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High Plains Walking Club Returns!

High Plains Walking Club Returns!

“The most popular form of exercise in the United States is walking.” We’re Baaaack!!! The High Plains Walking Club will meet every Saturday morning at Lamar Community College from 8:00 to 9:00 a.m. at the Wellness Center’s indoor track. The High Plains Walking Club is facilitated by Beth Parker and Holly Burton, Health Coaches from […]

Learning from the Fire

Learning from the Fire

Click a Picture to Enlarge The Lamar Fire Department spent the day this past Saturday, February 16, conducting a controlled house fire as a training exercise.  The abandoned house in the 500 block of South 4th Street in Lamar had been scheduled to burn the week before, but the exercise was postponed because of windy […]

Business of the Week - Curves

Business of the Week – Curves

You help your community thrive when you shop locally! Be sure to read The Prowers Journal each week when the Lamar Chamber of Commerce and The Prowers Journal highlight a featured Business of the Week. This week we are proud to spotlight Curves, located at 119 S. Main Street in Lamar. Call them at: 719.336.2878. What Curves is all about, an interview with Renee Bebee: Question: […]

Business of the Week - Inches A-Way & MakesScents

Business of the Week – Inches A-Way & MakesScents

  You help your community thrive when you shop locally! Be sure to read The Prowers Journal each week when we highlight a featured Business of the Week. This week we spotlight Inches A-Way & MakeScents at 201 South 4th in Lamar, owned and operated by Shannon Venturi & Candace Zordel. Inches A-Way partnered up […]

Honkers Inches A-Way

Lamar Honkers Visit Inches A-Way

    On May 6th the Chamber of Commerce Honkers visited Inches A-Way and presented them with their “Dollar of Profit” plaque. Inches A-Way is owned and operated by Shannon Venturi and Candace Zordel at 214 South Main Street here in Lamar. Inches A-Way is an Exercise and Retail location. There are many different exercise […]

“Text Me, I’m Dying to Hear from You”

“Text Me, I’m Dying to Hear from You”

      High School Students view the start of a mock exercise The dangers of texting while driving were brought home in dramatic fashion this past Friday morning, April 15, at Lamar High School. A mock car accident resulted in one fatality, the arrest of the teenaged driver and two passenger accident-injuries. Students lined […]