We’re proud to announce another big win for HPLD, Carolyn Valencia, Outreach Librarian, has won the Colorado Libraries for Early Literacy (CLEL) Rising Star award! These are awarded to “an individual who has demonstrated exceptional work in early literacy. This person may be newer to the field and a rising star who inspires others to do outstanding early literacy work” and Carolyn certainly fits that description! Thanks for all your hard work, and thanks for inspiring the rest of us!
Book-burning through the ages, the Arctic laid bare, and capitalism under scrutiny: Books in brief
Science books? Including one on the history of book burning? Seems like a necessary read.
Andrew Robinson reviews five of the week’s best science picks.
We were pleasantly surprised by the number of people who responded to the questi…
We were pleasantly surprised by the number of people who responded to the question we posed Wednesday about face mask enforcement. We were not expecting over 1,400 comments. It’s going to take a day or two to comb through all of them. Once we do, we’ll circle back next week to keep the dialogue going. Thanks for your input.
We’d like to extend our best wishes to the Eaton Reds and Roosevelt Rough Riders…
We’d like to extend our best wishes to the Eaton Reds and Roosevelt Rough Riders as they prepare to hit the gridiron and try to capture football state championships! Know that win or lose, you’ve handled the challenges of this year and shown tremendous work ethic while advancing toward a goal. We are proud of you!
Class 2A state championship: Eaton Reds (6-2) vs. Lamar Savages (7-1) today at 2 p.m.
Led by coach Zac Lemon, the No. 5 seed Eaton Reds defeated Pagosa Springs 41-7 and Resurrection Christian 27-13 to advance to the Class 2A state championship today in Pueblo. With a victory, the Reds will capture their second football state championship in school history and avenge a 2019 playoff loss to Lamar.
Class 3A state championship: Roosevelt Rough Riders (7-0) vs. Durango Demons (7-0) Saturday at 2 p.m.
An undefeated season hangs in the balance Saturday when the top-seeded Roosevelt Rough Riders try to win their first state championship in program history in Pueblo. Roosevelt advanced to the championship game after defeating Pueblo South 49-19 last weekend. The state championship may be decided on the ground as Roosevelt averages 222.7 rushing yards per game and Durango averages 276.
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