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Cannabis Companies Generously Support Their Communities But Don't Get to Deduct It From Their Taxes
As we come into the home stretch of 2018, the cannabis industry is thinking about big important things. You know…MJBizConin Las Vegas, the upcoming holidays, end-of-year tax planning. Rest assured, the last group is smallest by far. But not for the reason you’d think.
Chevrolet Introduces Two New Colorado Models for the 2019 Model Year
It has officially been four years since Chevrolet reintroduced the Colorado mid-size truck to its lineup. In the years that have followed, other automakers have added entries to the segment, with the Colorado still leading the pack.
Pair of close races define Las Animas County election
Currently, before the final provisional ballots are confirmed eight days from now, Felix Lopez leads opponent Dean Moltrer in the race for county commissioner in District No. 1 by just four votes. Meanwhile, Trinidad School District No. 1 ballot issue 4A (the mill levy override) has just one more “y
People in Colorado Drove 150 Miles to Get 100 McRibs from McDonald's | Shawn Patrick | Big 97.9
I don't get the love affair with the mystery meat sandwich that McDonald's sometimes has called the McRib, but its real!
Fatal Rollover on US 64 in Colfax County
Colfax County, NM - On November 7, 2018 just after midnight the New Mexico State Police investigated a fatal crash on U.S. 64 at about mile post 282 near Eagle Nest.
Hoehne advances to quarter finals
Claims big win over Dayspring Christian; hosts Rangely Saturday by Robert “Doc” Leonetti and David J. Santistevan Jr. HOEHNE — The #5 Hoehne Farmers (9-1) did what it takes to win a Colorado Class 1A 8-Man state football playoff game last Saturday, rushing for 427-yards on 53 rushing attempts, and r
New beginnning: Writing the next chapter
As we reported yesterday, The Chronicle-News, one of Trinidad’s longest standing institutions, has new ownership. As such, and as a staff, our employment through American Press and the Shearman family ended and we were offered employment through the new locally owned corporation Chronicle-News Media
New drought improvements for southeast Colorado, west continues to suffer
Extreme drought disappeared from Pueblo County over the past week, while other drought levels continued to recede from other southeastern counties. Western and south-central Colorado largely remains in extreme and exceptional drought, the two worst categories.
Fire-breathing dragon car missing at Steamboat’s Halloween Stroll
"We are sad and feel a little bad that we let down Steamboat this year," said Charlie Holthausen, who has created two car-sized, fire-breathing dragons that have made appearances at Halloween celebrations in Steamboat for the past six years.
Las Animas County Commission supports Prop 110, denies 112
by Bill Knowles TRINIDAD — The Las Animas County Commission voted 3-0 to support Proposition 110 while voting 3-0 to withhold support of Proposition 112 during a special meeting on Thursday, Oct. 25. They also voted 3-0 to lengthen County Road 53.1. County Road 53.1 runs through the Long’s Canyon ar
State Police Capture Colorado Robbery Suspect
Mora County, NM - On November 9, 2018, at around 1:30 p.m. the New Mexico State Police was alerted to a vehicle pursuit traveling south on Interstate 25 from Colorado into New Mexico.
Voters reject controversial oil and gas measure in Colorado
DENVER — Colorado voters were projected to turn down Proposition 112, the controversial oil and gas setback measure. The measure would’ve restricted new oil and gas development.
The Latest Election Night Coverage in New Mexico
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) - It's Election Night! KRQE News 13 will be doing live updates every hour. View results of the races in New Mexico here >> Here's a look at the Democratic watch party at Hotel Albuquerque tonight. I'm covering Rep. Michelle Lujan Grisham in the race for Governor. @krqevallez
Lujan Grisham on track to be New Mexico’s next governor
Unofficial returns currently have Lujan Grisham leading Republican Steve Pearce by 11 points with about 276,000 votes counted. With Santa Fe and Doña Ana counties yet to report any results, Lujan Grisham’s lead may grow.
Democrat Deb Haaland’s win in New Mexico is historic
Haaland, a member of the Pueblo of Laguna and the former chair of the New Mexico state Democratic Party, won New Mexico’s blue-leaning First Congressional District on Tuesday night. She joins Kansas Democrat Sharice Davids; they are the first two Native American women going to Congress. The two wome
New Mexico Midterm Election Results
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Drought Conditions Continue to Improve across Southeast Colorado - The Prowers Journal
Abundant precipitation over the Summer of 2018 across southeast Colorado has continued throughout the early Fall, with several weather systems bringing more beneficial precipitation across the area in September and October. This abundant moisture has brought an end to the drought across portions of
Colfax County signs $600,000 contract to provide outpatient mental health services for jail inmates
by Carol Bridge RATON, N.M. — Colfax County Commissioners will spend $600,000 over the next three years to provide outpatient mental-health services and drug treatment for prisoners released from county jail. During Tuesday’s meeting, commissioners signed a contract with Healthcare Partners to provi
Voter turnout: A week to go and soaring
Huerfano votes cast in first 10 days more than double 2014 midterm numbers. In Las Animas County, ballots are up by 21 percent over last midterm. by Mark Craddock HUERFANO/ LAS ANIMAS — With just under a week to go until Tuesday’s election, Huerfano County mail-in ballots are pouring into the county
2 Missouri students hurt in Illinois crash file lawsuit
The Joplin Globereports that Lexa Curtis, of Lamar, Missouri, and Brianna Allen, of Oswego, Kansas, are seeking damages for "severe and permanent injuries" and "great pain and anguish."