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Elizabeth students claim prize in information contest

Out of 12 teams from schools in the Tri-County League, a group of Elizabeth eighth-graders won first place in a competition of the minds. Two groups of Elizabeth Middle School eighth-graders traveled … more

Vasquez digs into new role as mayor of Elizabeth

The election results are official and Elizabeth residents selected Megan Vasquez to be the mayor for the next two years. Vasquez, a 2004 Kiowa High School graduate, has lived in Elizabeth for 10 … more

Voters elect mayor, approve lodging tax in Elizabeth

The turnout was light for the April 3 Elizabeth municipal election, with unofficial results showing that Town Trustee Megan Vasquez was chosen as mayor and voters approved a proposal to establish a … more

Volunteers do good where flood went bad

Fun and games weren't on the spring break agenda for a team from Elizabeth — 11 young men and women and four adults — who traveled to Houston to repair flood-damaged houses to help people return … more

Elizabeth School District puts focus on budget

While much of Elbert County unpacks their swimsuits and rubs aloe vera over their post-spring break sunburn, Elizabeth School District administration searches for clever ways to construct the 2018-19 … more

Frontier High School keeps youths on track

A lack of credits. Behavior issues. No high school diploma in sight. Students across Elbert County and beyond apply to Frontier High School to obtain the future that eluded them in a traditional … more

March 12 is mailing date for Elizabeth ballots

Elizabeth will begin sending mail-in ballots for this year's municipal election to registered voters starting March 12, about three weeks before the completed ballots must be received by the town … more

Elizabeth kicks off holiday season

The community tree-lighting on Dec. 1 and the tree auction and Santa's arrival on Dec. 7 make up the schedule for the Elizabeth Festival of Trees. “We put together this event to help bring in the … more

Center offers fleece of mind

After raising and loving alpacas for almost 10 years and learning all about the warmth and beauty of items made from alpaca fleece, Kate Blackburn said it seemed natural to bring the Antelope Alpacas Fiber Arts Center to Main Street in … more

Cardinals climb to softball quarterfinals

Elizabeth’s outstanding play took the Cardinals to the quarterfinals at the Oct. 20 state Class 4A softball tournament, where a loss to Mullen ended the team’s bid for a state title. “We wanted the season to continue, but that didn’t … more
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