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Adult Community Corrections Facility Suggested for Lamar

  Doug Carrigan from ATC, Advantage Treatment Center in Sterling, Colorado, addressed the Lamar City Council during a March 12th work session and outlined a concept for a 30-40 bed client facility in town.  Carrigan is the executive director of the Sterling facility and he told the council he believes the Lamar community would benefit […]

PMC Birth Announcements May 13, 2014

Shenael Marie Archuleta-Andrade and Andrew Kaavalani Abenes of Lamar are proud to announce the birth of their son. Makaio Lee Keali’iokalani Abenes was born at 1:14am on May 6, 2014. He weighed 6 lb 1 oz and measured 19 inches in length. Makaio is the couple’s first child. Grandmother Sherri Archuleta is happy to welcome […]

Cattlemen Plan Annual April 5 Meeting, Add Ranch Rodeo Scramble

LAMAR – Teams may still sign up for the ranch rodeo being held in conjunction with Colorado’s oldest livestock organization’s annual events.     The Bent-Prowers Cattle & Horse Growers Association will mark its 145th year with its annual meeting, ranch rodeo scramble, auction, banquet and cowboy ball on April 5th at Springfield.   Registration begins at 9 […]

Holly Ladies Split Series With Springfield

It was a marquee match-up on paper and the game lived up to the billing when Holly’s Lady Wildcats visited Springfield last Friday night. Both teams were right on the cusp of making the top ten in their respective classes, and the earlier meeting between the two went down to the wire. Holly won that […]

Strong First Quarter Powers Wildcats to Victory

After having their share of slow starts lately, the Holly Wildcats put the pedal to the floor last Friday against Springfield. The Wildcats raced out to a 22-point opening period, on their way to a 66-59 road win against the Longhorns. With both of the previous meetings this season between these two teams having been […]

Lady Cards Drop Two Over the Weekend

To call the McClave Lady Cardinals streaky just might be an understatement. After dropping both games last weekend, the Lady Cards have now had three losing streaks of two games this season. That goes along with a three-game winning streak to begin the season, and a run of two in the win column that was […]

Colorado’s Premiere Small School Basketball Tournament Marks 50 Years

The holidays bring letters to Santa Claus, last minute shopping, and lots of basketball in Southeast Colorado.  In 2013, the Lamar Holiday Basketball Tournament will tip off for the 50th time.  The tournament features eight schools, either 1A or 2A classification, with both a boys’ and girls’ bracket.  Beginning December 19th, the Lamar Community Building […]

Pesticide Applicator Continuing Education Credit Workshops

By Wilma Trujillo, SEA Agronomist In the state of Colorado, pesticide application is regulated by a very strict set of laws enforced by the Colorado Department of Agriculture (CDA). Some of the regulations include the licensing of private, commercial, limited-commercial, and public pesticide applicators. The purpose of the license is to demonstrate a level of […]

Doctoring Colorado’s Wildlife

SPRINGFIELD, Colo. – As the population in Colorado increases, the number of injured and orphaned animals discovered by people each year has been climbing. When people become sick or injured, they can go to the doctor for treatment. Where do the animals go for treatment? “Wildlife rehabilitation” is the process of providing expert care to […]

Business of the Week – P & L Tax & Accounting

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 P & L Tax & Accounting. Give them a call at: 719.336-0636 P&L Tax & Accounting has been in […]

Winds Die Down, Travel Resumes in S.E. Colorado

Despite winds ranging between 45mph to 65mph in portions of southeast Colorado this past Friday, January 11, there was considerably less dust in the air from a similar wind storm almost two months ago on November 10.  Recent snows and moisture around Christmas and New Year’s helped limit airborne dust during the day of high wind […]

Tree Selection and Care Workshops, Seedling Tree Sales

Do you need help deciding what trees to plant? Where to plant them? How far apart to plant them? Do you want to protect your livestock or attract Wildlife? Southeast Area Extension Agents want to help you! Colorado State University Extension will be holding two workshops to help with this decision making. Topics Include: Selecting […]

Lamar Administrator Search Down to Final Five

Interim Lamar City Administrator Steven Rabe told the council that five finalists for the permanent city administrator position have been made aware of their status. Seven persons were given phone interviews on June 18 and 19 by Rabe, and based on those interviews, plus additional information on the candidates, five are being forwarded to the […]

Remember Foundation – July 3rd Benefit

  PRESS RELEASE Southeastern Colorado has a newly formed Charitable Organization to support Alzheimer’s patients and their families.  The Remember Foundation was established by several interested citizens and area providers to provide a resource for those afflicted with Alzheimer’s and other dementias.  The Remember Foundation Mission Statement is:  “To honor and remember those stricken with […]

Lamar Invitational Track Meet, Team Results

The weather remained brisk this past Saturday, March 26, for the annual Lamar Invitational Track meet at Savage Stadium, a pleasant change from the track meets the past couple of years when temperatures barely climbed into the 50s. The Limon girls led the pack of competitors, racking up 93 points for a first place finish. […]