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The roughly $2.3 million water, sewer and road overhaul of the Paradise Village neighborhood is trucking along, but the project continues to depend on the weather.
“Our contract went through Nov. 13 to...
A reassessment of threats to a wildflower found only on Ute Mountain Ute land has convinced the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service that the species no longer needs Endangered Species...
- Orchard Restoration Project A bite of Montezuma County
- Box, Plentyholes elected to UMU tribal council
- ‘Ride for the Bern’
- Bridge shelter reopens Monday
- Are our headwaters at risk of a mine leak?
One person was airlifted for medical treatment after a traffic accident Sunday morning on Colorado Highway 145.
According to a Colorado State Patrol spokesperson, the...
- Whitewater ahead?
- Two marijuana farms busted on BLM land
- Thieves of heart and soul
- Forest office hires range specialist
- Faces in the Crowd: The Painter
The town of Mancos is putting the finishing touches on the 2016 budget before it comes to the town board of trustees for introduction next week.
According to the...
- Brewery turns 1
- The rhyme and reason behind cowboy poems
- The Front Page: Stories from The Mancos Times, Dec. 8, 1905
- Town Talk: What’s on tap for Mancos Valley
- Former Durango resident killed in Flora Vista
Modern borders have skewed how ancient civilizations are interpreted, says Steve Leckson, a University of Colorado archaeologist.
Great North American civilizations from...
State Nation and World
Amid violence, Jerusalem's Hadassah hospital treats both Jews and Arabs, victims and attackers
- State’s schools expand search for teachers
- Girl Scout advocates new status quo
- PSAT can give Cortez students a leg up
- An legacy of debt
- Fire starters
Local 4-H members from throughout Montezuma County earned the opportunity to send their projects to the Colorado State Fair by being first in their division and age group at the...
- 2015 Montezuma County Fair Partial Results
- Apples for the ages
- Vesicular stomatitis declines, but spreads
- Two bats test positive for rabies in Bayfield
- Noxious daisy
Purgatory Resort will celebrate its 50th anniversary this year, but the community institution and winter economic driver might never have come to be without founder Raymond Twomey...
- Lachelt ‘gravely disappointed’ in proposed oil, gas rules
- How we make purchases is quickly changing
- Cortez banker elected to state position
- Terminal could ship gas to Asia
- Entrepreneur named Leader of the Year