• Sheriff’s office settles lawsuit

    A lawsuit reportedly filed in Federal Court was settled in June according to acting County Administrator Wendi Maez, who provided minutes from the commissioners’ meeting allocating funds to the sheriff’s office as a supplemental budget request.

  • Two arrested for child sexual assault

    According to reports from the Saguache County Sheriff’s Office, two men were arrested last month for sexual assault, one on a four-year-old male the other involving a six-year-old male.

  • Vance emails to Center BOE released

    The second half of a Colorado Open Records Act request from Center Schools was released last week by Interim Superintendent Lori Cooper, consisting of two emails sent to the Board of Education by former superintendent Chris Vance and three emails returned to Vance by Board of Education members.

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HistoriCorps returns to Saguache Ranger Station for further restoration

HistoriCorps, a Denver-based nonprofit dedicated to preserving America’s historic structures, in collaboration with the Rio Grande National Forest, will restore several remaining components of the Saguache Ranger Station from Aug. 25-29.

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Comment on herd management in north Valley

People who are interested in hunting and big-game in the northern San Luis Valley are invited to participate in an online survey regarding herd management. Colorado Parks and Wildlife biologists and staff are currently revising the elk and deer management plans in the San Luis Valley, considering the deer plan in game management units 86 and 681; and the elk plan will consider game management units 68, 861 and 682.

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  • Community

    Veterans Coalition meeting Aug. 15

    The Veterans Coalition of the San Luis Valley will hold its monthly meeting, Wednesday, Aug. 15, 11 a.m.-12 p.m. at the SLV Health Education and Conference Center, 1921 Main St., Alamosa. For more information call 719-992-4108 or vclsv.info.

  • Opinion

    Letter to the Editor: Ski Hi Parade Committee thanks contributors

    The Ski Hi Stampede Parade Committee would like to thank the following individuals and businesses for their contributions to the 2018 parades. Their continued support makes the parades possible and is greatly appreciated.

  • Community

    School supply drive underway

    La Puente’s Outreach Services is now holding its ninth annual backpack drive to gather school supplies for children in kindergarten through 12th grade and needs the public’s help.

  • Community

    Handgun permit course set

    A concealed handgun firearm training course will be offered by the Rio Grande County Sheriff’s Office on Aug. 24 and 25. This will be an eight-hour course and will satisfy requirements for a concealed firearm carry permit upon successful completion. There is no charge for the course.

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    Sheriff’s Report

    July 30- Aug 6

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    Clips from the Clerk

    New election rules are necessary to provide clear guidance to the public and county clerks concerning acceptable identification, voter registration at county jails, and ballot transmission to county jails and detention facilities.

  • Community

    Mountain Valley open house Aug. 16

    The Mountain Valley School open house will be held on Thursday, Aug. 16 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Meet teachers and learn all about the coming year. Enrollment packets are currently available at Mountain Valley School.

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    Center Head Start enrolling now

    Center Head Start is now enrolling for the 2018-19 school year. Please bring the following documents to enroll your child: birth certificate, insurance card, immunization record and proof of income. School will begin on Aug. 20. Call 754-3191 with any questions.

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