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Santiago Orion Dyer

ALAMOSA — Santiago Orion Dyer left this Earth to find his place in the stars, Saturday night April 7, 2019.

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Michael Ben Trujillo

BRIGTHON — Michael Ben Trujillo from Brighton, Colo., formerly of Manassa, Colo., resident passed away April 6, 2019 in Seattle, Wash.

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‘One Man’s Junk’ helps local FFA

Founded in 1928, it’s not just for farmers

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Erma “Patsy” Gonzales (Roybal)

MONTE VISTA — Monte Vista resident Patsy Roybal, passed away April 6, 2019 at her home under hospice care with her loving family by her side.

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Mayor joins ‘Food Stamp Challenge’

ALAMOSA — The average person who receives food assistance in 2019 only has $4.46 to spend on food each day.

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Vegas Tune-Up 8 Ball tournament

Thirty-two shooters competed for the $500 added 8 ball tournament this past weekend at the Bankshot Sports Bar in Alamosa.

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Colville knocks in go ahead goal to defeat Moose in final minute

In a rare road game on their home field Alamosa was outlasted by Del Norte (7-2-2) in a 1-0 game on Tuesday afternoon.

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Mean Moose claims first place in shared meet

Tuesday afternoon both Monte Vista and Alamosa played host to Salida in a meet that started at Cattails and finished at the Monte Vista Golf Club. The Mean Moose squad took first in the traveling meet with a team score of 293.

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Alamosa sweeps season series with Falcons

A snowy weekend didn’t damper spirits for a league meeting between Alamosa and Centauri. The Mean Moose took both from Centauri winning game one by a score of 7-1 and cutting the second short in a 18-6 five inning affair.

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Visiting Wolverines blank Alamosa on Saturday

Saturday morning the Alamosa Mean Moose Girls’ Soccer squad welcomed Bayfield for a district meeting. The Wolverines scored a shutout defeating the Moose 2-0.

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