buck held a town hall meeting in La Junta, Colorado, with special guest U.S. Representative Mike Conaway, Chairman of the House... [Read More]
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Colorado State University Arkansas Valley Campus will be new home of CSU ExtensionFamily & Consumer Science Agent Debbie Chapman introduced herself on Monday to the... [Read More]
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La Juntans and surrounding towns  pack the Ed Stafford Theatre for an old time '50s rock 'n' roll show in Arkansas Valley Community Concerts first... [Read More]
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Mayor Jeffri Pruyn must recommend three new commissionersThe Urban Renewal Authority Board of Commissioners was happy to have excellent applicants to fill the now-vacant seats... [Read More]
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Candidates, interested citizens discuss offices, issuesAn informal setting at The Barista housed a formally timed presentation by each candidate for County Clerk (Glenna Potts and... [Read More]
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Olivia Whatley (left) was crowned the La Junta High School Homecoming queen at halftime of Friday's game at Tiger Stadium. Also pictured is Whatley's father,... [Read More]
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Waddles crowned La Junta Homecoming king. [Read More]
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Class of 1960 meets again!The very convivial Class of  1960 met once again in 2018 at Early Settlers Day. They had dinner at Jodi's Grill,... [Read More]
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Arkansas Valley campus groundbreakingThe groundbreaking ceremony for Colorado State University's Arkansas Valley Campus in Rocky Ford Sept. 4 signified greater access to research and resources... [Read More]
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On August 24 at the Colorado State Fair, thirty-one farm and ranch operations were recognized for their contribution to the state of Colorado, and received... [Read More]
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