Membership for 4-H Shooting Sports is open
The Montezuma County 4-H Shooting Sports Archery Range will be open to the public for membership effective Aug. 29.
The cost is $35 per member or $45 for a family membership. The membership will run through the end of the year. To sign up, you must go to the Montezuma County Extension Office to pay your fee and to sign the paperwork.
If you have questions, please call Rusty Hamilton at 529-3499 or the Extension Office at 565-3123.
Fair Board seeking new members
The Montezuma County Fair Board is looking for three community members who are willing to work together to organize county fair events, contests and exhibits in order to make the fair a community event.
Two of the openings are four-year terms, and one opening is a two-year term. Interested individuals must submit a letter of interest to the Extension office,109 W. Main, Room 102 in Cortez before 4:30 p.m., Friday Sept. 5, 2014.
For more information, call 970-565-3123.
Forest meeting Sept. 11
The San Juan National Forest will host a stakeholder workshop on the Rico-West Dolores Travel Management Plan process on Sept. 11 at 6 p.m. at the Dolores Community Center.
Theft reported at school
A deputy for The Montezuma County Sheriff's Office who was conducting a walk-through of the Dolores Elementary school on Monday, Aug. 18, was approached by an employee wanting to discuss a theft from the school.
She said multiple fly fishing rods, valued at $4,000 had been stolen and that the theft was noticed about 7 a.m. by the person tracking the gym equipment.
The deputy was unable to investigate the scene because it had been contaminated by the school staff attempting to locate the missing gear, according to the sheriff's office.
The Dolores Star