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The winners of the Bikes for Books program show their prizes for increased reading at the reception Friday. L-R: Second grade winners were Keyanna Kirk and Axton Ehrlich; Emma Briggs (not pictured) and Mason Ford won for third grade; and Taryn Plattner and Braxton Vail were the fourth grade winners.

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SONIC BLOOM, to be held during the Summer Solstice, hopes to call Huerfano County home for years to come and has applied for a Temporary Use Permi...

The Pueblo County Liquor and Marijuana Licensing Board approved two more infusion locations in Pueblo West at their meeting on Monday night. The ...

As the time of the Easter season approaches and our thoughts are turned to the Savior; it is my prayer that we will take the time to contemplate the d...

Chris Watkins works for an electrical contractor and, as it happens, rides a 2006 Harley-Davidson Road King motorcycle, frequently accompanied by his ...

The idea to invite the community to celebrate 20 years of veterinary service in the Greenhorn Valley wasn’t Dr. Juan’s, but she said, “This will be a ...

How is your health insurance coverage going? Some of you are in the process of discovering how much penalty you owe the government for not carrying an...

The Greenhorn Valley Chamber of Commerce met at the library on March 18 for a workshop with two items on the agenda. The board focused on what ser...

Pueblo and surrounding counties all watched the unemployment rate climb back up in figures released by the Colorado Department of Labor and Employme...

The Rye Fire Protection District Board of Directors focused on educating the public about making it easier for emergency providers to locate an addres...

Robert and Debbie Johnson were among those attending Dr. Anna O’Brien’s Open House to tour the new Valley EyeCare Office that opened recently in the C...

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The Rye High School Thunderbolt baseball team rolled to a 3-0 record in their first week of action including a come from behind victory against Trin...

The Lady Thunderbolts have done a consistent job on defense, but their offense has yet to catch fire. In fact in their first three outings they hav...

The Rye High School Boy’s Basketball team ended the season in the state tournament at CSU-Pueblo with a pair of losses against the finest basketball...

The road to the state tournament ended in LaJunta for the Rye Girl’s basketball team last Saturday night when they fell to Del Norte 48-35. But, alth...

The final week of the high school basketball season will find the Boy’s Rye Thunderbolts seeded sixth in the state tournament at CSU Pueblo facing Ign...

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