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WASHINGTON – The National Park Service is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year, but the system faces a multibillion-dollar maintenance backlog that officials say is no cause for...
Business and residential construction in Cortez had a robust year in 2015.
Sales tax collections last year outpaced 2014 by about 5.6 percent, bringing in about $10.38...
- Englehart painting missing from Journal building; police investigate
- Cortez man found guilty in trespassing case
- Forest cuts recreation services, adds some
- County missing out on food stamp revenue
- Wet storm unlikely to pack a punch through Tuesday
As of Wednesday, snowpack levels for 2016 in the Dolores River Basin are 150 percent of median for snow-water equivalent.
The total 2015 precipitation data for Cortez was...
- Two-county water protection group forms
- Dolores will hold first mail-in election in spring
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- Chicken Creek slash-pile burn nearly comnplete
- Mancos preparing for April vote
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- A tough day for fishing
- Chromebooks, new bus coming to Mancos high school classes
- Mt. Lookout Grange looking for new members, renewals
Electricity service was knocked out for 640 homes in Dolores after a delivery truck struck a pole, breaking a major circuit east of Joe Rowell Park.
The power loss...
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The Latest: Gold has been one of those in the ascendant as the precious metal benefited from its supposed safe-haven status
Fort Lewis College recently released its dean’s list for the fall 2015 semester. The following local students took at least 15 credits of gradable hours and achieved a...
- M-CHS students direct one-act plays Friday, Saturday
- Learning about science
- Seven books on immigrant ancestors to New England donated to Cortez library
- Education Briefs
- Having a ball
Before reading further, knock on wood.
Based on current snowpack levels in the Dolores Basin, McPhee Reservoir will fill enough to meet full water allocations for area...
- Livestock association to hold annual meeting Feb. 13
- Malheur’s aftershock
- Bayfield man named Brand Inspector of the Year
- Ute Mountain hosts ranchers at livestock symposium
- Sixth annual Western Slope Soil Health Conference coming up
The ongoing conflict between the Environmental Protection Agency and the owner of the Gold King Mine shows no signs of slowing in 2016, with a land-use agreement set to expire in...
- Colorado Love Outdoor gear store opens on Main Street
- Paralyzed man sues Mercy over ‘reckless and dangerous conduct’
- Mercury takes on parent company’s name, Vantiv
- Dylan Redwine’s mother supports bill to add crime-fighting tool
- Greater Superfund involvement sought
This is another letter from Stephen...
As we have experienced in our area...