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Posts from ‘January, 2014’

Alamosa Live Music Association Hosts Concerts

Heather Driedger The Paw Print ALMA is kicking off their 2014 membership drive with the annual “ALMA and Friends” benefit concert set for 7 p.m., Saturday, February 8, at the Bistro Rialto in Alamosa. You can sign up to become a member at the show and get in for free, or pay the general admission […]

Ice Cold Temperatures Begin to Fade Along with the Snow

Stephen Jiron The Paw Print We’ve all been there, the alarm sounds and as we pry ourselves from our beds to start our days there is one thing undoubtedly lingering on our minds: the subzero temperatures that await us outside our doors to prey on us and our transportation as we go on our way […]

Simple Precautions and Steps to Winterizing Your Car

Jessica Shawcroft The Paw Print It’s no secret, Alamosa gets cold! We have chilling weather the majority of the year, but as we’re all coming back from break, we need to remember a few things. Our vehicles may not be used to the cold and there are steps we can take to prolong our vehicle’s […]

Snake Eyes

Jake Hughes The Paw Print Under the safety net of a half cut log, I lay all snuggled and safe, watching these strange people who keep me locked in this glass fortress like a caged animal. These people are crafty; they just come and go as they please, thinking they rule over me. Sometimes these […]

Horoscopes for the Week of Jan. 30-Feb 5th

Madam Shawcroft The Paw Print Aquarius 01/20-02/18 You could be in your element with a focus on your sign this week. This is an opportunity to get involved in deeply personal projects that have a creative and meaningful element. Plan ahead for ideas that contribute to your purpose and enhance the sense that you’re on […]

A New Way to Treat Hepatitis C “One Pill a Day”

Steven Petrov The Paw Print Hepatitis C is a serious infection caused by the HCV virus and has always been threatened with adequate caution and persistence from medical experts. The virus primarily affects the liver and can lead to “cirrhosis” which can further develop into liver cancer and many other life-threatening conditions. The statistics about […]

Louis Clark Reaches South Pole

Steven Petrov The Paw Print The following story grabbed our newspaper’s attention due to the exceptional braveness, perseverance, adventurism, and desire of a teenager. We believe that this story can serve as a great example to our society and community, showing us that in a world of technology, video games, etc. there are still people […]

How to Boost Your Metabolism and Burn Calories

Steven Petrov The Paw Print Boosting one’s metabolism has always been one of the major objectives of those who are trying to lose weight or just get in shape. What a person’s metabolism represents is the speed with which your body burns the calories you intake. While it is a fact that some of the […]

CS Maintenance for Thursday, January 30, 2014

The following maintenance activities will take place tonight, Thursday January 30th during our normally scheduled maintenance window beginning at 9:00 PM: All Banner systems will be unavailable from 9:00 PM until sometime around 3:00 AM as Computing Services performs updates to the back-end storage system for Banner. Also beginning at 9:00 PM and lasting until […]

New Books This Week

Here’s what’s new for the week of January 27: The circle : a novel The invention of wings When the king took flight The autistic brain : thinking across the spectrum Lexicon The rational animal : how evolution made us smarter than we think Coping with concussion and mild traumatic brain injury : a guide […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet