Standing among middle school students on local athletic fields, Ethan Long never fails to attract attention thanks to his powerfully built body, 6-foot-1 stature and 180-pound frame.
A man among boys, the...
High School Sports
Taking the court at home against Grand Junction High School on April 11, the Montezuma-Cortez High School girls tennis team struggled to win games and failed to win a single match.
Further souring the day was...
- Justice Ramos leads M-CHS track in Aztec
- M-CHS Lady Panthers fall to Demons
- Festival shares the passion
- Durango defeats M-CHS
- Spring breaks M-CHS soccer
- M-CHS baseball opens league play
- Back in the ring
- Friends of Recreation benefits community
- Ute rec center gets new direction
Well, the event is Memorial Day weekend, after all.
With that in mind, the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic and sponsors have set up something special this year to honor the holiday’s purpose: Eighty seats on...
- Talking – and hunting – turkey
- Outdoors Briefs
- Revamped ramp open at Navajo Lake
- NRA Banquet promises good time
- Purg’s final countdown
- Casting away
- Swim team accepting registrations
- Heart-pumping research
- Sports Briefs
With its offense now clicking after early season struggles, the Dolores High School baseball team has become a force to be reckoned with.
Playing on the road against...
- Ethan Long captures state title
- Dolores track teams stay busy
- Dolores hosts 277 wrestlers in peewee tournament
- Dolores track teams compete in Cortez
- Bears finish 1-2 at San Juan Slugfest
Coming off a season that saw them win 16 of 23 games and advance to the Regional finals, Ro Paschal and Jayden Peacock have been named to the San Juan Basin League's...
- Mancos track back in action
- Athlete of the week: Maya Bonde
- Athlete of the week: Brandon Hood-Farley
- Paschal shines in Cortez
- Athlete of the week: Taylor Goff plays three varsity sports