Private companies are already making major investments in EV charging. But should monopoly utilities, like Xcel, support them or build their own?
Snails are dying and foliage is dead at Home Lake, prompting a fishing closure, as agriculture chemicals show up in water tests
Six families were displaced by a fire that quickly grew out of control and destroyed several homes in a rural community in the San Luis Valley, authorities said Thursday. Fire crews worked in the damage zone in Monte Vista to assess the cause of the fire that ignited midday Wednesday and assess the damage, George […]
A fire that burned Wednesday in a neighborhood in the San Luis Valley town of Monte Vista destroyed several homes and other structures before firefighters were able to halt its advance. The fire broke out on the rural community’s north side about 12:15 p.m. and was already “out of control” and approaching structures as fire […]
They all remember when the San Luis Valley brimmed with water. South of San Luis, Ronda Lobato raced the rising floodwaters in San Francisco Creek every spring to fill sandbags that protected her grandparents’ farm. North of Center, potato farmer Sheldon Rockey faced so much spring mud that he had to learn to extract his […]
Investigators who found the remains of three people while executing a search warrant for stolen vehicles and equipment at a rural property southeast of Alamosa now are searching for a suspect in the case, 26-year-old Adre “Psycho” Jordan Baroz. “When I say he is a danger to the community, I really mean he is a […]
Outdoor theaters are feeing the pinch of the slow rollout of new movies, but Garth Brooks and Metallica are keeping rural drive-ins afloat.