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Deputy, Man And Child Killed In Crash In Southern Colorado Identified
VALDEZ, Colo. (CBS4) – Two sheriff’s vehicles crashed into a car in southern Colorado, killing a deputy, the car’s driver and a year-old baby. Colorado State Patrol investigators say the Las Animas County deputies were responding to a possible domestic disturbance when they crashed into an oncoming
Family of mother and toddler killed in three car crash react to tragic loss
LAS ANIMAS COUNTY, Colo. - A community is in mourning following a deadly three car crash that killed a mother, her one-year-old son and a Las Animas County Sheriff's Sergeant. The deadly crash happened on Highway 12 after 8 PM Wednesday night, just east of Valdez near Trinidad.
Purple Toad eager to serve Trinidad and city’s visitors
The Purple Toad Social Tap and Grill opened recently with packed houses of curious locals and intrigued travelers wanting to experience the new gastro-pub now filling the former Duran Oil Company building off of Commercial St., right off I-25.
3 killed — including 1-year-old and sheriff’s sergeant — in crash involving 2 patrol vehicles in southern Colorado
Three people from Trinidad were killed Wednesday night after two patrol vehicles from the Las Animas County Sheriff’s Office crashed into another car while the deputies were en route to a call.
3 killed in crash near Trinidad
A five-year deputy with the Las Animas County Sheriff’s Office was killed late Wednesday in a crash that also claimed the lives of a 23-year-old Trinidad woman and a 1-year-old.
A Colorado Mom Went Missing on Thanksgiving Day...So Why Did Her Boss Receive a Text Message From Her 3 Days Later?
A young mother's disappearance has captivated the nation. Again. Kelsey Berreth was last seen in public on Thanksgiving Day shopping at a grocery store in Colorado, and the details that have emerged since she was reported missing over 10 days later are already pretty shocking.
Colorado Springs Dutch Bros. offering 9-stamp day Monday to raise money for student with cancer
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Colorado Springs Dutch Bros. stores are participating in a fundraiser Monday to benefit Coronado High School senior Noah Richardson. Noah was recently diagnosed with stage four cancer. On Monday, all local Dutch Bros. will be donating 100 percent of their proceeds to Noah a
Dr. Hart is interim TSJC president
VALLEY — Colorado Community College System (CCCS) Chancellor Joe Garcia announced on Wednesday the appointment of Dr. Kerry Hart as interim president of Trinidad State Junior College (TSJC). Dr. Hart is expected to begin his new role in January 2019.
4-H building gets new barn door
The Huerfano County Fair Board has a new door in place on the indoor arena facility. We would like to thank Community Banks of Colorado, First National Bank of Trinidad, and the Spanish Music Festival for their generous donations which made this upgrade possible. Pictured left to right: Jennifer Cor
Hoehne students visit Spring Fire burn scar
On Friday, November 9, the Hoehne Ag II and Ag III classes visited the Huerfano County NRCS (Natural Resources Conservation Service) District office in Walsenburg. There they spoke with Tony Arnold the DC and Kelsey Price a Soil Conservationist. They told the students about the effects of fires earl
Deputy, child among those killed in 3-vehicle crash near Trinidad
VALDEZ, Colo. (KKTV) - Three people including a child and a deputy were killed after colliding with two deputy cruisers Wednesday night. Colorado State Patrol says the deputies were heading to a domestic disturbance call when the crash happened. The cruisers were going one direction on Highway 12 an
Local man jailed for assault in domestic incident
A Trinidad man faces an assault charge after his alleged role in a domestic incident that occurred on Monday, November 26. Trinidad Police were called to an apartment in the 300 block of East North Avenue at approximately 11:30 p.m. and, after assessing the situation and speaking to witnesses, arres
Shop with a Cop 2018 ready to roll this week
Trinidad Police Department will be holding its 5th annual Shop with a Cop event on Friday, December 15. If you see a line of police cars escorting the Trinidad Trolley during the morning please wave at the kiddos inside.
Thursday Crime Stories: Wife’s friends smelled a rat in Colorado killer dad Chris Watts
Nancy Grace’s website CrimeOnline.com obtained more revealing documents and recordings from the investigation of Colorado killer dad Chris Watts. Grace discusses the revelations with forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan — author of “Blood Beneath My Feet,” North Carolina family & divorce lawyer Kath
Council approves $51,149,175 million for upcoming 2019 fiscal year budget
After a public hearing and two readings, Trinidad’s City Council unanimously passed a resolution supporting an ordinance for a budget appropriation calling for expenditures of $51,149,175 for Fiscal Year 2019 at a Special Meeting held on Monday, December 10 at City Hall.
The Celtic Phoenix: Local author introduces exciting new book at library book signing on Friday
The Carnegie Public Library is excited to host a book signing introducing Trinidad’s own Kim Krisco’s newest Sherlock Holmes novel, The Celtic Phoenix. Krisco will be at the library for this event from 5 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. on Friday, December 14. This event is free and open to the public.
New Chief District Court Judge looks forward to future
The stretch of Interstate 25 between Trinidad and Walsenburg is very familiar to new Chief District Court Judge Leslie J. Gerbracht because she started her legal career as a Deputy Public Defender in Walsenburg in 1995, before being named a District Court Judge in January of 2007. With a new justice
Council approves $145,000 from marijuana sales tax for city employee bonus
It should be a joyous holiday season for Trinidad city employees, as City Council members unanimously approved a resolution supporting a one-time, $1,000 annual bonus for 2018 for all of the city’s approximately 145 employees. The approximately $145,000 needed for the bonuses will come from the city
Trinidad Salud Family Health welcomes new provider to Mt. Carmel
Trinidad Salud Family Health Centers is welcoming a new provider to the practice, Gwyndolyn Snyder a Nurse Practitioner. Snyder received her Master’s Degree in Nursing from Walden University in Minneapolis, Minn. She specializes in Adult-Gerontology and providing comprehensive, primary care for pati
TYC celebrates Grinch Festival, entertains local kids for holidays
This past Saturday, Dec. 1, the Youth Club of Trinidad (TYC) celebrated their second annual Grinch Festival at the club to provide holiday entertainment for local kids and raise funds for TYC.