• Resident protests water problems

    Baca Grande resident Daniel Gray, an owner/builder in the Baca Grande Subdivision, is protesting fees charged to him by the property owners association (POA) after he accidently severed a water line while digging in the Baca Grande Water and Sanitation District’s (BGWSD) right of way.

  • BGPOA asked to address financial questions

    In the summer of 2014, a financial/audit committee was appointed to make recommendations concerning financial irregularities in Baca Grande Property Owner’s Association (BGPOA) accounts, to pinpoint what appeared to be financial discrepancies.

  • Burglary could have impacted election

    A burglary at the Saguache Post Office last week could have prevented County Clerk and Recorder Carla Gomez from collecting her final round of mail-in ballots before the 7 p.m. deadline marking the end of Election Day last Tuesday.

  • Broadband coming to Saguache County

    San Luis Valley Rural Electric Cooperative (SLVREC) members in Saguache County received postcards last week announcing that the big day has finally arrived — they can access high-speed Internet directly from their electric provider at an affordable price.

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