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Falcons fly high, punch ticket to state final

LA JARA — The Centauri Falcons have been a juggernaut all season taking down all comers earning an 11-0 record in the process. The Falcons got number 12 against Limon in a 20-12 game to earn a state championship berth.

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    Esquibel pleads in McBride case

    Cristo Esquibel, 37, pleaded guilty last Monday, Nov. 13 to felony conspiracy to commit first-degree assault for his part in the June 23, 2016 death of Dale Floyd McBride, 52. District Judge Michael Gonzales accepted the plea and scheduled sentencing for December 21, the same day he will be sentencing Devin Cooper, another co-defendant in the McBride case.

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    C&TSRR conducting holiday toys, food drive

    To help make the holiday season a little brighter for those in need, the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad (C&TSRR) will once again be running holiday trains to collect food and toys to distribute in southern Colorado and northern New Mexico. The one-hour rides are free for children and only $5 for adults (ages 12+). A donation of either a non-perishable food item or a new boxed toy per person is requested.

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    Penitente Solar Project construction completed

    Renewable Energy Systems (RES), a leader in the development, construction, and operation of solar, energy storage, wind and transmission projects across the globe, is pleased to announce that it has completed construction of the Penitente Solar Project, a 3 MW installation in Saguache County providing power to the San Luis Valley Rural Electric Cooperative (SLVREC).

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    Penitente Solar Project construction completed

    Renewable Energy Systems (RES), a leader in the development, construction, and operation of solar, energy storage, wind and transmission projects across the globe, is pleased to announce that it has completed construction of the Penitente Solar Project, a 3 MW installation in Saguache County providing power to the San Luis Valley Rural Electric Cooperative (SLVREC).

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    Our Night Sky

    Every morning I get up about 10 minutes before 6 a.m. and look to the east to view Venus and Jupiter. They're low in the horizon at that time, but gradually climb higher. Soon they will separate as Venus drops below the horizon and Jupiter climbs higher. After I look at Venus and Jupiter, I go to my front door and look to the southwest. There I see a really bright star that remains visible until the sky gets light. At that time nothing else is visible in that part of the sky. I did a little research and realized that it's Sirius, the brightest star in our sky.

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    Holiday Craft Show set

    The Manassa Opera House will host the third annual Holiday Craft Show on Dec. 9 from 10 a.m-3 p.m. at 103 North 4th Street. Vendors are needed; for more information, contact Debbie Gonzales, 719-496-6499 or Renee Scarce, 719-843-0180.

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