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They Opened My Eyes…to Science

They Opened My Eyes…to Science

Any baby boomers out there who remember Watch Mr. Wizard? Back in the 50s on black and white tv sets, before Sesame Street or Mr. Rogers, that Saturday afternoon show explained to kids how ordinary things worked through science. For a lot of us, it was science made fun. And that happy situation continued for […]

Area Students Receive $8,500 in Scholarships from Elks Lodge

Area Students Receive $8,500 in Scholarships from Elks Lodge

    The Lamar Elks Lodge, #1319 and the National Elks Foundation, awarded $8,500 in scholarships to southeast Colorado students during an awards dinner, Monday, May 2, as National Youth Week is being observed. Twenty-one elementary school youngsters participated in the Americanism essay contest, submitting a short theme of what being an American meant to […]

Council Negotiators to Meet with County/McCrea New Lamar Police Chief

Council Negotiators to Meet with County/McCrea New Lamar Police Chief

Lamar Council Offers Congratulations to Parkview Students Council Congratulates Gary McCrea on his promotion of Lamar Police Chief Councilmen PJ Wilson and Kirk Crespin and Deputy City Administrator Bill Pfeilsticker were selected to represent the city in future negotiations with the county to develop a new five year joint agreement for financing the 911 Authority Board/Dispatch […]

March Good Citizens at Granada School

March Good Citizens at Granada School

  Each month, Granada Elementary School students are selected in general, through their good works, attitude, politeness and classroom composure. The following Granada students have been selected as Good Citizens for the month of March. Back Row L to R:  Sixth Grade – Jessica Mendoza, Fifth Grade – Samantha Gonzales, Fourth Grade – Stefan McGee, […]