Top news from around the region
In January 2006, more than 3,000 members of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, a polygamist offshoot of the Mormon Church, gathered inside their huge white meetinghouse in Colorado City,...
Dan Hobbs farms 30 acres of land east of Pueblo, Colorado. For years, he spent weekends traveling hours to farmers markets to sell his produce, always losing a day in the fields...
- County rejects builder and cuts back on courthouse plan
- Snowpack melting fast, despite April storms
- New council members take oath of office
- Montezuma County sheriff warns residents of phone scam
- Cortez teens embark on trips to Colorado universities
The Dolores Public Library has scheduled a lecture series on personal finance that runs April 7 through May 19. Learn about household budgets, credit reports, avoiding identity...
- Grizzly Peak wilderness preserved as a natural area
- Dolores improv team qualifies for world finals
- Meet the Dolores Seven of the town board
- Secondhand Strings to perform at Dolores River Brewery
- Photographer captures elk grazing in Colorado snow
Three new faces took seats on the Mancos Board of Trustees on Wednesday.
Fred Brooks, Craig Benally and Ed Hallam were sworn in at the board’s meeting after...
- Smithsonian selects Mancos as a ‘best small town’
- Big Mancos crowd fills opera house for hoedown
- Mancos library schedules night of stand-up poetry
- Mancos expands and celebrates ambulance service
- Grand Summer Nights returning to downtown Mancos
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Interested in a career in nursing? Southwest Colorado Community College’s nursing faculty will have two short information sessions for pre-nursing...
- Manaugh Elementary wraps up school year
- Boettcher gives Fort Lewis College $150,000 for new hall
- Fort Lewis College honored with three Fulbright Scholars
- Cortez high school students celebrate with Earth Day carnival
- Cortez library gives free book ‘Giraffes Can’t Dance’
Montezuma County’s agricultural extension office offers more services than people may realize.
Director Tom Hooten gave an overview of the department during a...
- CattleGrowers group seeks intern
- Federal government wants farmers to supply local markets
- Suckla elected to BLM Grazing Advisory Board
- Stotz announces tractor pull winners
- McElmo Canyon gets new heirloom fruit trees
Citizen and environmental groups are calling for transparency and a new environmental impact statement for prospective shale oil and gas development on the Southern Ute Indian...
- Mercy recognized for its grade ‘A’ record in safety
- Superfund management team lays out plans for 2016
- Four Corners fair connects employers with job seekers
- EPA: La Plata County won’t get full reimbursement for Gold King
- Millennial generation becomes largest group in U.S.
Those of us who grew up in small rural...