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Salazar Meats receives USDA-inspected status for slaughter

Posted: Wednesday, Jan 28th, 2015

MANASSA, Salazar Meats recently received its USDA grant of inspection for slaughter, making it the second meat processing facility in the San Luis Valley to achieve this status.
Having a USDA-inspected facility allows Salazar Meats to open its doors to the public for clients wanting the assurance and flexibility offered by a USDA stamp.

Costilla County pot plans boil over

Posted: Wednesday, Jan 28th, 2015

SAN LUIS -- An old store building in Fort Garland isn't going to pot -- yet.
The Costilla Board of County Commissioners last scheduled two public hearings last Tuesday to deal with an application for a marijuana growing facility planned across from the old fort. Neither resulted in action.
Since Fort Garland is an unincorporated community, the commissioners need

Antonito moves toward solar for all

Posted: Wednesday, Jan 28th, 2015
ANTONITO -- Antonito businesses and residents have access to 500 kilowatts of community solar generation.
Forty-four commercial and residential customers in the town have reportedly subscribed to receive power from the project under a long-term service agreement that allows customers to receive a 10 percent discount on their electricity costs

Missing man case leads to ID theft arrest

Posted: Thursday, Jan 22nd, 2015

COSTILLA COUNTY -- Authorities haven't given up on finding Anthony White, a Jaroso property owner who has been missing for almost a year.
One case stemming from the man's disappearance is the alleged theft of his identity.
On Jan. 9, deputies from the Costilla County Sheriff's Office executed a search warrant on the home and property of Wayne Kurt

Faux trial postponed

Posted: Thursday, Jan 22nd, 2015
CONEJOS -- Bradley Douglas Faux, 22, Capulin, will go on trial April 27 on 14 counts including first-degree murder, abuse of a corpse, false imprisonment, tampering with physical evidence, four crimes of violence, three counts of second-degree kidnapping and three counts of menacing.
The trial is expected to last two weeks. It had originally been set for the first

Sex case nets heavy sentence for Holman

Posted: Thursday, Jan 22nd, 2015

ANTONITO -- Making it very clear that what she did was unacceptable, 12th Judicial District Judge Michael Gonzales Jan. 16 sent Cara Leann Holman, to jail for 90 days and ordered her to undergo supervised probation and register as a sex offender.
Holman was a substitute teacher in Centauri and the Sanford schools when then- Centauri principal Curt Wilson

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