Top news from around the region
Cortez City Council members on Tuesday delayed a decision about allowing marijuana growing operations in the industrial park, saying that they needed more information.
Mark Rodgers, who owns property off...
The historic McElmo Flume is set to get a final makeover, thanks to a $180,000 grant awarded this month to Montezuma County from the Colorado State Historical...
- Boutique Air starts Cortez flights in October
- Biochar seen as potential market for forest
- Man found dead beneath table at Cortez City Park
- Push underway to remove ‘slavery’ from state law
- Mesa Verde to host Centennial Fun Run
Up-and-coming country rocker David Luning and his band will perform at the Dolores River Brewery on Saturday, Aug. 27.
The singer-songwriter from Forestville, California...
- Mudslides slow traffic west of Telluride
- Search and Rescue sins Escalante Days parade.
- Dolores Mountain Quilters show off talent this weekend
- Civilian Conservation Corp featured at Dolores Library
- Joe Rowell Park improves
The National Park Service has completed its first 100 years of service, but for Mesa Verde Superintendent Cliff Spencer, the work is far from over.
At a ceremony...
- Mancos misses out on Space to Create
- Mesa Verde kicks off centennial celebration Thursday morning
- Mancos Harvest Festival takes place Sept. 11
- Mancos Days moving to private management
- 3-D art show is opening at restaurant in Mancos
A dusting of snow this week in the high country above Durango is a reminder of the approaching freeze-thaw cycle that tends to loosen rocks along area highways.
State Nation and World
Southwest Open School has added several new staff members in key positions.
Charlotte Wolf became the SWOS director on July 1, replacing Jennifer Chappell, who resigned...
- Celebrating a new school year
- M-CHS grad Bloedel is stationed in Okinawa, Japan
- How much are students willing to pay to attend Fort Lewis College?
- Return on Fort Lewis College investments better than state’s
- Four local students graduate from Adams State University
An Australian entrepreneur, now based in Durango, wants to change the way cattle herds are managed with health-tracking technology.
David Poussard’s company...
- Montezuma 4-H livestock sale nets $152,000
- Research center hosts field tour, barbecue in Yellow Jacket
- We’ve got your goats
- Collbran benefit planned for Western Colorado Agriculture Resource Center
- Region 9 receives $60K from USDA for SCAPE Program
The Region 9 Economic Development District of Southwest Colorado announces Ron LeBlanc and Robert Whitson have joined the Region 9 board of...
- Southwest Health moves forward with $30M expansion
- Southwest Health imaging director recognized for excellence
- Study finds oil and gas industry largest contributor to ‘hot spot’
- Report gives grim look at U.S. coal mining
- Lone Spur Cafe opens in Francisco’s building