After a two-and-a-half-hour executive session, and months of analyzing data, the Adams State Board of Trustees unanimously approved eliminating 27 positions and reducing salary of 22 employees during their meeting on Friday as part of their financial action plan to get the university on track monetarily.
A decade ago a family-run barley farm was facing bankruptcy. Now, because of their perseverance, Alamosa is home to a brewery arguably unlike any other on the planet.
Hollywood met cottonwoods this weekend at the 40th Denver Film Festival in Denver. There, a packed room of roughly 100 festivalgoers witnessed a live reading of former Alamosa resident Sarah Sellman's surreal television drama pilot about Lady the horse's mysterious death.
Though Square Peg Brewerks has barely been open for five months, Alamosa’s newest brewery won a gold medal at the Great American Beer Festival (GABF) Saturday for their Waverly Tulip, a Dutch-style Kuyt. It is the first prestigious GABF medal to have ever been won by a San Luis Valley brewery.
The 12th Judicial District Attorney's Office spent their Monday asking the San Luis Valley County Commissioners Association for a budgetary increase. The office gave the group of commissioners from each county a 27-page proposal outlining the reasons why more money will help their underpaid and overworked staff.
Peter Martin from New Castle shaves outside at a mobile bathroom at the 23rd annual Bicycle Tour of Colorado rest stop at the Nielsen Library parking lot Monday afternoon. For this leg Martin went 60 miles from Antonito to Alamosa to CO 150 and back to Alamosa. This is his second time riding the tour, where the majority of riders camp in tents between legs.