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DENVER — Darryl Glenn, a tea-party favorite from the conservative stronghold of Colorado Springs, decisively won Colorado’s Republican U.S. Senate primary Tuesday and will face incumbent Democrat Michael...
The San Juan National Forest would like to remind people of the serious risk posed by lightning, especially in the high country during summer. The following are some common myths...
- County approves Jaynes to build new courthouse
- Driver escapes serious injury in U.S. 160 rollover
- ‘Paths to Mesa Verde’ trail moves forward
- Firefighters ending controlled burns at Long Draw
- Music and movies will debut at Montezuma County Fair
Firefighters continued this weekend to manage a contained fire that started last week after a lightning strike east of the Dolores-Norwood Road about 20 miles north of Dolores in...
- 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
- Rico, Dolores trail users are given time to comment on plan
- RV campground opens just south of Dolores
The Mancos Public Library took over the running of the Mancos Half Marathon this year with the intent of opening up the event to more people in the community, event organizer...
- Runners turn out for Mancos races
- Mancos trustees appoint new member Simpson
- Distillery presents Lindells, Otis Davis
- Get ready for a busy weekend in Mancos
- Mancos School Board approves drug policy
DENVER – U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton survived a primary Tuesday, easily defeating a 27-year-old recent law school graduate.
Tipton took 79 percent of the vote to Alex...
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The Cortez Public Library has scheduled a Craftapalooza for Friday, July 22, with crafts and fun activities available for toddlers to teenagers.
- 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
- Montezuma-Cortez High School
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
ALBUQUERQUE – New Mexico is suing the state of Colorado, saying its northern neighbor should be held responsible for the contamination from a massive mine waste spill last...
- Employer honored for working with military members
- Dispute over New Mexico Hatch chile labeling heats up
- Flood study planned for South Mineral drainage
- Marijuana shops could have extended hours
- Taxpayers miss out on millions of dollars in unemployment payments