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After 12 hours of public hearings that spanned three evenings and concluded on Sept. 7, the application for the housing development known as Independence in Elbert County was unanimously approved by the three-member Board of County … more
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A petition showing support for third terms for the Elbert County treasurer and sheriff was formally presented to the county commissioners at the Aug. 24 BOCC meeting. The measure would be included on the November ballot and would allow citizens … more
For people who crave the freshest produce, farmers markets are often the first place they turn to find what they want. The Town of Elizabeth provides a local option for area residents Shoppers at the Town of Elizabeth Farmers Market, which opened … more
For the 24 young riders of the Blazing Saddles drill team, having the opportunity to ride their horses and perform at rodeo events throughout the region means a commitment to once-a-week practices, riding in all weather conditions (except … more
After three Elbert County Planning Commission meetings and months of study, the planning commission has approved the applications for the Independence development through a process of eight motions, during a July 18 meeting that was a continuance of … more
Reading from a prepared statement at the start of the board of county commissioners meeting on July 12, former Elbert County Attorney Wade Gateley took to the lectern to speak about his professional departure from the county. Gateley, who … more
With the theme “There’s No Place Like Fair” leading the way to attract Elbert County citizens both native and new, Elbert County kicks off its 83rd annual county fair. From Aug. 1-6 the Elbert County Fair will host activities and events … more
Eagle’s Nest Ranch ministry in northern Elizabeth is set on the rolling hills just outside Parker, with Indian paintbrush wildflowers and wish-blows mixed into the blowing grasses. “We’re a horse ranch ministry giving people who are … more
After months of consideration and logistical process, Elbert County now officially owns the former Bank of the West building at 440 Comanche St. in Kiowa. “We've got the bank building, done our due diligence, gone through everything,” said … more
Upon entering the Elizabeth Stampede Rodeo at Casey Jones Park, it was easy to see why the Stampede is considered one of the best family-friendly Colorado events of the summer. On June 3, visitors were greeted with bouncy houses — $5 for an … more
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