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My Furry Valentine – Noah’s Ark hosts adoption event

  Annalyse, Louis, and Jayce Guzman and Annalyse Sanchez take home a puppy, yet to be named, from the Noah’s Ark Furry Valentine event hosted by Trinidad Big R. Several “forever campanions” went to new homes on Saturday. If you would like to find your own special friend, or if you would like to help… Keep Reading

Commissioners impose conditions on Busch Ranch II Wind project

Approve letter of support for La Veta school project concept & approve county ED grant application by Eric Mullens WALSENBURG — On Tuesday the Huerfano County Commissioners approved conditional use permits for the Black Hills Energy Busch Ranch II Wind Project with not only the conditions placed on the application by the county planning and… Keep Reading

Activities & Events for week of February 14, 2019

HUERFANO Valentines single adult game night at La Veta Mercantile LA VETA — Thursday, February 14, 6 pm join us for singles game night with drink specials, champagne and chocolate. John Costea may even buy the first round. You might get “board” this winter, fight that boredom and join your neighbors for Adult Board Games… Keep Reading

Country love

‘To My Valentine’ Ogden Nash, 1941 More than a catbird hates a cat, Or a criminal hates a clue, Or the Axis hates the United States, That’s how much I love you. I swear to you by the stars above, And below, if such there be, As the High Court loathes perjurious oathes, That’s how… Keep Reading

Sports Briefs

Kim/Branson boys aim at playoffs by David J. Santistevan Jr. KIM/BRANSON — They keep improving, they keep running, and they look to make a run in the district playoffs come next week. That’s the Kim/Branson Mustang boys hoops team (9-8)(2-2) in 2018-2019. Kim/Branson is coming off a win last week over Granada (6-11)(2-2) 54-43 on… Keep Reading

Snowpack improves across Colorado

DENVER – A consistent pattern of weather systems throughout much of January brought snow to the state, particularly, storms during the 15th through the 24th of January provided the added boost to push statewide Colorado snowpack to above normal for the first time this calendar year. Statewide mountain snowpack improved from 94% of normal on… Keep Reading

Care & Share helps those in Trinidad experiencing homelessness

by Joy Gipson TRINIDAD — On the first Friday of every month, the Care & Share packing project will convene at the Trinidad Carnegie Public Library, 202 N. Animas Street, from 3 to 4 pm, to make up packets of self care necessities consisting of soap, shampoo, toothpaste, toothbrush, comb, lip balm, skin care lotion,… Keep Reading

President’s Art Show to feature photos of Jim Blecha

courtesy Greg Boyce TRINIDAD — Trinidad State visitors will see a world of vibrant landscapes when they visit the President’s Office Art Show over the next six months. Jim Blecha has been a freelance photographer for the last 27 years, mostly shooting scenes in the United States and Canada. Six years ago when it was… Keep Reading

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