• NWS seeking weather spotters

    The National Weather Service in Pueblo is looking for citizens who would like to volunteer to join its SKYWARN Weather Spotter Network.

  • SLVH seeks equipment donations

    SAN LUIS VALLEY—Do you have wheelchair, walker or other medical equipment in good shape to donate?  Please contact Helen Ross at 719-587-6341 or [email protected] to make a donation to help San Luis Valley Health provide these to patients who do not have the financial means to obtain these items.  Thank you for helping patients in their time of need.

  • Robotics open house planned Saturday

    The San Luis Valley 4-H Robotics program is currently recruiting adults ages 18 and up to serve as volunteer coaches.

  • Emerging Artist Show winners set

    The People’s Choice Award for the ninth Annual Emerging Artist Show, part of the 19th Annual Rio Costilla Studio Tour, was voted on by 96 attendees and went to Brooklyn Sandoval, a 10th grade student at Sierra Grande in Fort Garland for her pencil drawing entitled “Looking Within.”

  • North Conejos BOE changed

    The North Conejos School District RE-1J  November board meeting has been changed to 6:30 p.m. Nov. 14. Board organization will be held at 6 p.m.

  • Yard/landscape waste accepted at Manassa

    Conejos County will accept yard/landscape waste at the east Manassa County property (Highway 142, approximately 4-1/2 miles east of town of Manassa) on Saturday, Oct. 28 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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Colorado hunters can expect another good waterfowl season

Colorado hunters can expect another good waterfowl season in 2017-18, although CPW avian program leader Jim Gammonley said there are signs that duck numbers may start to see declines in the future due to drier conditions to the north. Waterfowl hunting opportunities in Colorado extend from mid-September teal seasons to light goose conservation seasons ending in April.

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Centauri takes five sets to put away Moose

Centauri volleyball picked up a big league victory last Tuesday night, Oct. 10 in a 3-2 game over Alamosa.

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Gunnison boys and girls take first at Eric Wolff Invite

Boys Results/Girls Results

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Centauri clinches IML volleyball title

Having surrendered a booming kill to expected threat Kylee McCoy, then finding themselves burned by an unexpected ace serve by reserve Jannika Pope, the Lady Falcons had a sense that perennial Intermountain League powerhouse Bayfield, trailing 2 games to 1 in Saturday’s match, still had a trick or three in store and a tiebreaking Game 5 in sight.

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