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Holiday Festivities in the Enchanted Forest

    Lamar, CO – The Lamar Chamber of Commerce and several local organizations will celebrate this holiday season with family festivities in the Enchanted Forest beginning this Saturday, December 5th. To kick off this year’s family fun, the Lamar Police Department, Lamar Fire Department, and Lamar Community College will host the Enchanted Forest from […]

Two New Officers Join Lamar Police Depart, Council Discusses Permit Fees

Rick Robbins, President of Prowers County Development Incorporated, invited the Lamar City Council to a March 2 meeting which will bring to the table, representatives from PCDI, Prowers County Commissioners, the City of Lamar as well as representatives from Wiley, Granada, Bristol and Holly.  “We’re going to review our goals and finances and have everyone’s input […]

Fire Department Incident Reports June 3, 2014

Wednesday, May 21 At 2:29 pm on May 21, fire personnel were dispatched to 912 West Olive Street in Lamar on report of a Molotov cocktail being thrown under a BBQ grill. The fire was out upon arrival, but the fire crew found the smell of chemicals and burned rags on the ground. The Lamar […]

Nero is on the Beat with LPD

Nero, the latest K9 to join the Lamar Police Department, was added to the roster as he began his duties with Officer C.J.  Filbeck today, September 27.  Nero is replacing Filbeck’s former canine colleague, Joey, who has been retired from active duty after five years because of age and some medical problems.  Joey will live […]

PCDI Needs Funding for Big R Incentive Property

Funds allocated to the maintenance of the Big R, Washington Street offices and warehouse are almost depleted. The property, which has been for sale, was donated to Prowers County Development Incorporated as an incentive package by Big R when the local company relocated its headquarter staff to the Pueblo area several years ago. Property maintenance, […]

Oscar Riley New Lamar Councilman, Buzzard Gets Renewed License

Oscar Riley was selected as a replacement Lamar City Councilman for PJ Wilson who resigned his position as he no longer resides within city limits. Wilson informed the council last month and Riley was one of three candidates who was interviewed by the council in executive session last Wednesday. Steven Rabe has been selected by […]