New businesses coming to Dolores

The little yellow building next to the Flying Pig at 313 Railroad Ave. is being prepped to become a recording studio. This little building has been a lot of things over the years, most recently a hair salon. Before that, a gift shop and before that a medical marijuana outlet.

Today, however, Dean Acheson, is prepping the little building to become Back Stage Recording. Acheson says it will be a professional recording studio with a personal touch. He hopes to be open by the beginning of May. E-mail him at for more information.


The Naked Moose, a yummy restaurant that closed its doors here in Dolores several years ago, is also being prepped to reopen. Robert, who was busy preparing for a grand opening last week, hopes to open the doors in early May. Keep a look out here and at the restaurant, which is located very close to the Star office.


Mark and Teresa at the Pony Expresso stayed open late on Saturday and made a special prom dinner for a few lucky prom-goers on Saturday night. And speaking of prom, everyone looked lovely and reportedly had a great time.


The Montezuma County Sheriff's Department was called last week to break up a fight between parents out in front of the Dolores High School. The details on said fight are sketchy.



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April 26: Bryce Bowden, Iris Miller, Kristen Sue Fredriksen, Reba Short

April 27: Ruth Hensen

April 28: Terry Rose, James Dustin Warren, Kara Ancell, Dick Swanner, Jack Akin, Rachel Hensen, Colin Ray Mosbarger, Lois N. Crabtree, Jerry Scrivner, Sr., MyrPhil Turnbull, Colin Mosbarger

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April 30: Kendra Colleen Dorr, Taylor Minor, Michelle Perez

May 1: Daisy May Collins, Helen Edwards, Tina (Willett) Archer, Rita Martinez, Myrl Cressler, Larry Quintana, Jessica Lynn Dodson, Jeff Holmes

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