About Us

The Goal of The Lost Creek Guide is to help promote the people, politics, and culture that reflect the rural areas we serve. You might say, “It’s about who we are – a celebration of our differences and our similarities!” Each community within our region has it’s own unique culture, yet they face many similar issues. There are articles in every issue written specifically to promote our communities in a positive and informed manner. We encourage our readers to take advantage of the local services and products offered in their areas. We strive to illustrate to our readers that their local retailers are sources of expert services and products.

The Lost Creek Guide has been in business for eight years. We are locally owned and operated. Our staff consists of people with a variety of talents. We provide a well-rounded range of content in our publication, making the stories interesting and desirable.The paper is printed bi-monthly, on the 1st and 15th, and is sent to homes and businesses in South Weld County, Morgan County, and rural Adams County. We distribute to over 15,000 residential and business addresses on the 1st and the 15th of the month. Our special editions (focused on Agriculture, and Oil & Gas) are distributed to over 40,000 residential and business addresses in Northeast Colorado five times per year. Our paper is read by a community of avid supporters of their local businesses, communities, and local economy.

We welcome your comments and suggestions on our blog as we try to stimulate thought, as that helps make us all grow.

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Please Join Employment Services Of Weld County And The Carbon Valley Chamber Of Commerce For A Job Fair
Now hiring in the following industry sectors: Healthcare, Construction, Manufacturing, Transportation, and Information Technology.
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The Cannabis Conversation Aims To Identify Solutions To Marijuana-Impaired Driving
New drugged driving campaign invites all Coloradans to provide input
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The Weld Central Rebels Wrestling team finished in 8th place at the Colorado State
Wrestling Tournament over the weekend. Highlighting the event were the state finals, where two Rebels were crowned champions (a first in school history). Jimmy LaConte was crowned champion at 160lbs and Quentin Jiner took home the Gold medal at 170lbs. Also stepping on the podium for the rebels was Junior Santana Hernandez, who after losing his first round match, wrestled hard through the consolation bracket to finish in 5th place. The Rebels had four other qualifiers compete at the Pepsi Center over the weekend. Kolton Robertson went 1-2 at the tournament before being eliminated. Wyatt Thyfault, Tanner Baumgartner, and Rieley Roskop all went 2-2 over the weekend. They were all eliminated from the tournament early Saturday morning. If they would have won that match they would have placed in the top 6 individually at the tournament.
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18th Annual Southeast Weld Young Farmers Casino Night ... See MoreSee Less

CSU/Weld County Extension & Weld County Livestock Association Presents: 2nd Swine Seminar ... See MoreSee Less

The Wiggins FFA and Wiggins FFA Alumni invite you to attend their FFA Hired Hand Auction and Alumni Steak Sandwich Supper Scholarship Fundraiser.
This event will take place on Monday, March 12th, 2018, in the Wiggins Elementary Gym. The supper begins at 6:00 P.M., followed by the Hired Hand Auction at 7:00 P.M. The supper is sponsored by the Wiggins FFA Alumni Association. Steak sandwich meal tickets are $9.00 a piece and a hotdog meal is $3.00. Proceeds from this will supplement the FFA Alumni Scholarship Fund. Pre-purchase tickets from any Wiggins FFA Alumni member, Wiggins FFA member, or by calling the Wiggins Agriculture Education Department at 483-7762, ext. 4213. Tickets may also be purchased at the door. ow.ly/d/7kbX
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