Most people in Dolores have heard of the Dominguez-Escalante expedition, the Spanish explorers who came through the area in 1776 and named the Dolores River.
But few know about Miera y Pacheco, a famous artist...
State Nation and World
Syrian activists, medics accuse Assad government of chlorine gas attacks; Syria denies it
DENVER - Young people often feel more comfortable chatting online about their troubles than talking about them face-to-face, so Colorado students should have round-the-clock...
- Colo. House passes tuition bill for Native Americans
- Library giving book to kids as part of state program
- Panther prom king and queen
- Cortez schools gain on goal for freshly cooked meals
- Carter has hope for grant, teachers
In the mountain climate between Bayfield and Pagosa Springs, farmer Matt Brewer plans to harvest 400 to 600 of pounds of leafy greens each week from just one of his aquaponic...
- ‘Pray for rain’
- Steward program offered in county
- State accepting nominations for Centennial Farm award
- Ag Expo officials say attendance up
- Hemp revival receives support
WASHINGTON – U.S. home construction rose moderately in March as builders resumed work at the end of a frigid winter. But applications for building permits slid, clouding...
- Mountain home market shows growth
- U.S. homebuilder confidence rises
- Big-town liquor store arrives in Dolores
- State unemployment rates fall in March
- Udall, Bennet try to extend wind tax credit
Funeral services for Tina Ann Newnum will be held at 2 p.m. on Friday, April 25 at Ertel...
At the turn of the 20th century,...
Both on-the-job and apprenticeship...
This young lady, captured enjoying new...
Dolores fourth- and fifth-graders discovered the thrill of hands-on outdoor education by planting Ponderosa pines near the Haycamp Mesa on Friday, April 11.
The San Juan...
- GST Liquors opens for business
- Donor pays for school projector system
- First court hearing since '90s
- Hemp gains in Dolores County
- Minorities compose half of jail population
Wearing drunk goggles, Mancos middle school students, tried to play a bean bag game, giggling at their massive failure.
"You're like, out of control," said Kensey...
- A canal reborn
- Trustees to consider business incentives
- Gun show is can't-miss event
- Sanitation demands answer from Candelaria
- Construction near County Road K.6 ramps up