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"We put out 140 chairs, and...
Members of the Sri Chinmoy Oneness-Home Peace Run passed through Cortez on Thursday, May 26. It was the second consecutive year that the Peace Run, a torch relay by international...
- Archaeologist Coffey to present lecture at Crown Canyon
- Cortez council approves hospital plan, City Hall contract
- Cortez sanitation manager Tim Krebs dies at 46
- Whitewater to arrive on Lower Dolores River
- M-CHS Class of 2016 has ‘skyrocketing future’
The Dolores River Anglers chapter of Trout Unlimited is becoming more involved in river health and community events.
The conservation group monitors the Dolores River...
- Dolores natives to attend music intensive in Limerick, Ireland
- Dolores High School graduates Class of 2016
- Chavolito’s comes to Dolores’ main street
- McPhee marina opens for business outside Dolores
- Twin Spruce opens for public fishing
- Two Mancos students make college dean’s list
- Grand Summer Nights picks up momentum
- Mancos School of the West offering classes
- Mesa Verde entrance to get bridge work
- Durango painter Grajeda displays work in Mancos
WASHINGTON – The House Committee on Natural Resources examined what it dubbed a “culture of corruption” in...
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- Lews-Arriola attendance
- Cortez Knights of Columbus announces 2016 scholarships
- Denise Gard and Sienna will perform at Cortez library
- SWOS students graduate
- School threats could be latest in school ‘swatting’
The Colorado Department of Agriculture is accepting listings for the 2016 Colorado Hay Directory. The annual publication, celebrating its 30th anniversary, markets Colorado hay to...
- Ranching challenges emerge after 2012 drought
- USDA restarts incentives to grow and harvest biomass
- Cortez Farmers Market promises 39 booths this season
- Newborn calves herald a new season in Four Corners
- Can food hubs boost rural farming economies?
The mining boom is long over for San Juan County, though it left a trove of golden real estate opportunity.
Provided the buyer doesn’t mind primitive living, a...
- Mercy will offer free class about prediabetes
- New-home sales jump to an eight-year high
- Southwest Health worries that lab tech program will close
- New Mexico sues EPA, Sunnyside Mine owners
- Colorado unemployment ticks up to 3.1% for April