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TPD encrypts its communications, Martin Smith keeps his audience interested and a local is representing Las Animas County and Colorado at the National Shooting Competition. 
A long-awaited sculpture is installed, a woman attacks another with a hatchet and the Trinidad Community Foundation facilitates grant funding.
SB 21-238 awaits the governors' approval, Colorado marijuana sales top $768 million for the first four months of 2021 and the Purgatoire Valley Goathead Festival sees success its first year. 
Marines conduct flight operations at Pinon Canyon Maneuver Site, Las Animas County seeks to improve Linden Avenue and the Colorado Independent Redistricting Commission will be in town Aug. 6. 
Chuck Smithey resigns, city council disagrees over mosquito abatement and Martin Smith will be in town for a book signing event Saturday, June 19. 
New Elk Mine starts production, Carnegie Public Library kicks off its summer reading program and a proposed ballot initiative could lower property taxes.
Dry conditions disappear in Las Animas County, a man is arrested on suspicion of sexual assault, Trinidad Rotary donates $5,000 to animal shelter and CPW is looking for public feedback. 
Las Animas County reaches a 57.2% vaccination rate, a bear sighting reminds residents to be careful with wildlife and to respect it, and feedback is being taken for the Purgatoire River visioning project. 
The Colorado General Assembly ends its session, Trinidad History Museum plans to host a book event and Colorado's COVID-19 outbreak definition.  
City Council talks housing incentives, students make custom hats and multiple events are expected to take place this weekend. 
A bill that would create a special legislative committee to review public school funding receives unanimous approval in the House Education Committee, community members bag 118 bags of trash, and the Society of Professional Journalists recogniz
An Arvada man is arrested in connection with a June 3 robbery at Powers Credit Union in Trinidad, Trinidad City Council approves CDOT agreement, a fundraiser raises $4,000 and Martin Smith is coming to town...
A second Trinidad man is arrested in connection with the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol attacks, Loves Travel Spots opens a new location off exit 49 on I-25, Thomas Bailey is sentenced for tampering with a deceased body and the summer lunch program for La
TSD1 approves for the sale of Eckhart Elementary School, CR 75.1 remains closed, and a survey shows the state of workers in Colorado's restaurant industry. 
The Triggers hold their home opener, the U.S. Marshalls and FBI warn of a  phone scam, TCF Cares Day is Saturday, June 5, First Friday Art walk starts tonight, and CR. 75.1 is closed until further notice due to storm damage.  
The Trinidad Triggers take the field, a survey shows most Colorado business owners are worried about unemployment insurance premium hikes and Michael Archuletta is appointed to Colorado's eHealth Commission. 
The Department of Energy awards $19 million in grants, the trial for a former New Mexico mayor started late last week...community events are abundant this week.  
Heavy rains last weekend caused flooding and debris, a new CEO takes the helm of Blue Star Helium and Memorial Day is this Monday and there are volunteer opportunities this Saturday.
Trinidad State will survey Fisher's Peak for artifacts, Las Animas County is set to receive $2.8 million in funding from the American Rescue Plan, and the Colorado governor relaxes mask mandate for schools. 
A new eatery opens in Trinidad, Trinidad Natural Gas plans to start meter replacement program early this summer, and University of Colorado researches find in an un-peer reviewed study that 70 percent of Coloradans will need to get vaccinated f
Carnegie Public Library's Summer Reading Program registration opens to the public today, recent rainfall improves drought conditions somewhat locally, and plague remains present in Colorado.
Gov. Jared Polis signs Colorado's 2021-2022 budget into law, the county health department rescinds its public health order, the canary birdbath breaks and San Isabel Electric Offices open to the public June 1.    
A pot grower is awarded two additional cultivation licenses, Trinidad Q1 expenditures are approved and a massive transportation bill passes the Colorado Senate.
Heavy rains increase inflow and release at Trinidad Lake, a new shop in town wants to help service people's dogs, and the New Mexico Department of Veterans Services has a new phone number for its rural veterans transportation program. 
We are back after a two day interruption. The Hoehne Farmers take home their fourth state title, Trinidad is awarded a Brownsfield Grant, Gov. Jared Polis ends state mask mandate for fully vaccinated people and signs the state's 2021 budget bil
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