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Taste of Creede Festival May 28-30

This year’s 34th Taste of Creede Festival will showcase local art and cuisine on Main Street. This annual event was envisioned by local artist Stephen Quiller and Richie Hornsby in 1989. The Taste of Creede Festival will delight visitors with inspired local art and great food. Saturday from 10:00...
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UFO legend: Horse found dead and mutilated 55 years ago in Colorado gets new life at roadside attraction

HOOPER • Judy Messoline steps into the garage and frowns at the horse skeleton. Snippy is long gone, dead 55 years now, the victim of something or someone. The tragedy remains a debate — though, not so much here in the San Luis Valley. Here in this sparsely populated valley of big, starry skies, there is a close consensus on just what happened at that gruesome scene pictured in publications worldwide in 1967.
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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 baseball season ends in regional final

ALAMOSA – The season came to an end for the Alamosa High School baseball season on Saturday as the Mean Moose lost to Colorado Academy 13-2 in the Class 3A Region 2 championship game at Ortega Middle School. Earlier in the day, the Mean Moose staged a come-from-behind win...
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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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Alamosa wins Monte Vista girls golf invitational

MONTE VISTA – What was originally scheduled to be a six-team tournament eventually dwindled to just two teams, basically making the Monte Vista Invitational a dual meet between the Lady Pirates and Alamosa Friday at the Monte Vista Golf Course. For the second straight day, the Lady Mean Moose...
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Another “action” packed meeting of the Alamosa City Council

ALAMOSA – Wednesday night’s meeting of the Alamosa City Council was, yet again, a reflection of the number of significant topics being addressed by council members, ranging from the eligibility of property to be annexed by the city to Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons downtown. Deacon Aspinwall, with the...
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Alamosa navigates pack for third place finish in 4x800

LAKEWOOD - Sometimes, racing with siblings can be a hindrance; however, the McQuitty and Castillo sisters believe that the sisterly bond they share led to their success at the Colorado High School Activities Association state track-and-field championships Thursday afternoon at Jefferson County Stadium. The group of Autumn and Elizabeth McQuitty...
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Crews back to work on highway surface treatment on CO 64 and US 40

Moffat & Rio Blanco Counties — The Colorado Department of Transportation has restarted work on Colorado Highway 64 and US Highway 40. Crews returned after the planned winter shutdown for the highway surface treatment and upgrade project. During the 2021 construction season, crews worked on overlay on both roadways, pavement markings and bringing guardrails up to new standards.
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Four San Luis Valley baseball teams advance to postseason

ALAMOSA – Four high school baseball teams from the San Luis Valley will compete in postseason action this weekend. Alamosa High School, the Intermountain League champion, will host the Class 3A Region 2 Tournament at Ortega Middle School. The Mean Moose enter the state tournament as the eighth overall...
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MVHS graduates ‘more than family’

MONTE VISTA — It was a perfect breezy afternoon, as the Monte Vista High School senior class gathered on the football field for their commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 14. There were nearly 500 people in attendance at the Harvey Sullivan Sports Complex. The ceremony for the 61 graduates...
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Loss of a grandson drives grandmother

NEW SAN ACACIO — Cynthia Trevino Ozuna is a woman of compassion and abiding faith. A woman suddenly widowed in 2014, suddenly a single mother to a blended family of 13 children with three still in school. A woman who calls everyone “honey” and means it, whether friend or stranger, young or old.
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Lady Mean Moose win home golf tournament

ALAMOSA – The Alamosa High School girls golf team hosted its annual home tournament Thursday at Cattails Golf Course, and the Lady Mean Moose came out the winner. Alamosa had a score of 315, which was two strokes better than second place Gunnison. Leading the Lady Mean Moose were Morgan Ortega who was second in the individual standings with a 100, and Kailyn Vigil who tied for third with a 106.
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