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Alamosa Police Seize Firearms, Suspected Meth and Heroin in Drug Raid

Alamosa, CO – On Friday May 20, 2022, Detectives from the Alamosa Police Department obtained a search warrant for 1703 Sunset Drive in regards to illegal drug activities. While executing the search warrant, several individuals were contacted inside the residence. Bryan Gallardo, 35 year old Alamosa resident, was taken into custody for an active drug warrant out of Alamosa County. Donald Atencio Jr., 34 year old Monte Vista resident, was taken into custody for Unlawful Possession of a schedule I and II Controlled Substance, Unlawful Distribution of a schedule I and schedule II Controlled Substance, and special offender weapon violation. Debbie Gurule, 28 year old Monte Vista resident, was taken into custody for Unlawful Possession of a schedule I and II Controlled Substance, Unlawful Distribution of a schedule I and schedule II Controlled Substance, special offender weapon violation, tampering with physical evidence and obstructing government operations. Ryan Trujillo, 36 year old Alamosa resident, was released with a summons for resisting/obstructing.
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Alamosa Valley Courier

Pair suffer gunshot wounds Thursday

ALAMOSA– A local man and woman both sustained gunshot wounds in an incident around 9 p.m. Thursday, according to the Alamosa County Sheriff’s Office. Deputies with the ACSO and officers from the Alamosa Police Department were dispatched to the 6800 block of Femmer Lane east of Alamosa at 9:07 p.m. after a report of a shooting. While en route, deputies were advised of two gunshot victims.
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In tribute to those who made the ultimate sacrifice

ALAMOSA — In the United States, approximately 900,000 law enforcement officers put their lives on the line every day for the safety and protection of others. Each year, there are roughly 60,000 assaults on law enforcement officers, resulting in 16,000 injuries. Over the last decade, an average of 150...
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Alamosa Valley Courier

Firefighters battling blaze at Sand Dunes

ALAMOSA– Firefighters from Alamosa and Mosca Hooper departments as well the Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control are currently battling a brush fire near the Visitors Center at Great Sand Dunes National Park. Reports indicate that the blaze may have been started by lightning while a thunderstorm moved...
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Alamosa Valley Courier

In tribute to those who made the ultimate sacrifice

ALAMOSA – In the United States, approximately 900,000 law enforcement officers put their lives on the line every day for the safety and protection of others. Each year, there are roughly 60,000 assaults on law enforcement officers, resulting in 16,000 injuries. Over the last decade, an average of 150...
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San Luis Valley Field Office to enter Stage 1 fire restrictions

San Luis Valley Field Office to enter Stage 1 fire restrictions. The Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) San Luis Valley Field Office will enter into Stage 1 fire restrictions tomorrow, May 6, due to dry conditions and high fire danger. The fire restrictions apply to all BLM-administered public lands within the boundaries of Alamosa, Conejos, Saguache, Rio Grande, Mineral, and Costilla counties.
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Alamosa Search and Rescue will get new rig

SAN LUIS VALLEY-Alamosa Volunteer Search and Rescue, the non-profit organization providing search and rescue services to Alamosa County under the direction of the Sheriff’s Department, has received $32,800 from the Colorado Department of Local Affairs (DOLA) to replace an outdated “rescue rig” vehicle. The funding comes from DOLA’s new Backcountry Search and Rescue Flexible Fund (BSARFX) grant program.
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Bennet Urges feds to expedite Essential Air Service to Alamosa and Pueblo

DENVER– Colorado U.S. Senator Michael Bennet called on Department of Transportation (DOT) Secretary Pete Buttigieg to expedite the Essential Air Service (EAS) contract review process for regional airports in Colorado. This comes after SkyWest Airlines announced its intention to stop operating 29 EAS routes, including to the San Luis Valley Regional Airport and Pueblo Memorial Airport, last month.
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Del Norte Town Board to use opioid funds for regional effort

DEL NORTE — The Del Norte Town Board of Trustees listened to a presentation made by Alamosa County Commissioner Lori Laske on the current San Luis Valley Opioid Settlement. Laske explained that the State of Colorado was awarded up to $400 million in funds as a result of the Colorado Opioids Settlement though the exact amount that the settlement will bring was being reviewed.
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Midland Reporter-Telegram

A rural prosecutor pledged reform. Critics say he delivered disaster.

ALAMOSA, Colo. - Alonzo Payne was an unlikely candidate in rural southern Colorado, where potatoes and cattle are pillars of the economy and politics lean red. His 2020 bid for district attorney featured vows that had swept in a wave of progressive prosecutors nationwide - no more cash bail, no more trying minor offenses and no more "criminalization of poverty."
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