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The Montezuma-Cortez High School commencement ceremony on Thursday night marked the end of the Class of 2016’s high school career, but it’s just the beginning for the graduates, said Susan Wisenbaker, the...
Archaeologist Grant Coffey will speak on “Creating Symmetry: Building Social Landscapes in the Central Mesa Verde Region,” at 7 p.m. Wednesday, June 8, at the Crow...
- Cortez council approves hospital plan, City Hall contract
- Cortez sanitation manager Tim Krebs dies at 46
- Whitewater to arrive on Lower Dolores River
- City council supports new airline’s bid to serve Cortez
- Kemper students tell council about their White House trip
A popular Mexican restaurant in Mancos has opened a new location in Dolores.
Chavolito’s is owned and operated by Chavolo Ortiz, a veteran chef of authentic...
- McPhee marina opens for business outside Dolores
- Twin Spruce opens for public fishing
- Master gardeners share secrets at Anasazi Heritage Center
- Volunteers are needed for Dolores river festival
- Dolores Public Lands Office announces hires and retires
Mayor Pro Tem Matthew Baskin has resigned from the Mancos Board of Trustees.
Board members accepted his resignation at Wednesday’s board meeting.
- Hesperus elk operation on its way out
- Mancos grads offered advice at commencement
- A dreamy Summers Night and a story with a happy ending
- Grange in Mancos announces class on fermented food
- Mancos Conservation District offering irrigation workshop
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton’s effort to protect individual water rights made progress this week in the House of Representatives.
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The Cortez Knights of Columbus Council 4209 has announced two Knights Memorial Scholarships.
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- Denise Gard and Sienna will perform at Cortez library
- SWOS students graduate
- School threats could be latest in school ‘swatting’
- 150 community college students graduate in Durango
- Board of Realtors announces this year’s Hanson scholars
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
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