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Newest family physician has deep Trinidad roots

Dr. Abigail Norris, Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, D.O., said she is thrilled to be back in her hometown of Trinidad, as she began practicing Family Medicine at the clinic of Mt. San Rafael Hospital in late 2017 after completing her residency at St. Anthony Hospital in Oklahoma City. A 2006 graduat

THECHRONICLE-NEWS.COM - 2018-01-16 19:54:00

Sayre Senior Center leader wins TCF's City of Champions Award

It was great to start off the week on Monday with a completely clean dining room at the H.E. Sayre Senior Center, located at 1222 San Pedro St., until one of the center's members managed to spill an entire glass of water onto what had been a spic-and-span floor. It was just another mishap in the wor

THECHRONICLE-NEWS.COM - 2018-01-16 19:57:00

Colfax County burn ban in effect

A majority of the fire districts in Colfax County are under a burn ban until further notice. The ban became effective Thursday (Jan. 4) and includes the Farley, Miami, French Tract, Vermejo Park and Raton districts. "No outside smoking is permitted except within a 3-foot diameter barren area. The us


Progress continues at Holy Innocents Catholic Church

Susie Martin said it was her promise to God to dedicate her life to his service after a health crisis and what she described as a "miraculous" meeting between her and Father Peter Raleigh, that led to opening Trinidad's Holy Innocents Catholic Church, nearly four years ago. Progress continues, but w


Lady Miner Hoops suffer frustrating loss to Sanford 26-13.

The Lady Miner basketball team opened home court at Donnelly Gym Jan. 9 to host the Sanford Indians in a prelude to the thickest calendar of the winter sports season. The Lady Miners lost to the Indians 26-13. Trinidad High School student-athlete senior No.12 Frieda Ochoa provided one of the few sou


Mayor, new city council members take oaths of office

It was a changing of the guard for Trinidad's City Council at its Tuesday, January 2 meeting as two new council members, Karen Griego and Rusty Goodall were sworn into office to begin serving their terms of office, while Incumbent Council member Anthony Mattie began serving another four-year term. D


Deck the Halls winners honored for outstanding efforts

The winners of Trinidad's Deck the Halls Business Spirit Competition were honored with colorful ribbons on Friday, December 29. Trinidad Economic Development sponsored the competition, which was hosted by Trinidad's Main Street group while the Hometown Holidays group provided the colorful ribbons. A


Wave of earthquakes usher in Las Animas County New Year

A magnitude 4.0 earthquake was reported northwest of Trinidad at approximately 4:45 p.m. on Saturday, December 30, according to information from the U. S. Geological Survey (USGS). There were no immediate reports of casualties, injuries or property damage due to the tremblor, whose epicenter was loc


Police identify victim in fatal Route 40 crash

HAVRE DE GRACE, Md. - Dramatic images captured in the aftermath of the crash show the crushed metal where a 2005 Suburu Outback slammed into a pole on Route 40 in Havre de Grace killing the driver identified as 42-year old Terrence Gibson, Sr. of Columbia. "The state troopers got out of their vehicl

ABC2 NEWS - 2018-01-17 00:58:26

Police ID Driver, Passengers In Stolen Car Crash

HAVRE DE GRACE, MD - Police have identified the four people inside a car that crashed into a pole on US 40 in Havre de Grace Monday night following a protracted chase. Charges are pending in the case, according to officials. Police said that a trooper from the North East barrack tried to stop the 20

PATCH - 2018-01-16 18:16:44

1-2 inches of snow expected to fall tonight, tomorrow

There's more snow in the forecast for Tuesday night and Wednesday morning. Delaware is expected to experience another snowfall of between 1-2 inches starting Tuesday evening. A light dusting of snow fell in Wilmington Tuesday morning, but only flurries are expected before dark. The winter weather

DELAWARE ONLINE - 2018-01-16 14:39:06

Driver dead, 3 injured in Maryland police chase, crash

HAVRE DE GRACE, Md. (AP) - Authorities say one person has died following a police chase culminating in a single-car crash that injured three others in Maryland. Maryland State Police say in a release that, on Monday night, a trooper in Cecil County attempted to conduct a traffic stop on a car report

CUMBERLAND TIMES-NEWS - 2018-01-16 17:27:53

Police: Pastor's son tried to rape boy at church

ELKTON - An 18-year-old man is facing seven criminal charges in connection with him allegedly molesting a boy, 12, on two separate occasions at an Elkton church - where the suspect's father serves as pastor - and also electronically sending a graphic photo of himself to a girl, 13, along with a soli

CECIL DAILY - 2018-01-17 00:00:00

VIDEO | Serious crime in Newark down in 2017

The Newark Police Department said serious crimes in the municipality were down in 2017, continuing a 10-year trend. According to department statistics Part 1 Crimes, which are the most serious, dropped 18.6% and have declined 43.1% since 2007. Lt. Fred Nelson said a number of police initiatives over

WDEL 1150AM - 2018-01-15 18:24:00

Pike Creek: Shots fired into occupied car

Embed x Share CLOSE PLAYLIST: DELAWARE CRIME Children safe after stolen vehicle found | 0:29 A woman left her car with two children in a Wawa parking lot near Stanton to quickly run in, and when she came out five minutes later, the car-and the kids inside-were gone. 1/5/18 John J. Jankowski Jr. & D

DELAWARE ONLINE - 2018-01-17 01:38:12

Convicted sex offender at large in Cecil County case

ELKTON - Investigators are trying to find a convicted sex offender who - for the second time since April - has failed to register with the Cecil County Sex Offender Registry, police reported. The suspect, Bryan Stayathome, 31, also failed to notify the registry of an address change, according to the

CECIL DAILY - 2018-01-16 13:49:00

Man gets less than a year in prison for 2014 shooting involving now-dead cop

Fernando "Fern" Lopez was caught on film firing a gun into the air outside a River West nightclub in 2014. He was arrested that same night, after he was shot by an off-duty Cook County correctional officer. On Tuesday, a judge opted to give him less than a year in prison. Cook County Circuit Judge M

CHICAGO SUN-TIMES - 2018-01-16 22:27:00

Police: Tire deflation device used to end chase, arrest gang members in Boone County

BELVIDERE - Police say two gang members from Elgin were arrested Sunday after they led police on a chase that ended shortly after the use of a tire deflation device disabled the stolen vehicle they were driving. The Boone County Sheriff's Department announced the arrests on Tuesday in a news release

ROCKFORD REGISTER-STAR - 2018-01-17 00:17:05

Two gubernatorial candidates support repealing Illinois's rent control ban

As the March gubernatorial primary approaches, two candidates have now expressed support for repealing Illinois's Rent Control Preemption Act-a 1997 law that prohibits municipalities from enacting any form of regulation on residential or commercial rent prices. This week state senator Daniel Biss a

CHICAGO READER - 2018-01-17 01:06:00

Man Charged With First Degree Murder After Shooting Outside Suburban Mall

A Chicago Man was charged with first degree murder and aggravated battery with a firearm on Tuesday, after killing a woman and wounding a girl in a shooting outside a suburban mall Saturday evening, authorities said. At 5:46 p.m., officers responded to a call of shots fired in the southwest parking

NBC CHICAGO - 2018-01-16 22:41:08