Friday, June 14

The Crestone Eagle is a nonprofit monthly newspaper serving Crestone and the San Luis Valley

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Our June 2024 edition is here!

Aleria Beelendorf gleefully plays with flower petals blown off this fruit tree during an intense wind at a Saturday Market at Crestone Town Park. photo by Lori Nagel

Our May Edition is Here

A total solar eclipse moved across North America, passing over Mexico, the United States, and Canada. These images were captured from Terrel, Texas. Totality, the full covering of the sun by the moon, lasted more than four minutes. photos by Mark “Ziggy” Eilets 

Our April Edition is Here

Baca resident Lynn Drake walks with Bella during the March 25 snowstorm that blanketed the area. More than two feet fell in the foothills to the east. photo by Matt Lit 

Our March issue is here!

A great horned owl flies out of a cottonwood forest in the Baca Grande, near South Crestone Creek, to start its nightly hunt. Owls are getting very active this time of year as the nesting season approaches. photo by Peter Ismert

Our February Issue is Here!

Phia, soon to be 5 and her sister, Eva, 2.5, watch as Helios tries out some electric drums at a music swap held at T-Road Brewing Company, Jan. 20. Photo by Matt Lit

Our January Edition is Here!

Elk grazing just northeast of Laurel Road and Wagon Wheel on a wintry evening following a brief snowstorm. Photo by Lori Nagel

Our December Edition is Here!

A Yak at the Chokurei Yak Ranch wishes everyone a season’s greeting. Photo Autumn Brooke Grinath

Our November issue is here!

Three phases of the solar eclipse. The “ring of fire” solar eclipse, Oct. 14, was visible in a narrow path over North America and partially in the San Luis Valley. The second great American eclipse will come early next year. It will be the total solar eclipse of April 8, 2024. Photo composite by Lori Nagel. 

Our May Edition is Here

A total solar eclipse moved across North America, passing over Mexico, the United States,...

Our April Edition is Here

Baca resident Lynn Drake walks with Bella during the March 25 snowstorm that blanketed...

Our March issue is here!

A great horned owl flies out of a cottonwood forest in the Baca Grande,...

Our February Issue is Here!

Phia, soon to be 5 and her sister, Eva, 2.5, watch as Helios tries...

Our January Edition is Here!

Elk grazing just northeast of Laurel Road and Wagon Wheel on a wintry evening...

Our December Edition is Here!

A Yak at the Chokurei Yak Ranch wishes everyone a season’s greeting. Photo Autumn...

Our November issue is here!

Three phases of the solar eclipse. The “ring of fire” solar eclipse, Oct. 14,...

Our September edition is here

Sunrise brings with it vibrant sun rays stretching out into the Valley in August....

A bumblebee enjoys a sunflower. With 20,000 bee species worldwide, Colorado is home to...

Bats are back at Valley View

It’s that time of the year when Brazilian Free-tailed bats arrive in the San...
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