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Secretary of Interior Zinke & Congressman Tipton aggressively pursuing privatization of public lands by Christine Canaly, Director,  SLV Ecosystem Council It’s called the Resilient …

The flowering of downtown—volunteers plant 23 trees & hundreds of flowers in downtown Crestone

The flowering of downtown—volunteers plant 23 trees & hundreds of flowers in downtown Crestone “Astounding!” …

Federal Judge ruled environmental analysis for DAPL inadequate, Army Corps must redo Lake Oahe study

Federal Judge ruled environmental analysis for DAPL inadequate, Army Corps must redo Lake Oahe study A small victory…

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Federal judge stops Wolf Creek land exchange Any future village proposal must address impacts on the National Forest…

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Property assessment in Saguache County experiences ‘glitches’—extension given to protest evaluations by Lisa Cyriacks By now, property re-valuation…

President Trump issues ‘National Monument Review’ order that could greatly affect Colorado Regional environmental groups respond

by Chris Canaly, SLV Ecosystem Council and Anna Vargas, Conejos Clean Water An Executive Order was signed by President Trump that will require a “review” of monuments that have been…

Citizen questions Saguache County property tax valuations

by Lisa Cyriacks Saguache resident Don Geddes has questioned the County Assessor about the ongoing…

Colo. Legislature considers capping marijuana home grows

by Lisa Cyriacks The Colorado House of Representatives just passed a measure that places a…

Resiliency Conference plans future of Crestone/Baca

by Mary Lowers Nearly hundred community members concerned about how our residents will plan to…

Saguache County to see severe budgetary cuts

by Sandia Belgrade,  with Peter Peterson,  County Assessor   JoAnn Groff, Property Tax Administrator for…

Membership surging as Crestone/Baca Indivisible works to hold Congress & Trump administration accountable

The Crestone/Baca Indivisible group held its first organizational meeting at the home of Chalet II…

Women’s March in the San Luis Valley draws hundreds

by Lori Nagel On January 21, 2017, the day after the inauguration of our new…

SLV projects receive $1.4 million in GOCO grants

by Rosemary Dempsey, Dir. Communications, GOCO The Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) Board awarded three grants…

State issues $2.35 million in marijuana research grants

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has awarded $2.35 million in grant funding…

One person, one vote . . . except when electing POTUS

Electoral College makes the final decision by Lisa Cyriacks The 2016 election was hugely partisan…

How Saguache County voted: marijuana excise tax approved, sales tax for law enforcement defeated

by Lisa Cyriacks The law enforcement sales tax proposition intended to build a new jail…

Public entities question County tax valuations

by Sandia Belgrade The last meeting of November had an outpouring of people representing various…

County faces election dilemma; Clerk asks for help

County faces election dilemma; Clerk asks for help by Sandia Belgrade   When the Director…

Colorado: Red, purple—now blue? Republicans in national races are being challenged by Democrats

by Lisa Cyriacks   Colorado was a hotly contested swing state in the 2008 and…

Twelve hours of Penitence rides into second year

by Jason Anderson   Saguache County’s homegrown mountain bike race, the “Twelve hours of Penitence,”…

Colorado voters get to decide; General election ballot certification underway

by Lisa Cyriacks Six statewide ballot questions have already qualified for the 2016 ballot. And…

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