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Ski Hi view

Posted: Tuesday, Jul 29th, 2014
The Ski Hi Stampede lit up Monte Vista over the weekend.

Valley garden tour planned

Posted: Tuesday, Jul 29th, 2014
VALLEY -- Area families invite visitors to the 2014 Valley Garden Tour scheduled from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, August 9. Chuck Rasmussen and Jill Wasinger organized and created the Valley Garden Tour and hope it will grow in years to come.
Pre-registrations are not required. This is a come-and-go event, so feel free to stop by

Bikes, skateboards donated to Boys and Girls Clubs

Posted: Friday, Jul 25th, 2014
Following a successful auto sales promotion through the month of June, Town and Country Automall of Alamosa was able to gather 30 bicycles and skateboards, most of which were brand new, and donate them to the Boys and Girls Clubs of the San Luis Valley. Representing Town and Country on the left are Justin Hacsi and Jon Griffin, and accepting

Active Senior Celebration

Posted: Wednesday, Jul 23rd, 2014
Good morning everyone,
On Friday, August 1, the Alamosa Senior will host the Active Senior Celebration. Patt Morgan-Lloyd has been instrumental in these celebrations every year. This is also a simple solution expo, and there will be tips, tools and strategies for independent living. There will also be an informative booth on Alzheimer's. Lunch will be served at noon.

Please help find Angel

Posted: Tuesday, Jul 22nd, 2014
Angel, a 6-7-year-old mixed breed, possibly pit, boxer and/or hound, has been missing since Saturday morning from the Forbes Park area, about 10 miles east of Fort Garland at County Road 25 and Highway 160. She is currently thin, about 45-50 pounds, is very sweet and should be wearing a tattered green collar. If seen, please call Cece Scurlock at

Sanford loves a parade

Modified: Friday, Jul 18th, 2014
The youngest parade rider led the Sanford Pioneer Days parade off by waving a mini flag down Main Street on Thursday morning.

Manassa hamburger stand celebrates 60-year history

Posted: Thursday, Jul 17th, 2014
MANASSA -- When asked what they remember most about Manassa's annual Mormon Pioneer Days Celebration, most people will mention the hamburger stand.
Every year, the lines begin early as people gather to enjoy a simple hamburger, pop and chips.
"I'll take 15," one person will order. The next may ask for eight.
The lines move quickly, and it's always

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