#Adams State University

Leadville, COleadvilleherald

Calvin Carl Daw

Calvin Carl Dawe, 67, of Leadville passed away on May 20 at Presbyterian St. Luke’s Medical Center in Denver. Dawe was born on March 4, 1954 in Ishpeming, Michigan. Dawe moved to Climax from Ishpeming with his parents when he was very young. He lived in Climax and attended kindergarten at the Climax School. When the family moved from Climax to Leadville, Dawe attended school and graduated from Lake County High School in 1972. He attended Adams State University and graduated in 1976 with a degree in industrial arts and a secondary teaching license. He had numerous employers in his lifetime. He worked at Climax, Black Cloud, and at Lake County School District as a substitute teacher and bus driver.
Picture for Calvin Carl Daw
Worldmidlands103.com

First Tullamore Harrier Crowned Ireland U-20 5,000m Champion Since 1997

Laura Mooney has become the first Tullamore Harrier since 1997 to be crowned Ireland U20 5,000m champion. She achieved the feat last weekend in Dublin, blitzing the field in a championship record time of 16 minutes 31.66 seconds. Mooney is on scholarship at Providence College in Rhode Island in the...
Picture for First Tullamore Harrier Crowned Ireland U-20 5,000m Champion Since 1997
La Junta, COtheprowersjournal.com

Journey into the Past at Bent’s Old Fort

La Junta, CO – The National Park Service is offering an opportunity for individuals to “step back in time” and experience life as it might have been 175 years ago at a trading post on the Santa Fe Trail. From Monday, July 26, through Saturday, July 31, 2021, the fort...
Picture for Journey into the Past at Bent’s Old Fort
TRENDING TOPICS
Arvada, COdenverfoundation.org

Adams State Graduate Runs from Alamosa to Arvada in Memory of Cameron Holland

Meet Justin Andrade. Justin is a childhood friend of Delaney and Cameron Holland, classmates at Campbell Elementary and Oberon Middle School in Arvada, Colorado. Although they attended different high schools, the two stayed in touch. Justin and Delaney are both recent college graduates. Justin, a student-athlete graduate of Adams State University in Alamosa, Colorado, ran cross country and track for the school. On his trek home post-graduation, Justin decided to embark on a journey in memory of his friend no longer with us, running 280 miles over seven days, to raise money for the Cameron Holland Scholarship Fund, managed by The Denver Foundation.
Charitiesspotoncolorado.com

Hagood donates weaving to Luther Bean Museum

Nancy Hagood donated a Rio Grande weaving to the Adams State University Luther Bean Museum. The family inheritance has been passed down for over 100 years. "The Rio Grande blanket is in excellent shape," said Tawney Becker, museum collections manager. "We appreciate Nancy taking... ★ FURTHER REFERENCES ★. Posted in:
Texas StatePosted by
MyChesCo

USDA Selects 2021 Class of E. Kika De La Garza Fellows

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) recently announced the selection of 25 faculty and staff from Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs) across the nation as 2021 E. Kika De La Garza Fellows. This summer fellowship program offers experiences in policymaking and research through direct interaction with every USDA agency.
Las Animas, COtheprowersjournal.com

Janice LaSalle…June 11, 1936 – June 17, 2021

Funeral services for Janice LaSalle will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday, June 23, 2021, at the United Methodist Church in Las Animas, Colorado with Pastor Mark Cloer officiating. Interment will follow in the Bent/Las Animas Cemetery. Visitation will be held from 1:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, June 22, 2021, at Horber Funeral Chapel.
Alamosa, COadams.edu

Water Studies Minor

Water is the “lifeblood” of the San Luis Valley! It impacts every aspect of the people and communities here. Water literally connects the ecosystem to our economy and communities and the identity and heritage of the people to the future viability of the San Luis Valley, Colorado and the West! Join us for the new courses being offered through the Water Studies Minor and for special water focused field trips and learning experiences beyond the classroom!
Chaffee County, COarkvalleyvoice.com

Maddie Porter Named AVV Summer Intern

Madelyn Porter ( Maddie to her friends) has been named the summer 2021 Truth Has a Voice Intern at Ark Valley Voice. The 10-week internship is funded by a grant to Ark Valley Voice from the Truth Has a Voice Foundation, which received educational funding from the Chaffee County Community Foundation.
Alamosa, COadams.edu

Adams State is a COVID-19 College Challenge Champion

The White House and the U.S. Department of Education declared Adams State University a COVID-19 College Challenge Champion. The White House and the U.S. Department of Education invited colleges and universities across the country to join them in efforts to end the pandemic by signing up for the COVID-19 College Challenge.
Texas Statenetworthynewz.com

USDA Selects 2021 Class of E. Kika De La Garza Fellows

WASHINGTON, June 17, 2021 – The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) today announced the selection of 25 faculty and staff from Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs) across the nation as 2021 E. Kika De La Garza Fellows. This summer fellowship program offers experiences in policymaking and research through direct interaction with every USDA agency.
Salida, COMountain Mail

Shakespeare returns to the park

Shakespeare in the Park returns to Riverside Park for almost the 10th summer at 6 p.m. June 26 and 27, during Salida ArtWalk weekend. It’s “almost” the 10th season for the group, directed by Devon Kasper, because last year’s performance was canceled due to COVID 19. This year’s show is...
Summit County, COSummit Daily News

Summit basketball trio commits to play in college

Three Summit High School graduates have committed to play college basketball next season, including a pair of teammates who will attend the same university. Tigers Banta Sylla and Nazarie Poliuk have committed to play at Ottawa University in Kansas while captain point guard Hector Diaz will join the program at Adams State University in Alamosa.
Alamosa County, COAlamosa Valley Courier

New IGA seeks to clearer define roles in child abuse cases

ALAMOSA — The first hearing for Ordinance No. 8-2021 took place during Wednesday’s regular city council meeting. Members of City Council moved the measurement along with no dissent. 8-2021 is an ordinance approving an intergovernmental agreement (IGA) with the Alamosa County Department of Human Services and with the Colorado State...
Alamosa, COadams.edu

Maestas accepts position as Alumni Relations and Engagement Director

Ashley Maestas, two times a graduate of Adams State and a San Luis Valley native, is the new Director of Alumni Relations and Engagement at Adams State University. She will begin her duties on July 1, 2021. “I am really looking forward to building meaningful relationships with fellow alumni. I...
Colorado StateAlamosa Valley Courier

New Mechanical Engineering degree established at ASU

ALAMOSA – Adams State University and Colorado State University are teaming up to launch a mechanical engineering degree at Adams State under a Memorandum of Understanding adopted unanimously Friday by the ASU Board of Trustees. The new mechanical engineering degree will be entirely located at Adams State. The Memorandum of...
News Channel Nebraska

Black Hills State hires form Chadron State cross country coach

Black Hills State athletics has announced the hiring of Brian Medigovich as Head Coach of the Cross Country program. “I couldn’t be more excited to join the staff at Black Hills State, and just thankful for the opportunity to get to work with the cross country and track and field teams,” said Medigovich. “Myself and my wife fell in love with the Black Hills many years ago, and I can’t wait to get started this Fall.”
Colorado Stateadams.edu

New Mechanical Engineering degree established at Adams State

Adams State University and Colorado State University are teaming up to launch a mechanical engineering degree at Adams State under a Memorandum of Understanding adopted unanimously Friday by the ASU Board of Trustees. The new mechanical engineering degree will be entirely located at Adams State. The Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)...
YOU MAY ALSO LIKE