Top news from around the region
After months of discussion, the Cortez city council has decided not to move forward with a policy that would create designated smoke-free areas on city property.
During a workshop on Tuesday, the council...
More Montezuma County children are affected by poverty on average, and more are born into high-risk situations than the state as a whole, according to a new report from the...
- National monuments in crosshairs of review ordered by Trump
- Democrats kill attempt to provide tax credits for private education
- Cortez council approves conditional use permit for school
- Mancos schools moving to four-day schedule
- Cortez Fire District breaks ground on new station
Dolores depends on the outdoor recreation economy, and nobody exemplifies that more than Billy and Lainey Beyhan, owners of the Dolores River Campground.
- Festive furniture builder named Citizen of the Year
- Forest trails, roads open
- McPhee reservoir boat ramps open May 1.
- Firewood permits available
- Dolores River whitewater release is flowing strong
A former owner of Trimble Hot Springs, Ruedi Bear, was remembered Friday as an entrepreneur who loved jazz and skiing.
Bear, 72, died in a one-vehicle crash Thursday...
- Mancos State Park preparing for summer of boating, fishing
- Cathy Epps honored as school garden champion
- Mancos town administrator Andrea Phillips resigns
- Houseboat infested with mussels is intercepted
- Crash near Mancos kills former owner of Trimble Hot Springs
The National Weather Service will offer free storm-spotter training sessions May 1-3 in Pagosa Springs, Durango and Cortez.
State Nation and World
Students have enjoyed the state-of-the-art labs, classrooms and study areas since January, but on Friday, the community will have its chance to check out the new geosciences,...
- Empire Electric’s continuing education scholarships are available
- Southwest Colorado Community College hosts job fair on April 11
- Cortez Middle School Honor Roll Quarter 3, 2016-2017
- Free concert at Cortez library on Friday
- Brendan Leonard visits Cortez library March 15
As the Cortez Farmers Market prepares to open for business, registration has already opened for returning vendors.
The market, which includes produce sellers from...
- Montezuma orchard project plants trees at CSU research station
- Montezuma Land Conservancy developing 80-acre farm
- Cattle growers association accepting intern applications
- Southwestern Colorado Research Center gets new manager
- Mia Stovall teaches herd dog clinics at Ag Expo
Montezuma School to Farm Project’s new director will bring 35 years of organic farming experience to the group.
David Glenn is a fifth-generation farmer from...
- Lawmakers reach a compromise on construction defects bill
- Photo: Cortez Gun and Sportsman Show
- Home businesses, internet demand increase in Montezuma, survey says
- ConocoPhillips sells San Juan Basin assets for up to $3 billion
- Local nurses recognized for service