Synonyms for alamosa or Related words with alamosa

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Examples of "alamosa"
Alamosa Public Schools are part of the Alamosa School District RE-11J, and include Alamosa Elementary School, Ortega Middle School, and Alamosa High School. Robert Alejo is the Superintendent of Schools.
San Luis Valley Regional Airport (Bergman Field) is two miles south of Alamosa, in Alamosa County, Colorado. It is owned by the City and County of Alamosa. It sees one airline, subsidized by the Essential Air Service program.
The refuge may be viewed by automobile along a auto tour, as well as from county roads. A visitors center for the Alamosa/Baca/Monte Vista complex is located in the Alamosa refuge southeast of the town of Alamosa.
Alamosa East is located at (37.475487, -105.853575).
Alamosa East is a census-designated place (CDP) in Alamosa County, Colorado, United States. The population was 1,458 at the 2010 census.
Canada Alamosa can refer to 1) a box canyon midway along the course of Alamosa Creek, which box canyon is also known today as Monticello Canyon, or Monticello Box Canyon, or simply Monticello Box; 2) the course of Alamosa Creek, which has the box canyon midway along its length, also known as Alamosa Creek, Alamosa River, and Rio Alamosa; 3) the area around the box canyon which the Warm Springs band of Apaches regard as their home-base, and which contains the site of a warm springs "Ojo Caliente", which flows into Alamosa Creek at the upper end of the box canyon; and 4) the historic name of a small Hispanic community which was settled in about 1857 a few miles south of the box canyon on Alamosa Creek, but which changed its name in 1881 to the present name of Monticello, New Mexico.
B.S., Adams State College, Alamosa, Colorado, 1964.
State Highway 370 is a highway near Alamosa, Colorado.
State Highway 368 is a highway near Alamosa, Colorado.
In 1881, after its days as an illicit trading center were past, the town of Canada Alamosa changed its name to Monticello, and since then the canyon of the Alamosa has occasionally been referred to as Monticello Canyon, or Monticello Box Canyon. Today the Canada Alamosa area remains an isolated and sparsely populated area in southwest Socorro County and northwest Sierra County, New Mexico. Monticello, although still inhabited, is reduced in population and is listed as a ghost town. The adobe ruins of the old Ojo Caliente agency have melted into the ground. The Ojo Caliente hot springs, at the upstream entrance to the Canada Alamosa on Alamosa Creek in southwest Socorro County, New Mexico (33.570084°-107.595117°) generates a major part of the flow of the Canada Alamosa, which runs through the canyon and is then gathered into a ditch system, and is expended on small local fields along Alamosa Creek, above and below Monticello.
Canada Alamosa (Cañada Alamosa translated as "Canyon of the Cottonwoods"), is a term historically applied to four geographical features, all in the same immediate area in southwest Socorro and northwest Sierra Counties, New Mexico. In historical texts the name, Canada Alamosa is applied inter-changeably to the four features, and it is often only the context that distinguishes one feature from the other.
Alamosa High School (AHS) is the public senior high school of the city of Alamosa, Colorado, United States. The school colors are maroon, white and black, and its mascot is a Mean Moose.
The closest city is Alamosa, though Canon City, Pueblo, Colorado Springs, Denver and Albuquerque, New Mexico are within a few hours' drive. The U.S. Post Office at Alamosa (ZIP Code 81101) serves the national park.
Note 2 The Alamosa Creek referred to in this article, which extends from the southwest quadrant of Socorro County to the northwest quadrant of Sierra County should not be confused with the Alamosa Creek, which is in northern Socorro County.
Estrella is an unincorporated community in Alamosa County, in the U.S. state of Colorado.
The term Canada Alamosa is also generally applied to Alamosa Creek as well. Alamosa Creek enters the western entrance to the canyon in a desert area about 30 miles downstream from its source in the San Mateo Mountains, and about 37 miles upstream from the mouth of the river where it empties into the Rio Grande near the upper end of Elephant Butte Reservoir. The canyon extends for about 12 miles downstream. The canyon separates the Alamosa River into a northern upstream segment, and a southern downstream segment.
reniform spot. Superficially this form is most similar to "Hypotrix hueco" and "Xestia bolteri", both of which occur with "H. alamosa". It differs from "Xestia bolteri" in that "H. alamosa" has smaller reniform, orbicular, and claviform spots, and in lacking spiniform setae on the tibiae. The pale form of "H. alamosa" looks like the specimens have been bleached, so the forewing is light orange with the maculation weakly defined by fine yellow lines. The dark and light forms frequently occur together and the two syntypes of "H. alamosa" represent a specimen of each form.
Sacred Heart Catholic Church is a historic church at 727 4th Street in Alamosa, Colorado.
The Alamosa Formation is a geologic formation in Colorado. It preserves fossils.
Alamosa is served by San Luis Valley Regional Airport. The only commercial service is to Denver.