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Anthony Cuevas found guilty of first-degree murder of mother

PUEBLO — Anthony Cuevas, formerly of Monte Vista, was found guilty on July 15 of first-degree murder in the gruesome death of his 58-year-old mother, Maria “Mary” Cuevas Garcia, in October of 2019.

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Anthony Cuevas of Monte Vista now on trial for first-degree murder of mother 

PUEBLO — The trial has begun in the case of Anthony Cuevas, of Monte Vista, who is charged with first-degree murder in connection with the gruesome death of his mother, Maria “Mary” Cuevas Garcia, in October of 2019.

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Anthony Cuevas of Monte Vista now on trial for first-degree murder of mother 

PUEBLO — The trial has begun in the case of Anthony Cuevas, of Monte Vista, who is charged with first-degree murder in connection with the gruesome death of his mother, Maria “Mary” Cuevas Garcia, in October of 2019.

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SLV REC maintenance project to begin June

SLV Rural Electric Cooperative will be conducting a maintenance project along Highway 160 from mile marker 183.5 to mile marker 178 beginning June 7.

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MVPD Chief Dingfelder encourages people to sign up for Reverse 911

MONTE VISTA — During a report at the Monte Vista City Council meeting, Monte Vista Police Chief George Dingfelder talked about Reverse 911 calls in the San Luis Valley. Chief Dingfelder said they are encouraging citizens to sign up for the emergency notifications.

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N.M. man arrested after high-speed chase through Rio Grande, Alamosa counties 

MONTE VISTA — A 19-year-old man from New Mexico led multiple law enforcement agencies on a high-speed pursuit, speeds reaching 110 mph, Wednesday afternoon, May 19, through Monte Vista and into Alamosa before being arrested.

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Valley law enforcement recognized at memorial

ALAMOSA — A breeze brought many flags in front of the Police Department to life for the annual San Luis Valley Peace Officer Memorial Ceremony in Alamosa on Wednesday, May 12. Leaders from local law enforcement agencies and elected officials spoke at the event including Alamosa Chief of Police Ken Anderson, Alamos County Sheriff Robert Jackson and Alamosa Mayor Ty Coleman among others.

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MVPD: Two minors arrested following prank armed robbery  

MONTE VISTA — Two minors were arrested Sunday, May 2, following a prank armed robbery, the Monte Vista Police Department reported.

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Prescribed fires planned on Rio Grande National Forest

MONTE VISTA — The San Luis Valley Interagency Fire Management Unit plans to conduct several prescribed fires this Spring on the Rio Grande National Forest. Ignitions will take place only if conditions are favorable and will meet burn plan parameters.

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CDOT replacing culvert on US 285 north of Monte Vista

RIO GRANDE COUNTY ― The Colorado Department of Transportation will repair an aged culvert on US Highway 285 just north of Monte Vista. The exact location of the US 285 project is at MP 52.3 approximately one mile north of the US 160 and US 285 intersection.

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Monte Vista Rotary Dick Boyce Memorial Book Scholarship deadline approaching

MONTE VISTA — The Monte Vista Rotary Club is once again offerring the Dick Boyce Memorial Book Scholarship to a qualifying high school senior from either the Monte Vista or Sargent high schools.

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  • 4 of 7 in ‘Love Has Won’ group facing more serious charges

    SAGUACHE —Seven members of the controversial religious group “Love Has Won” were in Saguache County Court on Wednesday, May 12, in individual, continued proceedings related to their involvement in the body of Amy Carlson, also known as “Mother God” and leader of the group, being discovered in a house owned by the group in Moffat.

  • Judge rules Joergensen will remain in custody

    SAN LUIS — Accused of setting the Spring Creek Fire, Jesper Joergensen will remain in custody after a judge refused to dismiss criminal charges against him following a virtual hearing Monday morning in which the defendant was determined still mentally incompetent to stand trial.