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Trinidad’s ‘meet the candidates’ forum

by Bill Knowles TRINIDAD — Last Thursday, Trinidad had the chance to meet the candidates running for election for mayor, city council, and school board at Massari Hall on the campus of Trinidad State Junior College. The event was live streamed for the first time by Tom Murphy for Trinidad Times TV71. The presentation began… Keep Reading

Commission approves capital asset inventory in short meeting

by Marty Mayfield KRTN Multi-Media RATON — Raton City Commissioners met Tuesday evening, October 10 to take care of a short agenda that included discussion of the Fixed Capital Assets Inventory and approval of a couple of upcoming October events. Commissioners approved the last meeting’s minutes and heard from city treasurer Michael Ann Antonucci concerning… Keep Reading

Phillip Rico seeking re-election as Mayor

by Mayor Phillip Rico TRINIDAD — Two years ago when the Citizens of Trinidad gave me the honor to represent our community, I made a personal commitment to work hard, to raise awareness at the state level, and to make Trinidad a community that is progressive and a more attractive place to live. I have… Keep Reading

Meet James W. Hudgens

Walsenburg business owner seeks Ward 2 council position My name is James W. Hudgens. I am seeking the Ward 2, City Council position in Walsenburg. A retired Merchant Mariner, I have lived in the city for just over two years since December 2012 and before that, south of town in the Silver Spur subdivision since… Keep Reading

City council hears citizen comments on marijuana ordinances

by Eric Mullens WALSENBURG — With only five members present, the Walsenburg City Council Tuesday night approved, on second reading, and following a public hearing, Ordinance 1106 which designates use by special permit marijuana related activities in the city’s various zoning districts. City council also introduced, and passed on first reading, Ordinance 1108, which follows… Keep Reading

Di Lisio for Trinidad City Council

by Mary Jean Di Lisio TRINIDAD — I’m running for Trinidad’s City Council because I hear and want to answer the “voices of the people”. Our current leadership deals mostly with “wants” and sometimes delays the critical “needs” facing our city. Can you envision a Trinidad that has better jobs? Jobs that represent each of… Keep Reading

Frank (Sonny) Leone Jr. running for Trinidad City Council

TRINIDAD — Hello, I’m Frank (Sonny) Leone Jr. and I’ve been part of the Trinidad community my entire life & career. I have been a businessman for over 50 years. I am currently the owner of Leone Ready Mix, Leone Sand and Gravel, & SRG’s Landscaping and Growing Supply. I have served on the city… Keep Reading

Anthony Mattie running for re-election to Trinidad City Council

TRINIDAD — As the lone incumbent in the field of candidates for a city council seat, Anthony Mattie says his skills at making order out of chaos have served him well in his council service to date. He is proud to have been an integral force in creating the palpable energy and momentum we now… Keep Reading

Jackson Pixley running for Trinidad City Council

by Jackson Pixley TRINIDAD — My name is Jackson Pixley and I believe Trinidad is on the cusp of greatness. In the almost two years since I moved to Trinidad from the Denver area, I’ve seen this town begin a resurgence that, I feel with the right leadership, we can springboard into making Trinidad a destination… Keep Reading

Craig Lessar announces run for Mayor of Walsenburg

WALSENBURG — My name is Craig Lessar, and I am pleased to announce my candidacy for Mayor of the City of Walsenburg. During my term as a Walsenburg city councilor, I gained an understanding of the complexities of city government including its capabilities and limitations. The primary role for the mayor should be to be… Keep Reading

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