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Trinidad woman arrested in connection with killing near Aguilar

Waln was charged with conspiracy to commit first-degree murder, conspiracy to commit second-degree murder, conspiracy to commit first-degree kidnapping, and other drug charges not related to Mitchell's murder, according to the CBI.


Works of renowned artist Paul Milosevich to be featured at Trinidad State Art Show

Artist Paul Milosevich will return to his home town for a reception and art show opening on Friday, August 24 at the President’s Office at Trinidad State Junior College in Trinidad with his Fishers Peak Series.Milosevich, now 82 years old, will travel from Santa Fe, New Mexico to talk about the pain


Recent thefts cause major property losses

Three recent thefts have resulted in property losses of more than $14,000, along with property damage estimated at $300. City police are investigating all three cases, but no arrests had been made as of Monday, August 6.Just after 10 a.m. on Monday, July 23 police were dispatched to 621 Park St. on


Retired principal to stay involved in youth education

Now retired from Trinidad School District No. 1 after 24 years of service, Olivia Bachicha, most recently Principal of Eckhart Elementary School, said she would continue working on her passion for educating young people to become the leaders of tomorrow in a Friday, August 3 interview. For the prese


Mayor cleared in ethics hearings on Wednesday

Ethics Board and City Council member Rusty Goodall, right, questions Mayor Phil Rico about his actions at a recent Colorado Municipal League convention, that was the subject of a hearing on Wednesday, August 8. Rico was cleared of the ethics charge on a 3 to 1 vote. Others in the photo, left to righ


Golf association gets $25,000 for concrete slab

Trinidad’s City Council agreed to fund a concrete slab project at the Trinidad Municipal Golf Course at a cost of $25,000 at its Tuesday, August 7 meeting. Trinidad Golf Association Board President Brett Plant, left, and Board member John Tucker spoke on behalf of the proposal, which is designed to


Legislative Roundtable speakers provide information on variety of current issues

There was plenty of information at the second Legislative Roundtable held on Tuesday, July 31 in the Pioneer Room of the Sullivan Student Center at Trinidad State Junior College. State legislators, Congressional representatives, emergency service personnel, business executives and public leaders thr


It’s Always Sunny in Starkville: How Will Joe Moorhead Approach the Egg Bowl?

On today’s episode of It’s Always Sunny in Starkville, Co-Site Expert Justin Strawn returns to his series on the trends of the Dan Mullen era. in one of the last trends he will examine, Justin Strawn looks at how Joe Moorhead will approach the Egg Bowl. Will Joe Moorhead ramp up the Egg Bowl rhetori


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Man who threw himself into traffic had dark ties to Trinidad

Eric Blocker, 29, died Saturday, July 28 after he threw himself into the path of oncoming traffic on U.S. Highway 50 near mile marker 312 at 9:30 p.m. according to the Colorado State Patrol.In 2008 Blocker, then of Trinidad, beat Trinidad resident David Doyle to death and entered a plea of not guilt


PODCAST: It’s Always Sunny in Starkville: Breaking Down Bill Connelly’s Mississippi State Preview

Bill Connelly is pretty high on the Bulldogs in 2018, and the numbers he presents back up why he and fans of the Mississippi State Bulldogs should be as well. Justin tells you where he think Bill Connelly is dead on, and where he thinks the numbers might not be 100% correct on.


New Mexico man explains how he survived a bear attack

"When he saw me, he pinned his ears down and immediately made a big charge at me," said Petrini.


Gonzales pleads guilty in Aguilar arson case, to be sentenced Oct. 10

An Aguilar man pled guilty to two felony counts at a disposition hearing in Third District Court on Wednesday, August 1, which is expected to result in a sentence with the state Department of Corrections (DOC).Louis Charles Gonzales, age 53, also known as “Chaz”, pled guilty to First-Degree Arson, a


Two groups hope to apply for new horse track license in Raton

This past Monday, July 30, the New Mexico Racing Commission called a meeting to restart the process of licensing a new horse racing track.The announcement brought to light two competing groups vying to build a racetrack in Raton, along with several others across the state.One possible developer in R


Artist’s work provides rare glimpse into our area’s culture, history

It is a demonstration of the way the world moves in circles that the art of Mark Conklin has come back to Trinidad.Although Mark was born and resides in Denver, Trinidad blood courses through his veins. His grandfather, Abe Vigil, who is (and has long been) Mark’s inspiration, still resides in Trini


PODCAST: Will Information be on Lockdown During the Joe Moorhead Era?

On today’s episode of It’s Always Sunny in Starkville, Co-Site Expert Justin Strawn continues his series of examining the trends of the Dan Mullen era and whether or not Joe Moorhead will continue with these trends, both good and bad.


Racino candidates number 11 now

Just as a horse race can change suddenly and rather unexpectedly, so too, apparently, can the contest for the state’s sixth and last available racino license.


After the Fact: Butterflies are free

It was “one of those days” when, with the most wonderful of intentions, things were going unbelievable awry. My granddaughter, Torrey, was having NONE of dressing in an outfit that even remotely resembled that of her brother’s attire. Zander, two years younger at 2 or 3, was oblivious. He’d have bee


Be on the lookout: Phony fifties circulate in Trinidad

Business owners, employees and others should be on the lookout for phony money as three counterfeit $50 bills in two separate criminal cases have been reported in Trinidad recently. One of those cases resulted in the arrest of a Trinidad woman for alleged Forgery and Theft. The owner of the Wonderfu


Local CSP, Trinidad Port of Entry’s school supply drive set for Saturday at Walmart

State Trooper Randal Boepple, left, and Port of Entry Officer J.S. Angel, talked about the upcoming school supply drive for kids to be held from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. on Saturday, August 4 at the Trinidad Wal-Mart store located at 2921 Toupal Drive. The drive is a joint effort by the Colorado State P