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Hundreds of people marched through downtown Cortez on Saturday, braving a snowstorm to show support for women’s rights, the environment and other causes.
The Women’s March for Unity march was held...
- Forgotten rock-art panel attracting attention in Bluff
- Parks and Rec approves survey on smoking policy
- Havran Dry Cleaners closes after 70 years in Cortez
- Seas'nings catering business closes after 19 years in Cortez
- Mesa Verde entrance fees increased for 2017
- Dolores River Basin analyzed for fire risk
- Galloping Goose gearing up for winter trips
- Dolores school district hopes for on-campus clinic, counselor
- Winter discovery walk scheduled for Boggy Draw
- Lecture series opens with history of Galloping Goose, railroad
The 2017 water season in the Mancos Valley is looking good, for now, Mancos Water Conservancy District Superintendent Gary Kennedy said Tuesday.
- Mancos Elementary needs leadership after principal’s crash
- Mancos School of the West unveils February classes
- Mancos school board passes 2017 budget
- New programs starting at Mancos library
- Volunteer group will take over Mancos Days festival
DENVER – The opening prayer and Pledge of Allegiance at the Colorado House of Representatives on Friday were punctuated by chants of “not my president.”...
State Nation and World
Following is the honor roll for Cortez Middle School’s second quarter of the 2016-2017 school year. Each student’s name is followed by...
- Photo: Panther band plays at game
- Vantiv donates to Fort Lewis College computer engineering program
- Fort Lewis College free lecture series explores history, music, science
- New FLC science and engineering building will ‘rocket us forward’
- Photos: Making holiday glitter
The Southwest Chapter of the Colorado Native Plant Society plans to host a free presentation on managing the invasive oxeye daisy and Russian olive on...
- Southwest agricultural summit will be held in Lewis
- San Juan National Forest accepting project proposals
- Horsemen plan monthly meeting, talk on arborglyphs
- Nominees sought for horse and burro board
- 4-H honors members at annual achievement night
Financial advisor Andrew Cuckie has opened Edward Jones in Cortez, providing the city with “holistic” planning services, he said Friday.
“We work as...
- Stanley opens new Cortez realty company
- Region 9 announces new loan committee member
- Kiwanis donate $6,600 to local schools
- Acme Healing Center accused of marijuana code violations
- Oil and gas lease sale near Chaco Canyon scheduled