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Archive for October, 2013


News from Prowers County

(These articles were published by The Prowers County Journal which is an on line publication  can be accessed at  http://theprowersjournal.com/ I don’t know what the actual charges were for these men arrested or what the pending warrants were for.  I didn’t realize that people could be stopped by police for acting suspicious. ) (Shawn Lantis […]

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Black Gold Feed, Supply, Tire & Auto.

Located across HWY 287 from the old Drive Inn Theater, at 27449, the Black Gold Feed, Supply Tire & Auto is open for business with Robert Sullivan as the manager. Black Gold Feed Supply handles feed for Cows, rabbits, pigs, goats, show feed, and dog and cat food in large 40 – 50 pound bags. […]

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Loves Country Store Undergoing Face Lift and Improvements.

Loves Country Store is currently undergoing complete face lift. Love’s Country Store on Main Street is getting a complete remodeling which will give it a new look both indoors and out. It will get a face lift and a new look on the outside and on the inside, there will be new floors, ceiling, walls, […]

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Valero Truck Stop is now open for gas.

The new Valero Truck Stop is now selling gas, but not completely open yet. Formerly called the Bar Four, the new business will have a grand opening in about three months. In addition to fuel and truck driver facilities with showers and a trucker’s lounge, there will be a sports bar, steak house and gift […]

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Valley-Wide Provides the Full Range of Obstetrical Services

Rural areas are very fortunate if they have the full range of obstetrical services available to their “moms-to-be.” Valley-Wide is pleased to announce that it has a team of doctors and providers serving southeastern Colorado who have the needed training and experience to provide this advanced level of care along with the full-scope of family medicine.

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Need a little Culture?

Visit with the Artists and enjoy some wine, some cheese and some fabulous art. Don’t forget to attend the wine and cheese reception and view the art on display at the Autumn Art Show at the Shore Arts Center, 115 Main Street, Lamar, Colorado Thursday, October 24the from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Need a […]

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Deaths, Aug-Oct.

Deaths: August 8, 2013: Violet Helen House, 89, of Springfield August 14, 2013: Mable Walls, 87, of Lamar, born north of Springfield September 5, Daniell Crites, 22, of Springfield September 13, 2013: Brent Joseph Alfrey, 45, of Springfield September 15, 2013: Michael Ray Amrine, 63 of Liberal Kansas. September 15, 2013: Donita Fleck, of Springfield. […]

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Baca County makes History with First Industrial Hemp Crop

History is being made in Baca County when back in May, Springfield, Colo. farmer Ryan Lofin planted 55 acres of hemp — the first hemp crop planted in the U.S. in nearly 60 years. Harvesting the historic hemp plants by hand, Lofin and others may be the first to restart a once-booming American industry. If […]

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Lamar Library recently celebrates 1 year of Line Dancing!

Lamar Public Library recently celebrated ONE year of Line Dancing! On Wednesday, October 16th the Library’s Cultural Events Center was filled with dancers of all ages. Thanks to K&S Cottage Kitchen for the refreshments and to all the Line Dancing participants! Your enthusiasm, dedication and continued support is the reason we have continued dancing for […]

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Cancer Travels Fund ~ Needs your help!

Nyla Hartley Home Health Director stated “if you could see the look on these cancer patients faces when they come in for help, how appreciative and how much this money helps them you would know why this so important. The funds we furnish are usually enough to pay for their way to and from wherever they are going for medical help. At this time without your donations we are not able to help anyone with their travel expenses”.

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Danielle Crites Identification Confirmed

Sheriff David D. Campbell Undersheriff Chris D. Griffin 265 E 2nd Avenue Springfield, Co 81073 719 523-4511 719 523-4587 (fax) For Immediate release October 1, 2013 Baca County, CO. On October 1st, 2013 our office received the County Coroner’s report regarding the remains found on September 28, 2013. Deputies from the Baca County Sheriff’s Office […]

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