Top news from around the region
A rural community on the edge of the nation’s largest American Indian reservation mourned the death of an 11-year-old girl Tuesday as authorities pored over remote stretches of the Navajo Nation in search of the...
Incumbents Orly Lucero and Lori Johnson face...
- Tribes come together to promote Bears Ears National Monument
- Captive-born wolf pups released in New Mexico
- Snowpack melting fast, despite April storms
- New council members take oath of office
- County rejects builder and cuts back on courthouse plan
For The Journal
The Dolores River Anglers’ chapter of Trout Unlimited will meet Monday, May 16 downstairs in the Main Street Brewery, Cortez. A meet-and-greet...
- At the Library
- 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
A new gym has opened in Mancos and will be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Momentum Fitness has other locations in Bayfield and Pagosa Springs. The Mancos...
- Mancos gallery showcases interior design
- Kindergarten open house is May 4 in Mancos
- Mancos Valley Distillery presents MamaLaya
- Wanted: A new home for Mancos School of the West
- Heritage Hometown Collectibles expands in Mancos
In mid-October, the clouds over southeastern Utah loomed cobalt blue behind the glowing pink sandstone cliffs that overlook the San Juan River, on the edge of the little hamlet of...
State Nation and World
More than 500 Fort Lewis College graduates likely opened the door Saturday to higher salaries and higher rates of personal satisfaction.
While there are no guarantees in...
- SCCC offers information sessions for nursing students
- 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
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...
- Ag extension has roots in community
- CattleGrowers group seeks intern
- Federal government wants farmers to supply local markets
- Suckla elected to BLM Grazing Advisory Board
- Stotz announces tractor pull winners
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.