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The Crestone Eagle: December 2017

The Crestone Eagle: December 2017

Cerro Paine Grande and Cuernos del Paine as stunning backdrop to Lago Pehoe in Chilean Patagonia.  Reflection in small pool filled by waves. Photo by world renowned Crestone photographer Bill Ellzey who will be hosting the 18th annual Ellzey Studio Art Show on Dec. 9 & 10. See the feature story on the cover page […]

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Eyesore no more! Unfinished Golden Ave. building in Crestone has been SOLD! The large unfinished “Adli Building” on 253 Golden Ave. in Crestone has finally been sold. The new buyer is Heather Wyss. Hailing from Ohio, Wyss is a licensed medical massage therapist and her fiancé, Rocky, is an exterior contractor. They have decided to […]

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Renewal Energy Systems completes construction of the Penitente Solar Project in Saguache County Renewable Energy Systems (RES), a leader in the development, construction, and operation of solar, energy storage, wind, and transmission projects across the globe has announced that it has completed construction of the Penitente Solar Project, a 3MW installation in Saguache County providing […]

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December 2017: Skies Over Crestone

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by Kim Malville The magnificent constellation of Orion the Hunter rises at evening twilight and will be visible throughout the night. The brightest star of the northern hemisphere, Sirius rises a few hours later. Further north along the horizon is Gemini. December 13-14: The Geminids meteors are visible for most of the month, from December […]

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Seasonal symbols of mid-winter

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Seasonal symbols of mid-winter

by Mary Lowers As we approach mid-winter the ancient instinct to encourage light in the world enters our beings. On the Winter Solstice in the northern hemisphere, December 21, 2017 at 3:23 Mountain Time, we will be at the Cold Moon in the dark and frigid chasm of the longest night of the year. Starting […]

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December 2017: Letters to the Editor

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Unconscious Dear Editor, There are dozens of spiritual centers here in Crestone along with hundreds of Crestoners who came here seeking peace, quietude and natural beauty. It’s about developing inner awareness and consciousness, while also enjoying nature and the wildlife. In the Grants last October on an otherwise peaceful afternoon, a herd of elk was […]

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November 2017: Letters to the Editor

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Acknowledging Stephanie Gaines Letter to the Editor: This fall Crestone-End-Of-Life-Project has been celebrating its 10 year anniversary. Stephanie Gaines, our founder and director, has been busy acknowledging everybody and anybody that has ever helped and supported us, while she herself has slipped unnoticed into the background. This illustrates two marked characteristics of Stephanie.  Number one, an […]

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Colo. US Senator Bennet calls for investigation into Trump Election Integrity Commission

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Colo. US Senator Bennet calls for investigation into Trump Election Integrity Commission by Lisa Cyriacks In a letter to the US Government Accountability Office, Michael Bennet (CO) and two other Democratic Senators, Cory Booker (NJ) and Amy Klobuchar (MN), asked the federal watchdog agency to examine how much federal money is being spent by the panel […]

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University president, Gunnison Mayor & Colorado DACA recipient call on Tipton to sign Dream Act

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University president, Gunnison Mayor & Colorado DACA recipient call on Tipton to sign Dream Act On a press call October 23, ahead of the December 8 omnibus deadline, Western State Colorado University President Greg Salsbury and Gunnison Mayor Jim Gelwicks joined Carlos Lerma, a DACA recipient at Western State Colorado University and Nicole Melaku, Executive […]

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Forest Plan for Rio Grande National Forest

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Forest Plan for  Rio Grande National Forest

  USFS releases Draft Forest Plan.  Alternative D strongly supported in Saguache County by Susan M. Pierce The citizens of the San Luis Valley have a rare opportunity to have a say in the management policies of their local National Forest—one they will not have for another few decades. For the first time in 21 […]

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November 2017: Skies Over Crestone

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November 2017: Skies Over Crestone

by Kim Malville The skies of November are going to be relatively quiet. All bright planets are clustered around dusk or dawn and will not be especially easy to see. I had initially written an article about the total eclipse of August and the awarding of the Nobel Prize in Physics to the discoverers of […]

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The Crestone Eagle : November 2017

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The Crestone Eagle : November 2017

“Crestone, better than Northern Exposure.” A big buck deer wanders past the town hall on an autumn morning. photo by Kizzen Laki

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‘12 Hours of Penitence’ happening Oct. 14 Mountain bike endurance race in Penitente Canyon benefits SLV teens Eric and Raleigh Burt of Kristi Mountain Sports announced that the 3rd year of the endurance race, “12 Hours of Penitence” (12 HOP), will take place the morning of October 14 in the beautiful Penitente Canyon in the […]

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23,000 marijuana plants seized in big Bonanza bust by Mary Lowers On September 14 at two in the afternoon Saguache County Sheriff Office (SCSO) and the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) along with members of the Colorado Drug Task Force conducted a raid on a suspected illegal marijuana growing operation five miles up County Road LL56 […]

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The ‘Ghost Town’ of Liberty

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The ‘Ghost Town’  of Liberty

by Mary Lowers In late August I took a trip though the Liberty Gate at the southeast end of the Baca Grande and went back in time, to the day when miners and ranchers populated the area. I was fortunate along with my photographer friend Brisa Storey and old friend Patti Rodriguez in getting to […]

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October 2017: Skies Over Crestone

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October 2017: Skies Over Crestone

by Kim Malville Jupiter will be visible for only a few days in the western twilight at the beginning of October. It will reach conjunction with the sun on October 26 and then it will reappear in the morning skies around November 7. Saturn will, however, will be visible low in the southwest twilight throughout […]

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The Crestone Eagle: October 2017

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The Crestone Eagle: October 2017

The fall roundup is dusty business. To this cowboy, doing it the traditional way on horseback is worth getting a little grit in the teeth. photo by Wendy Shattil/Bob Rozinski 

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October 2017: Letters to Editor

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Love letter Dear Crestone Community, I am so sorry that I left Crestone for  Arizona without saying good bye.  I would have cried. Crestone will always be my “home town.”  I am missing all the hugs at the PO and grocery stores and restaurants. And the special and interesting people. Thank you all for the […]

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27th Annual Crestone Energy Fair Sept. 8, 9 & 10 Resilient Regeneration Crestone celebrates its 27th consecutive year of hosting a local sustainability fair. The weekend will include educational presentations, community symposiums, unifying and harmonizing ceremonies, film viewings, hands-on demonstrations, music and guided home tours. Sponsorship and vendor opportunities are still available with basic 10’x10’ […]

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Upper Willow Valley, a radiant place

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Upper Willow Valley,  a radiant place

by Emmy Savage The following account is part of a series about walking in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains as spiritual practice.  This fall, I will be doing more hikes and writing about them when the weather is cooler and more stable.  The beetle kill devastation on the Willow Lake hike is heartbreaking but it […]

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September 2017: Skies Over Crestone

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September 2017: Skies Over Crestone

by Kim Malville September 1: Look to the southwest about 45 minutes after sunset. Jupiter will be close to the horizon and Spica will be below it. Above, some 20 degrees away, will be brilliant Arcturus. September 6: Full moon September 11: Just after sunset look for Jupiter and Spica close together. September 22: Equinox […]

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