Saturday Nov 16
Colorado man guilty of murder after burying his wife alive
A jury has found a convicted child killer guilty of first-degree murder, determining he pummeled his 19-year-old wife with a bat and buried her alive in 1996.
Cortez Journal News
Bears shut out by Monte Vista
Against quality football teams, the Dolores Bears 1-5 must limit their mistakes.
San Luis potato sizes, yields on the small side
Wada Farms, which markets potatoes for Worley & McCullough Inc., Monte Vista, Colo., started harvesting in San Luis on Aug. 19. Potatoes from the San Luis Valley may be slightly smaller this year, said Les Alderete, general manager at Center-based Skyline Potato Co.
Inside Bay Area
Monte Vista 20, Berkeley 6
Led by the rushing attack of Matt Rood and Zach Cribb, the Monte Vista High football team powered its way to a 20-6 nonleague win over host Berkeley on Friday night.
Monte Vista lumber mill fire cause identified
The fire began Thursday near electrical equipment on the second floor of the mill.