LAMAR HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL STAR PITCHES IN FUTURES GAME
The 2015 Colorado High School Futures Game (formally Top 40 Game) took place at Coors Field yesterday. Lamar High School senior Brent Crampton was selected to pitch for the black or senior team. Brent pitched the second inning of a nine inning game that the black won 10-9. The focus of the game is showcase the top high school seniors and juniors in a nine inning game at Coors Field. All the players were treated to a lunch and a tour prior to the game. (7 photos) ... See MoreSee Less
ONE WEEK LEFT TO CAST YOUR BALLOT FOR PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARDS IN PROWERS COUNTY
Don't forget to cast your ballot in the Lamar Ledger People's Choice Awards! Only ballots clipped out of the paper will be counted. Those ballots can either be returned to the Ledger office in Lamar or mailed back by sending it to People's Choice, PO Box 1217, Lamar Colorado 81052. All ballots must be received by 1 pm on Friday June 5th!
Now in the People Section of the ballot under #41 you will see favorite radio personality. May I suggest four people for you to consider from 105.7 KVAY?
Travis Williams is the morning DJ here and host of Talk of the Valley. Travis brings a high energy fun time for the listeners and offers giveaways with trivia contests in his show.
Amy Jacobs is the midday DJ and brings a great style of entertainment to her show. Amy continues in the day to give listeners a chance to win great prizes as well as plays the best in country music. Amy also does play by play for KVAY Sports and is the voice of high school volleyball on air!
Matt Mata is the new DJ in the afternoons. Like Travis and Amy, Matt plays the best in country music and continues the winning for listeners in his show through trivia contests!
Scott Humphrey is the News and Sports Director for 105.7 KVAY, He is also the voice of high school football on air as well as play by play in other sports. Scott also provides severe weather coverage with up to the minute updates.
Get your ballots in soon as there is only 7 days left. The winners will be published in the June 26th Lamar Ledger. ... See MoreSee Less
McDonald’s believes it has the solution to declining sales and it starts with warmer buns. The world’s largest fast-food chain is “recommitting to hotter, tastier food,” said CEO Steve Easterbrook, who has launched a new strategic turnaround plan. To make that happen, McDonald’s will now toast its burger buns 5 seconds longer, thus making the bread 15 degrees warmer. It will also bring the heat to its burger patties. The chain will change the way it sears and grills its beef so it’s juicier, though the company didn’t elaborate on the details. This isn’t the first time McDonald’s has futzed with its toasting levels. In the 1990's, the chain gave up toasting its buns altogether in exchange for efficiency, but the quality decline didn’t go over so well. By 1997, McDonald’s changed its mind and required new stores to install toasting equipment at a cost of about $7,000 per location. McDonald's currently has locations in the listening area in La Junta and Lamar. ... See MoreSee Less
Title - Air Gas
Left Front Door - Rocky Mountain Mobile Truck Service Center
Left Rear Door - Community State Bank
Right Front Door - Golden Plains Insurance
Right Rear Door - Lamar Civic Federal Credit Union
Right Front Fender - Daniels Construction
Left Front Fender - Buzzards Roost
Right Rear Fender - Big R
Left Rear Fender - Ports to Plains Travel Plaza
Trunk/Bumber - A.Y.E. Paisana Bail Bonds
Right and Left Rear Glass - American Family Insurance Tonya L. Chavira Agency
Location - Kenroe's Olive Street Station
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