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Mesa Verde National Park’s visitation has increased 8.55 percent, said spokeswoman Cristy Brown.
According to Brown, 232,518 people visited the park this year, compared with 214,199 who visited at this...
- Rabbit in Montezuma County tests positive for tularemia
- Public debates sales tax for broadband
- Lightning ignites small Mesa Verde fire
- Defense: Baxstrom acted in self-defense in wife’s shooting
- Montezuma Inspire aims to get kids outside
- Forest officials tout benefits of Long Draw fire
- Appleseed Collective plays Dolores
- Whistleblower tells of botched investigation at Hubbell Trading Post
- Judge reverses decision to close Rio Grande Southern Hotel
- Dolores Arts Guild shows off students’ work
Recent hot, dry, and breezy weather has resulted in extremely dry vegetation fuels throughout Mesa Verde National Park. Because of the very high fire danger, several fire...
- Cattle Drive Coffee opens up shop near Hogan trading post
- Mesa Verde ranger to give CCC talk
- Veryl Goodnight show debuts in Fort Worth
- Mancos Creative District hires administrator Imel
- Durango woman dies, Mancos man injured in motorcycle crash
DENVER – Gov. John Hickenlooper and Colorado House Majority Leader Crisanta Duran are scheduled to speak next week at the Democratic National Convention in...
State Nation and World
More than five months of intense efforts paid off as two recent Animas High School graduates’ car qualified for the Solar Car Challenge.
During the so-called...
- Cortez library releases schedule for August Storytime sessions
- Mesa, CU Boulder add civil engineering to partnership
- Animas High School graduates’ adventure underway in solar car
- Tipton invites Cortez students to take part in App Challenge
- Students from Cortez and Dolores receive PEO scholarships
The Region 9 Economic Development District of SW Colorado, Inc. has received a Rural Business Development Grant through USDA for the Southwest Colorado...
- Farm Service Agency reminds wheat producers of marketing loans
- Strength in numbers
- Growing Partners seeks six leaders for fellowship program
- Tax credit seeks to help young farmers
- Cattle grazing reintroduced to Forest Service lands
DENVER – Colorado stands at a pivotal time for policies related to natural resources.
Newly appointed Department of Natural Resources director Bob Randall is...
- Durango, Cortez favor extension of marijuana shop hours
- XTO Energy fined $10,000 for March spill
- Study: Marijuana has less impact on tourism than thought
- Ignacio oil operator cited for pipeline that leaked into Ute Creek
- Workforce development board weighs airport ballot item