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Suzanne Morphew's Remains Discovered in Moffat, Colorado Area
Explore the chilling location near Moffat, Colorado, where Suzanne Morphew's remains were discovered. This video provides an in-depth look at the area, offering a haunting perspective on this tragic case. Tune in for more local news from KKTV.
New Paws, New Love: Adopt Dogs Today in monte vista, CO
Whether you're thinking about adopting a pet or simply delight in watching cute animals, you'd find a plethora of endearing pets awaiting adoption at animal shelters across and close to monte vista..
MONDAY BRIEFING | October 2
About 10 degrees cooler this week compared to a week ago. Monday looks like the windiest of the days. Otherwise a typical fall week for the start of October. Leaf-raking season is up ahead. Here’s a bunch more to get the week started:. 1. Walking the riverbed. The summer...
Pirates eighth after first day at state
ALAMOSA – The Monte Vista High School boys golf team is in eighth place after the first day of the Class 3A State Tournament Monday at Raindance National Resort and Golf Course. The Pirates have a team score of 263 and they are led by Kaden Mellott who is...
Affordable housing comes into focus for Alamosa
On Airport Road off Highway 285 and across from the Colorado Department of Transportation yard is the beginning of a new 18-unit affordable housing development that promises to assist individuals and families who are on the verge of homelessness, or maybe who are homeless but have some resources to afford housing.
Audit reveals violations at Community Corrections
ALAMOSA — A recent audit of Community Corrections in Alamosa by on-site auditors with the Division of Criminal Justice (DCJ) revealed non-compliance in several areas that, by statute, the facility is required to follow. One of those violations required “immediate action,” DCJ’s most serious designation. The...
October 2023 Invoices are now available online.
FALL PAYMENT PLAN ENROLLMENT DEADLINE: OCTOBER 14, 2023. October invoices are now available online. Looking for options to pay your bill? ASU offers three convenient payment plans. Please log into your electronic invoice at adams.edu/ebill to view, make payment or enroll in an online payment plan. If you are using...
Review: Tiny Beautiful Things packs a punch
It’s the beginning of Adam State University’s theater season, and what better way to start than with “Tiny Beautiful Things.” This play is a solid, heart-heavy one-act. It tackles death, grief, birth, sex, friendship, loss, and above all, love. Its humor is sufficient enough to stand on its own, but one second of humor turns into minutes of grief and self-reflection.
The sights and aromas of fall at the Alamosa Farmers' Market
ALAMOSA — The Alamosa Farmers’ Market is open in downtown Alamosa on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. The market is now offering fall favorites. Vendors sell regional farm fresh food products, other foodstuffs, and hand-crafted goods. The market currently has on-site roasted chiles, New Mexico apples,...
Gallery: San Luis Valley Powwow
The San Luis Valley Powwow featured Jicarilla Apache and Tiwa Pueblo members in a daylong celebration on Saturday, Sept. 23, at the Ski Hi Complex in Monte Vista. The event included Indigenous artists, food, competition dances and drum groups, and guest speakers. Here is a featured gallery from photographer John...
Duane Bussey receives the 2023 Adams State Willis Fassett Jr. Award
Each year, the Adams State University Foundation presents the Willis Fassett Jr. Award to someone who has been a strong supporter of the university. One of this year’s recipients – Duane Bussey ’82 – has a better idea than most what that means. Bussey had served on the Foundation’s Board of Directors for more than 20 years. He’s also the current chair of the Adams State Board of Trustees.
San Luis Valley Intertribal Pow Wow a big success
MONTE VISTA — The San Luis Valley Intertribal Pow Wow was a huge success. The three-day event saw hundreds of people and brought in Native Americans from all walks of life from all over the San Luis Valley, the state, and New Mexico. The event was held Sept. 22-24...
Kids Crane Fest Quest celebrates Sandhill Cranes at Monte Vista National Wildlife Refuge
MONTE VISTA — The Friends of the San Luis Valley National Wildlife Refuges is excited to announce the Kids Crane Fest Quest, taking place from Oct. 8-14, during National Wildlife Refuge Week. This event is a substitute for the usual Kid's Crane Fest at the Monte Vista Refuge which could not be planned this year due to scheduling conflicts.
Student Employment Time Entry
Please submit your September 2023 time entries in Workday no later than September 30, 2023. Also, if you have multiple positions, please make sure you enter time correctly for each position using the drop-down arrow. Any hours not submitted by the end of September, will not be paid until the...
PHOTOS: Muscle Cars and Scrapers Campus Takeover
The Five Star Riders Car Club & Shooting Stars Cultural and Leadership Center celebrated Homecoming at Adams State with its Muscle Cars and Scrapers Campus Takeover on Saturday, Sept. 23. Photographer Dennis Schoenfelder took in the show for Alamosa Citizen.
The Malm Trail volunteer day set for Sept. 30
ALAMOSA —The Rio Grande Headwaters Restoration Project has partnered with several local groups for a trail volunteer day on the Malm Trail network in Alamosa along the banks of the Rio Grande. The day will begin at the Malm trailhead located on South River Road at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 30, and go until noon.
Adult criminal charges filed in juvenile shooting
The 12th Judicial District Attorney’s Office has filed the adult criminal charges against the juvenile Daniel Brandt Jr., who on Sept. 15 was ordered to be charged and tried as an adult by District Judge Crista Newmyer-Olsen. The 11 charges were filed on Sept. 19. The complaint obtained by...
Jenny Cooper dedicated her mind and heart to Adams State
For her longstanding dedication to Adams State University, the Foundation Board will present Jenny Cooper with the Willis Fassett Jr. Award at the Annual Donor and Student Recognition Dinner on October 10. The award, which includes the Buffalo Chant bronze, created by William Moyers ’39, honors individuals and organizations with...
This week & next at Vali 3 theater!
The Creator will be showing at the Vali 3 Theater in Monte Vista starting Friday, 9/29/23 and running thru Sunday 10/8/23. Visit vali3theater.com to watch the trailer. Doors open 30 minutes before the show. No outside food or drinks are allowed. Concessions are available to purchase.
‘A new beginning’
ALAMOSA — A celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month and commemoration of the Maestas Case was held at Historic Zapata Park on Saturday night, and the event was a feast in every way. A crowd of more than 200 people had no problem consuming 30 gallons of posole made by...