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Charis’ “Heart of Christmas” Plays to Packed Crowds

~ by Trevor Phipps ~ Last weekend, Charis Bible College in Woodland Park touched the hearts of locals with their amazing “Heart Of Christmas” live performance.   The show, open to the public, played before a packed  house for several days. The live play was inspirational, funny, and heart-warming all at the same time.   The show started…

TMJ Sunday with John Butera

TMJ Sunday

TMJ News Sunday. With John Butera…Brought to you from Basecamp in Woodland Park at Hwy 24 and Hwy 67Going over with you some of the news high lights of our area that have happened recently. Check in with us on Sundays, and grab your free newspaper of the mountain Jackpot at one of our 150 locations…(see list here….. http://www.mountainjackpot.com/…/tmjs… )

Posted by TMJ News on Sunday, December 10, 2017

Local Holiday Shopping Spree Kicks Off With A Bang

~ by Trevor Phipps ~ During the month of November, multiple Colorado cities have broken high temperature records. Many think that the success of Black Friday had to do with the economy and the record-breaking warm weather.    The Black Friday holiday has always been known as a shopping celebration.  But other businesses saw a spike over the holiday weekend…

Election Fever Just Kicking Off in the High Country

Campaigns to start soon for city and county candidates ~ by Rick Langenberg ~   It’s one down and three or four great races to go, so hold onto your seat and get ready to make your bets.       The municipal and special district election of 2017 in southern Teller may have screeched to a…

Newmont CC&V Announces New General Manager

The Newmont Mining Corporation (Newmont) announced last week that Mike Schaffner has  assumed the role of General Manager at its Cripple Creek & Victor Mine (CC&V) in Colorado. He began this role on December 1. Schaffner brings extensive industry experience to this position. During his tenure with Newmont, Mike has held leadership positions in many teams…

Peak Internet Expands Fiber Optic Service to Divide and Summit Elementary

Peak Internet announced last week that it has completed a seven-mile run of fiber optic cable, running from Woodland Park to Divide. This expansion of Peak Internet’s service brings high-speed internet service into several rural areas, including Summit Elementary School. With this effort, Peak Internet has also built fiber lines to the company’s many microwave…