Crestone copes with COVID by Mary Lowers Strange days indeed, but that’s not stopping the...
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The Crestone Eagle, March 2008: Dems. vote Obama—but Crestone caucus delegate selection process challenged by Matie Belle Lakish It was hard to miss the enthusiasm of the local democrats who attended the Democratic Caucus in...
The Crestone Eagle, June 2008: The giant of China Energy & the development of biogas fuels story & photos by Nicholas Chambers Napoleon Bonaparte said over two hundred years ago: “Let China sleep, for when she wakes the...
The Crestone Eagle, August 2003: Pam & Steve Gripp: Living the homestead dream by Mary Lowers We live on the eastern slope of one of the highest agricultural valley in the world. Farming and ranching traditions go back...
The Crestone Eagle, August 2006: Flash floods hit the Crestone area by Keno On July 3, several flash floods came down the hillsides in the Baca Grande Chalets, causing widespread damage after a severe thunderstorm hit. The storm...
The Crestone Eagle • May, 2018 Fires in Crestone history by Mary Lowers As summer approaches, we are living with a stage two fire alert in Saguache County. Crestone and the Baca Grande are drier than even the “old timers” have...
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The Crestone Eagle, November 2005: U.S. Sen. Ken Salazar spoke in Saguache on energy concerns by Lisa Cyriacks US Senator Ken Salazar took Monday, October 10, to spend time in the San Luis Valley and spoke to current issues...
Money, war & women for peace Women’s Peace Movement 1919/2020 The Crestone Eagle • April, 2020 by M. Diane Bairstow Every month we are following the ratification of the 19th Amendment and considering women’s issues then and...
There’s No Such Thing As A Weed : The song of sap rising The Crestone Eagle • April, 2020 by guest...
The Crestone Eagle, September 2003: Water Conservation District presents plan to preserve valley aquifer by David Nicholas The idea of a sub-district within the five county Rio Grande Water Conservation District (RGWCD) has been...
The Crestone Eagle, August 2005: “Rock of Ages” The Crestone Conglomerate by P.J. Smith Long, long ago, and very, very close by, there rose up a mighty mountain range, the Ancestral Rockies. They overlooked a vast inland sea fed...
The Crestone Eagle, October 2008: Strawbales in Siberia—Paul Koppana’s reflections on his latest...
by Kim Malville The skies of March and April gave us spectacular views of Venus in the evening. At...
The Crestone Eagle • May, 2020 Food benefits change to help families during the pandemic by Hannah Thill SLV Local Foods Coalition In response to the COVID-19 crisis, food benefits (SNAP), will temporarily increase to the...
COVID-19 restrictions limit CEOLP activities Under the current COVID-19 restrictions, the Crestone End of Life Project (CEOLP) will not be able to serve our registrants with open-air cremation or to assist families with burial...
The Crestone Eagle • May, 2020 Local fire ban now in force: No fires, no smoking outdoors by Carolina Brown Both Saguache County and the U.S. Forest Service have declared strict fire bans, based on weather conditions and the...
The Crestone Eagle • May 2020 Valley-Wide Health Systems begins COVID-19 testing at two clinic locations Valley-Wide Health Systems will begin testing patients who meet the criteria for symptoms and exposure at the Convenient...
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