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Business of the Week – SDS, Inc.

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 SDS, Inc. Give them a call at: 719.336-3244 In 1964, Colorado incorporated twenty community-centered boards (CCBs) across the […]

Business of the Week – Crossroads’ Turning Points, Inc.

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 Crossroads’ Turning Points, Inc. Give them a call at: 719.336-2600 Crossroads’ Turning Points, Inc. of Lamar has been providing […]

Non-Profit Seeks Water for Environmental Benefits

Colorado Water Trust will lease water to protect streams again in 2013 With Colorado’s snowpack below average, the Colorado Water Trust (CWT) is again seeking water rights for short-term lease for environmental benefits.  In 2012, the Colorado Water Trust piloted its Request for Water 2012 water leasing program, partnering with the Colorado Water Conservation Board […]

Partnering for Small Business Growth

(Lamar, Colorado, March 2, 2012)  Lamar Community College and 16 partners will host a two-day workshop entitled, “Simple Steps to Starting a New Business.”  The workshop focuses on elements critical to beginning or expanding a business, including the business concept, marketing plan, financial projections, and funding sources. The workshop is scheduled for Saturday, April 7 and 21 from 10:30 […]

Local Three-Way Partnership Tackles Behavioral and Mental Health Primary Care

Southeast Mental Health, Partnership for Progress, and High Plains Community Health Center Tackle Behavioral and Mental Health and Primary Care Under the auspices of what is being described as one the most important healthcare grants received in Colorado, Southeast Mental Health Services (SEMHS) and its subsidiary, Partnership for Progress (PFP), along with High Plains Community […]