Buses and cars dropped students off at the new Montezuma-Cortez High School without much fanfare on Wednesday, as assistant principal Chris Kelley and Ute Mountain Ute education counselor Alicia Whitehead greeted...
State Nation and World
Egypt announces two-stage parliamentary elections for October, November
It used to be school cafeterias served up pre-prepared, processed foods, much of it stored in 10-pound cans lining the storage room.
Not at the new Montezuma-Cortez High...
- Steps to Success
- Kemper joins School-to-Farm project with adobe oven
- ‘Still Learning’ is theme of Storytime
- Library, city sponsor reading program
- Education Briefs
A wet spring and summer has given rise to hillsides covered with infestations of oxeye daisies, a noxious weed that smells like rotting flesh and dirty, old gym...
- Enjoy and preserve the month’s bounty
- Governor tours Ute tribal land
- Low wages in high places
- 29 cases of livestock disease reported
- Conservation pays for farmers
Grant Smith, owner of GST Liquors in Dolores, has donated $10,000 to help keep the Cortez Cultural Center afloat as it wades through its budget crisis.
- National Resource wants more input
- Mancos Banks consolidated this weekend
- Pipeline company plans noise mitigation measures
- State rebrands anti-pot campaign for kids
- Q&A: Meet Chamber manager Michelle Rojas
By Rebecca Samulski
One of the beauties of the Cortez...
An overdue hiker reported missing Aug. 18 was found safe Aug. 21 after an intensive search in the mountains in the Taylor Mesa area east of Stoner.
Ron Nurnberg, 71, of...
- Two Dolores icons close up shop
- County expands on-demand MoCo bus service
- Ride the Ancients to be Oct. 11
- Elder is named Ranger of Year
- GST gives $10,000 to Cultural Center
Neighbors of a natural-gas pipeline north of Mancos are upset about noise levels coming from a pumping station.
The Mid American Pipeline transports natural gas through...
- Excelsior proposals on tap for board
- County expands MoCo bus service
- Governor visits
- National Resource plans more public input, meetings
- Gold King Mine spill captures attention of world's media