Top news from around the region
The Cortez area is in for a burst of patriotic celebrations for the Fourth of July weekend.
Monday evening, get ready for the “ooh and aah” Cortez fireworks display, put on the past 20 years by...
Fire restrictions will begin Friday in much of the Four Corners, including on San Juan National Forest lands south of U.S. Highway 160.
Local governments and the Forest...
- How one Utah county silenced Native American voters
- Youths work on community projects
- Southwest Health warns of possible fraudulent calls
- Cortez Police Chief Lane wins award
- Veryl Goodnight inducted to Cowgirl Hall of Fame
- Family Dollar lighting disturbs neighbors in Dolores
- Firefighters ending controlled burns at Long Draw
- Dolores considers proposal for a new stadium and track
- Dolores Town Board denies funding for recycling group
- Mass casualty training scheduled for Dolores High School
The Center for Southwest Studies at Fort Lewis College opened a new exhibit Thursday that highlights the history of the National Park Service in the Four Corner...
- Mancos Half Marathon sees ‘incredible turnout’
- Runners turn out for Mancos races
- ‘Paths to Mesa Verde’ trail moves forward
- Mancos trustees appoint new member Simpson
- Distillery presents Lindells, Otis Davis
Western states gained ground last week in the ongoing tug of war with the federal government over whose say matters most in how federal lands are managed. Hydraulic fracturing,...
State Nation and World
The nonprofit Pinhead Institute returns to the Cortez Cultural Center on July 6 for its Punk Science learning series, which aims to help kids learn about science, technology,...
- Cortez library schedules Craftapalooza for toddlers to teens
- Yo-yo slinger Luke Renner brings show to Cortez library
- Puppet masters
- SWOS gets help from community to build school garden
- Summer reading programs begin
Growing Partners of Southwest Colorado seeks six leaders to participate in a community organizing fellowship, intended to connect and support projects and...
- Tax credit seeks to help young farmers
- Cattle grazing reintroduced to Forest Service lands
- Navajo farm pipeline repairs finally finished
- Scientist hopes to restore West’s degraded grasslands
- Cortez Farmers Market opens for business downtown
Three southwest Colorado companies, including two based in Durango, were among 50 businesses to make the latest list of 50...
- Golden Sunrise Acupuncture opens in Cortez
- Boutique Air CEO stands by airline’s safety
- New Mexico sues Colorado over Gold King Mine spill
- Employer honored for working with military members
- Dispute over New Mexico Hatch chile labeling heats up