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The Colorado City Metro District meeting was filled beyond capacity Tuesday evening as citizens took the opportunity to express their opposition to Marijuana operations and retail facilities in the Greenhorn Valley. See related story this week.

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I just read Ecclesiastes again. It is one of those books in the Bible that makes you wonder why it is there. It is certainly not filled with sweetness...

More than a hundred people turned out to the working meeting of the Colorado City Metropolitan District (CCMD) directors on Tuesday, July 29th, to pre...

The Senior Resource Development Agency (SRDA) of Pueblo is seeking replacement of couple Bill and Kelly Temmert who provided transportation to area se...

A lightning storm caused a large power outage over the weekend leaving some people in the Walsenburg community in the dark. The outage began on Sa...

Pueblo, CO: Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office Detective Jim Keen, a retired Army Ranger, Purple Heart Recipient, and children’s book author w...

On September 21, 1859, Alexander “Zan” Hicklin arrived in the Greenhorn Valley with his young wife, Estefana, and their infant son, Alexander Jr. H...

Greenhorn Mountain was named for a Comanche war chief, Cuerno Verde (translated from Spanish to Greenhorn). This young chieftain earned his name by...

Sometime before 1866, Hiram Terry Austin settled his family on the Big Graneros Creek, one-half mile north of the old Greenhorn store. He acquired ...

Greenhorn Mountain was named for a Comanche war chief, Cuerno Verde (translated from Spanish to Greenhorn). This young chieftain earned his name by b...

Johan ‘John’ H. and Sarah Emaline Maxwell Williams were married sometime before 1856 when their oldest and only son was born in Arkansas. In 1858, th...

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Boys interested in participating in the Rye High School Golf Program will have their first practice on August 4th at 9:00 A.M. at the Hollydot Golf ...

They won 22 games and lost only two under a new head coach. They were undefeated in their league at 8-0. Their pitching staff threw multiple no...

The Rye Thunderbolt baseball team is two games away from the state championship. The 22-1 Rye baseball team beat Sargent 8-0, and Rocky Ford 7-1 to ad...

The 2014 State Track Meet was held at JEFFCO Stadium in Denver. The team left with hopes of being state champions and were it not for a protested 1600...

Luis Ortiz, Jr., and Trenton Hughes threw back to back no-hitters as the Rye Thunderbolt baseball team moved on to the State Baseball Tournament ...

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