Kim Whattler, daughter of Randy and Brenda Whattler and Shirley and Dale Flesher, competed in the 2013 Ironman Arizona on Sunday, Nov. 17.
Picketwire Players' newest “tradition” is ready. Curtain goes up at 7:30 p.m. Thursday on opening night performance of “Christmas Miracles,” a two-act 13-scene original musical play written and directed by community theater...
For agricultural leaders to respond effectively to consumer concerns, they need better insight into consumers, according to one agricultural expert who felt prompted to devise a national food demand survey unprecedented within the industry.
The Colorado Association of Conservation Districts inducted John Knapp into the Conservation Hall of Fame at its Annual Meeting in Colorado Springs.
Las Animas Elementary School student Seriah Martinez received word from Clarksville, Tennessee recently when Joey, a fourth grade student in Clarksville, found a letter written by Martinez that was launched in a balloon Nov. 7 as part of the LAES...
At first glance, Norma Price doesn't come across as being much different from most her age.
Las Animas Middle School students Blanca Cadenas, Dax Kirk, and Adrianna Maes were presented the Citizenship Award for the month of December recently.
A look at Nelson Mandela.
Facts about anti-apartheid activist/former South African President Nelson Mandela, who died today at age 95.
The U.S. Marshals Service Colorado Violent Offender Task Force and the Pueblo County Sheriff's Office are seeking the assistance of the public to help locate an extremely violent fugitive. The Pueblo County Sheriff's Office has issued felony warrants for ...
The Bent County HealthCare Center (BCHCC) elders were treated to a special performance recently when the "Kitchen Klutter Band" visited their home on Oct. 28.
Nineteen students graduated from the OJC Law Enforcement Training Academy on Tuesday, Nov. 26, in the Student Center Banquet Room at OJC. This class was the 32nd class to graduate from the Law Academy since it was established in 1999.
A few dark red ink blots continue to mar the lighter colors on the biweekly U.S. Drought Monitor, giving farmers and meteorologists reason to remain cautious as they weigh the likelihood that drought conditions could redevelop quickly by next year's...
Three Lower Arkansas Valley men were honored at Western State Colorado University as their 1978 football team was inducted into the university's Hall of Fame.
Otero Junior College's Math and Science and STEM departments hosted the 4th Annual OJC Math Olympiad on Nov. 12. Top middle and high school math students participated in the in event, including eight students from Las Animas middle school and high school....
Every month, the Las Animas Secondary School celebrates academic excellence in both the individual classrooms and in the overall academic arena.
Black-footed ferrets were recently introduced on a ranch in Pueblo County, Colo. According to U.S. Fish and Wildlife, the black-footed ferret "is a highly specialized predator that depends upon prairie dogs for survival.
Richard Gallegos (eighth grade) - From the coach: “Richard typically runs the baseline in our offense and takes several open, money shots a game. He is also improving in staying on the floor for shot-fakes making him more of a defensive weapon each ...
The Quivira Conference, held recently in Albuquerque, N.M., brought together a broad range of people involved in a variety of agriculture-related endeavors.
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