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Angelica case gets national media attention

The Steve Wilkos television show featured the missing persons case of Alamosan Angelica Sandoval, shown with her daughter, on Tuesday. Angelica, who was 21 at the time, disappeared in February 2011 leaving her 1-year-old daughter at her residence while she went back to her car ...more

   San Luis Valley is on space business radar

   Driver in crash allegedly smoked pot

   Bennet supports aviation

   Sheriff candidates attend debate

   Congressional candidates face off

   Human services prepares for rush

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Warren Douglas “Chip” Carruth, Jr.

Warren Douglas "Chip" Carruth, Jr. was born in Pueblo on March 3, 1971. He departed this world Friday, September 5, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Chip grew up in Riverton, Wyoming, graduating from Riverton High School in 1989. He attended and graduated from Wayland Baptist ...more

   Warren Douglas “Chip” Carruth, Jr.

   William “Billy” R. Kingery, 66

   Martha Felicita Rolling Medina, 77

   Anthony Manuel Trujillo, 56

   Juanita Roberta Martinez, 78

   William “Willie” Lawrence Luna, 69

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Mary Cleo Trujillo

Alamosa resident Mary Cleo Trujillo, 65, passed away September 24, 2014 at the Parkview Medical Center in Pueblo.
Mary was born in Manzano, New Mexico on February 1, 1949 to Antonio B. and Celina Serna Sedillo. She married Manuel Florentino Trujillo, Sr.

   Letter to the editor: 4-H Fair donors thanked

   Letter to the editor: Education is the ticket out of poverty

   Letter to the editor: Thanks for helping K-9 unit

   Letter to the editor: Re: Sermon: Past, present and future, Friday, September 5, 2014

   Piece of Mind: Support local theatre

   Rabbitbrush Rambler: Fungus fascination

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'Superheroes' come to Cooley's rescue

Courier editor
ALAMOSA -- Alice Cooley's superheroes weren't wearing masks or capes this summer.
Most of them weren't even old enough to drive.
But they saved the day, nonetheless.
Literally shoring up her house in rural Alamosa County, volunteers from Christian Community Service Projects (CCSP)

   Alamosa Seniors: ASU partners with senior center

   Menus for Senior Centers

   Laytons celebrate 50th!

   Part 5—Causes of homelessness not always apparent

   Sub-district No. 1: a water management tool

   Part 4 — Shelter provides hope

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