Friday, December 11, 2020


City of Lamar Board Positions Open

Applications are currently being accepted by the City of Lamar for appointments to several city boards. Vacant board positions include the boards for Variance, Parks & Recreation, Library Advisory, Planning & Zoning, the Airport, Tree Board, Water Advisory, Historic Preservation, and Building finance corporation. Forms are available online by visiting Completed forms must be sent to the City of Lamar Administrators Office at 102 E Parmenter in Lamar. Board application deadlines are set for Wednesday December 23rd at 4pm.

Prowers County Clerk and Recorders

The Prowers County Clerk and Recorder's office remains open on an appointment only basis. Patrons are required to schedule an appointment before arrival to 336-8011. A limit on personal appearances is in effect until further notice. For individuals in need of renewing motor vehicle license plate stickers the Prowers county Clerk's ask that they be renewed on-line at:, or mailed in with renewal card and payment. Individuals may also renew over the telephone phone, or drop renewal notice cards and payments in the secure ballot drop box located in the parking lot east of the County courthouse building.

Lamar Community Building

The Lamar Community Building remains open to serve our residents. The facility has reduced capacity to 10% or 10 persons per room, with reservation and face covering requirements. For more information or to make reservations for any activity at the Community Building call 336-2774.


Colorado COVID-19 Cases Stabilize

Colorado health officials believe COVID-19 numbers have hit a stable point. State epidemiologist Dr. Rachel Herlihy [[HERR-li-HEE]] says case positivity rates and hospitalizations are trending down, even though overall case numbers remain high. Dr. John Douglas for the Tri-County Health Department believes recent public health orders have helped reduce COVID-19 transmission. Yesterday, Colorado reported nearly 39-hundred new COVID-19 cases. Fifteen-hundred-and-45 patients are in the hospital.

COVID-19 Vaccine Possibly Required for Work

There's a question over how much control employers will have with COVID-19 vaccinations getting ready to possibly be rolled out in the United States. University of Denver law professor Govind Persad [[ go-VEEND per-SAHD ]] says workers could be required to get it. Persad goes on to say employees could use things like strong religious beliefs and disabilities as arguments against vaccinations.

COVID-19 Vaccine Drill

Colorado communities are preparing for the first round of COVID-19 vaccines to arrive. Several counties participated in a vaccine distribution drill earlier this week, transporting simulated vaccines from Denver International Airport to hospitals within certain time periods. The state is set to distribute two rounds of 141-thousand-800 doses to healthcare workers and residents and workers in nursing homes by the end of the month.

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