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Alamosa welcomes comp plan input

Posted: Tuesday, Dec 6th, 2016
Courier Editor
ALAMOSA -- Those who missed public input meetings last week regarding Alamosa's proposed comprehensive plan still have an opportunity to review and comment on the plan before it goes to the city planning commission for approval next month.
The planning commission will hold a public hearing on the plan during their meeting the end of January, with possible

New Speaker of the House hits the ground running

Posted: Saturday, Dec 3rd, 2016
Courier Editor
ALAMOSA -- New Colorado Speaker of the House Crisanta Duran is already preparing for the new legislative session in January.
"I am looking forward to the upcoming session and to working with Republicans and Democrats to address issues Coloradans deal with every single day," she said during a visit this week to the San Luis Valley.
A Democrat

World AIDS Day observed at ASU

Posted: Friday, Dec 2nd, 2016
The vocal jazz ensemble 68 West started the World AIDS Day candlelight vigil by performing "Seasons of Love" from the musical "RENT" on Thursday, Dec. 1. The group also sang Cyndi Lauper's "True Colors."
Students, faculty and community members hold a candlelight vigil to remember those who have died from AIDS at Adams State University's Student Union Building for World

Rust murder suspect bound over

Posted: Thursday, Dec 1st, 2016
SAGUACHE -- A visiting judge ruled late Wednesday there is probable cause to try Charles Moises Gonzales, 46, on all four counts in the murder of Michael D. Rust -- first-degree murder, first-degree burglary, tampering with evidence and possession of a weapon by a previous offender.
Crime of violence enhancers are attached to the murder and burglary charges.

Former resident charged with toddler's death

Posted: Thursday, Dec 1st, 2016
SANTA FE, N.M. -- Former Alamosa resident Miranda Rabago, 27, most recently living in Santa Fe, N.M., is in custody for the death of her 18-month-old son Ares Baroz who was born May 5, 2015 at San Luis Valley Health in Alamosa.
Rabago was arrested and charged with child abuse and reckless child abuse resulting in death in connection with

No reduced bond for Devin Cooper

Posted: Thursday, Dec 1st, 2016
Courier editor
ALAMOSA -- Whether he had something to do with his death or the disposal of Floyd Dale McBride's body afterwards, Devin Cooper, 19, will not post bail short of $500,000.
Alamosa County Court Judge Daniel Walzl on Wednesday denied a motion from Cooper's attorney Guillermo Garibay to reduce Cooper's bond to $100,000.

One of the suspects in McBride murder case sentenced on burglary charge

Posted: Wednesday, Nov 30th, 2016
Courier Editor
ALAMOSA -- Drugs have been Theodora Travers' downfall, District Judge Michael Gonzales told her Tuesday when he sentenced her for a 2015 burglary case.
"I can't tell you what a mess you have made for yourself and your life, how deep in the hole of drugs you have allowed yourself to go down and stay down," Gonzales told

November ends with chilly flurries

Posted: Tuesday, Nov 29th, 2016
Courier Editor
ALAMOSA -- After a predominantly mild November, Alamosa received its first full snowfall over the weekend, with no more 50-degree days in sight for some time.
In fact, high temperatures will barely rise above freezing in the San Luis Valley in the foreseeable future.
It could be worse, however. In 1952, the low temperature was 27 degrees below

Comp plan ready for more public input

Posted: Friday, Nov 25th, 2016
Courier Editor
ALAMOSA -- Local residents helped design Alamosa's future through comprehensive planning sessions in the past and have another opportunity next week to make sure their ideas are incorporated in the plan.
The city with consultant RPI Consulting plans two public input open houses for residents to give feedback on the draft comprehensive plan: from 6-7:30 p.m. on Wednesday,

Shop Small Saturday!

Posted: Friday, Nov 25th, 2016
Shop San Luis Valley small businesses for Christmas.

La Puente shares Thanksgiving with community

Posted: Friday, Nov 25th, 2016
In its annual tradition of a community Thanksgiving dinner, La Puente in Alamosa opened its doors to all who wanted to share in a meal and fellowship together on Thursday. No on left hungry after the turkey dinner with all the fixings.

It's a hand off as Deb on pies and rolls makes a successful dinner roll pass to

Quinoa: cash crop for SLV?

Posted: Wednesday, Nov 23rd, 2016
Courier Editor
ALAMOSA -- A crop with a long history in South America may have a future in the San Luis Valley.
Quinoa, a versatile and protein-rich seed, has been grown in the mountains of Peru, Bolivia and Ecuador for generations. Its proclivity towards high altitudes and cool, dry climates makes it a good fit for the Valley, where some

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