Summer Bridge programs at Otero Junior College offer personal instruction that will help students master the skills necessary for college readiness. A variety of programs will be offered to fit the needs of each particular student.
The VFW Post #2411 and Ladies Auxiliary hosted a scholarship program for Las Animas junior and senior high school students recently, where three scholarships were available to area students.
The Bent County Art Guild is sponsoring the ninth Annual Santa Fe Trail Day Art Show at the John W. Rawlings Heritage Center and Museum. The art show will open on SFTD, April 25, and continue through May 10. Local and area artists are encouraged to enter ...
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To celebrate to 80th anniversary of Santa Fe Trail Day, the Las Animas Chapter of the P.E.O. Sisterhood is presenting a pageant called "Seven Nights on the Santa Fe Trail."
You can tell a lot about singer/songwriter Mack Bailey by the musical company he keeps. Mack has been hailed as “the next great singer in folk music” by no less an authority than Glenn Yarbrough, the original tenor in the world renowned folk...
Every time Roseann Sdoia comes home, she must climb 18 steps — six stairs into the building, 12 more to her apartment. It is an old building in Boston's North End, with doors that are big and heavy, not an easy place for an amputee to live.
Events for everyone will be included in the 8th Annual La Junta Tribune-Democrat Cinco de Mayo Celebration on Saturday, May 3, at InspirationField from 7:15 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Bent-Prowers Cattle & Horse Growers Association discussed issues and heard from industry leaders at the membership's annual meeting April 5 at the Minnick Building on the Baca County Fairgrounds in Springfield.
Despite some cold and drizzly days, the 58th Annual Otero Arts Festival saw large crowds visit the exhibit. The Otero Arts Festival was open to the public April 1-3 at McDivitt Center on the Otero Junior College campus. The annual event showcases...
Two former McClave residents, Doctor Dale McCall and Doctor Richard Fenwick, were recognized at the 2014 Colorado State University Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics Hall of Fame Recognition Ceremony March 28.
Robert Martinez and Leticia Rotbal were chosen as the 2014 Las Animas High School Prom king and queen March 29 at the LAHS Prom. ......
The Las Animas School District Big Buddy/Little Buddy program met on March 28. The group jumped right into spring at the Las Animas High School greenhouse. After touring the greenhouse, participants, assisted by the Big Buddies, planted a flower to take...
Longtime Bent County Correctional Facility employee Connie Ede will be retiring April 4 after 18 years at the facility. Ede served BCCF as Business Manager, responsible for maintaining supplies to operate the facility in a safe and secure manner while...
City of Las Animas mayor Lawrence Sena signed a proclamation for National Volunteer Week recently, arranged by the Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP). ......
The 58th annual Otero Arts Festival is set for April 1-3 at McDivitt Center on the Otero Junior College campus. This year's judges will include returning juror Dennis Dalton, Professor of Art at Colorado State University-Pueblo and first time judge,...
Gary Grande is no garden-variety vegetable grower.
The City of Las Animas received a facelift just in time for spring over the weekend, the result of the first annual Las Animas Sparkle and Shine Spring Cleaning.
It was a miracle hit. A bullet went through his helmet but did not hit him.
It's been almost two months since a long-overdue 1,000-page Farm Bill was finally signed into law, but the process of reading through the fine print and sorting out the policy implications, large and small, is still unfolding.
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