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Local officials honored at CML conference

Posted: Thursday, Jul 30th, 2015
Receiving recognition for advanced training during the 93rd Colorado Municipal League (CML) Annual Conference this summer were local elected officials from left Alamosa City Councilor Charles Griego, La Jara Mayor Pro Tem Paula Medina, Monte Vista Mayor Debbie Garcia and Alamosa Mayor Josef Lucero. CML MUNiversity recognized the efforts of officials who went the extra mile to increase their knowledge

Seniors plan many events in August

Posted: Wednesday, Jul 29th, 2015
Good morning everyone,
August is coming and the senior citizens are going to have a busy month. We will be going to the Cities of Gold on Wednesday, Aug. 5th. We have a trip to the Creede Theater on Thursday, Aug. 26th. On Friday, Aug. 28th we will be going on an open train ride to Wagon Wheel Gap.

Library to show ‘Paddington’

Posted: Tuesday, Jul 28th, 2015
ALAMOSA -- Free to the community, Alamosa Public Library, 300 Hunt Ave., Alamosa, invites the public to "Movie Night at your Library." Join in some good old fashion movie time.
Showing August 14th is "Paddington."
A young Peruvian bear travels to London in search of a home. Finding himself lost and alone at Paddington Station, he meets the kindly Brown

Volunteers needed for Strong Back Brigade

Posted: Saturday, Jul 25th, 2015
ALAMOSA -- Families, organizations and individuals who would like to help make new freshman students at Adams State University feel welcome are invited to join the Strong Back Brigade on Thursday, Aug. 20, to help students move into the dorms.
Helpers will be stationed at the doors of each dormitory with moving dollies and welcoming smiles. The brigade will

Young people vital to seniors

Posted: Wednesday, Jul 22nd, 2015
Good morning everyone,
Sometimes senior citizens need the help of the younger generation. Here are a few things that some seniors need help with. Show us how to take advantage of new technology. Instruction manuals are printed in midget type and the tiny buttons on remotes and digital equipment make following instructions hard to follow. Help us to learn

Beat the Heat is back

Posted: Tuesday, Jul 21st, 2015
ALAMOSA -- The SLV Beat the Heat BBQ, Brews and Chili Competition is coming back to Cole Park in Alamosa, August 1 and 2. This is a Kansas City Barbeque Society sanctioned event with teams from California to Oklahoma registered to win $10,500 in prize money.
But, there is a lot more to this event with something for

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