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Donna K’s Cat Tales: Help stop animal abuse!                           

Posted: Friday, Jan 30th, 2015
Kudos to Dianna Hamilton and her crew from Valley Humane League for rescuing the three dogs that had been on chains for 11 years and for finding them loving homes. Thanks, also, to Ruth Heide and her staff, for publishing this life saving article. See the January 13th Valley Courier, Page 5.
We desperately need cat food donations. Thank you

Local author Dana Maestas shares history of San Luis

Posted: Thursday, Jan 29th, 2015
SAN LUIS -- The next addition to Arcadia Publishing's popular "Images of America" series is "San Luis" from local author Dana Maestas. The book displays more than 200 vintage images and memories from the early days of Colorado's oldest town.
Author Dana Maestas's writing has appeared in numerous publications and local newspapers.
"I am excited to share San Luis

Seniors, don’t tackle technology alone

Posted: Wednesday, Jan 28th, 2015
Good morning everyone,
Are you one of those seniors who are afraid of all the new technology and who dislike change? Well I am! Some of us think that we are too old to learn the computer and all other new ways to communicate. I work on a computer every day, but I am not good at it. I

Davises celebrate 50th

Posted: Friday, Jan 23rd, 2015
MONTE VISTA -- Leo and Jane Davis are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary.
They were married January 30th, 1965, at the Sargent Community Church.
Their children are: Holly and Rudy Benavidez of Ignacio; Jody and Chad Mortensen of Alamosa; and Shon and Lyla Davis of Monte Vista. They have six grandchildren.
Instead of an open house,

‘Panther Prowl’ winners honored

Posted: Thursday, Jan 22nd, 2015
Sierra Grande Schools announce their "Panther Prowl" winners for the second quarter. Sierra Grande School's PBiS committee has started implementing a monthly student recognition program called "Panther on the PROWL." The goal is to recognize positive behaviors school wide. Teachers nominate students that demonstrate positive behaviors and actions. Students are then recognized at a school wide assembly. Front row from

SLV Cancer Relief Fund 4th Annual Concert set

Posted: Wednesday, Jan 21st, 2015
ALAMOSA -- Music inspired by the country's Heartland, Austin and Memphis, and the high southwest will fill Leon Memorial Hall as Dana Cooper, Kelley Mickwee, and Don Richmond share their talents in a songwriter-in-the-round format to benefit the San Luis Valley Cancer Relief Fund on Saturday, February 14, at 7:30 p.m. in Leon Hall on the Adams State University campus.

Alamosa Seniors: Seniors plan spring trip

Posted: Wednesday, Jan 21st, 2015
Good morning everyone,
The Alamosa Senior Center is planning a Spring Trip from April 15 thru April 21. We will fly into Atlanta, Georgia and see all the beautiful sites in that great city. We will be there for two days. Later in the week we will drive to Savannah, Georgia and tour that historic city for another two

Lipke was StoryMakers finalist

Posted: Monday, Jan 19th, 2015
ALAMOSA -- Melody Lipke, an eighth grade at St. Peter's Lutheran School in Monte Vista and the daughter of the William Lipke family in Alamosa, was a finalist in the 2014 Rocky Mountain PBS StoryMakers contest.

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