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New observatory construction begins

Courier staff writer
ALAMOSA -- A new space to contemplate the marvels of the universe is coming soon to the Valley.
Adams State University (ASU) has a new observatory under construction on the campus' northern end courtesy of the $3.6 million Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSI) STEM

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Donald C. McQueen

Donald C. McQueen was born on November 16, 1929 and passed away on April 10, 2014.
He was born in Garden City, Kansas to Claude and Effie McQueen. As a boy Don lived with his family in Holcomb and Garden City, Kansas.
He married the

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Westerman wins Optimist contest

ALAMOSA, The Alamosa Optimist Club proudly congratulates Alamosa High School Senior Ren Westerman for taking 1st Place at the Optimist Club's Zone 10 Oratorical Contest held in Pueblo on April 6. Ren now advances to the Optimist Club's Southern Regional Contest that will be held ...more

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   The cat came back (so did the dog)

   Colorado Science and Engineering Fair ends well for SLV

   Passing the baton

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