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Sharon Wade and Carol Robinson were among the entertainers at the Community Christmas Dinner last year.The dinner will be at The Valley Community Church in Colorado City at 1:00 on Christmas Day. Please call Petra at 676-4411 or 406-5238 to let her know that you are coming.

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The Colorado City Metro District Board of Directors approved the 2015 budget at their regular meeting Tuesday night at the CCMD office in a meeting ...

In its tenth year, the Note-Able Taste of Christmas was presented by Rye Home United Methodist Church at two separate time; Friday at 6:00 pm and ...

Fred and Connie Huskins went to bed in the basement of their home at 10708 Paul Lane in Rye on the night of December 2, 1973. The cupboards were ful...

“You can see a lot of hardship throughout this community, whether it’s financial, medical, spiritual, or family issues. I felt a way to contribute; th...

The Holidays can be a very difficult time for many grieving people. The traditions, memories, decorations, and even the foods can stimulate the emot...

Republican Brian Cotter won the open seat for Coroner in the last election, but a 4-3 vote by the canvassing board to not certify the election has ...

In this time of the Christmas season, I would hope that we can put into practice gratitude by expressing appreciation for all that we have with ex...

The Greenhorn Valley View would like to draw your attention to Rye High School's participation in the 37th Annual Math Day Swanson and Math Bow...

When T.J. Vinci was selected for the District 70 interim position as Chief Financial Officer it had a domino effect at Rye High School, where he had b...

The Colorado City Metro District held a public hearing on November 17 to discuss the proposed 2015 budget. All board members were present with the ex...

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The Rye High School Boys’ basketball team opened their home season with a 55-27 win over visiting Hoehne on the 12th. It was also their first league...

The Rye High School Girl’s Basketball team had a 0-3 start to their season at Adams State College in Alamosa in a tournament hosted by Centauri, but...

The Rye High School Boys’ basketball team traveled to the Pueblo County Tournament to open their season instead of a trek to Trinidad as they have don...

The Rye High School Wrestling Team defeated Salida in a duel last Thursday night by a 36-33 score and placed 6th in the tough Grizzly Invitational a...

The Thunderbolt season ended the way it began last Saturday with a loss to Meeker. This time there is no “next week” as Meeker will advance to the ...

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