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Jacob Klopfenstein
Position: Staff reporter

Driver with fourth alcohol conviction gets 150 days

Five people were sentenced in Montezuma County Court on Tuesday by Judge JenniLynn Lawrence. Edbert Elkriver was sentenced to 150 days in prison with credit for 61 days already se...

Mancos water district prepares ‘17 budget

Jackson Gulch Reservoir transfer hits some bumps

Mancos photo show features School to Farm Project

Photo show at Mancos Visitor Center features school gardens

Mancos raising funds for new playground

Re-6 pursuing state grant for project

Device will monitor Mancos air quality

Dust affects residents on town’s southwest side

Main Street Emporium opens in downtown Cortez

New location is ‘more funky,’ owner says

Walker retained as 22nd Judicial District judge

Doug Walker was retained as judge of the 22nd Judicial District by a vote of 6,812 to 4,369, or 61 percent of the vote. Walker had received a unanimous recommendation from the nin...

Voters approve $1.8 million to demolish old M-CHS

Voters on Tuesday approved a Montezuma-Cortez Re-1 school district request for permission to spend up to $1.8 million toward demolition of the old high school on W. Seventh Street. ...

Mancos library levy passes with 65.7 percent of vote

Mancos on Tuesday approved a levy to help fund library costs. The vote on Mancos 4A was 1,207 to 630, with 65.7 percent of voters approving the levy. Library Director L...

Mancos Common Press gets grant to restore building

$89,000 used primarily for restoration of building’s interior

M-CHS explores space, sci-fi in ‘Tempest’ production

Cast takes Shakespeare in unconventional direction

Cortez school nurse wins top Colorado award

Montezuma-Cortez High School nurse Sue Ciccia has been given a top award from the Colorado Association of School Nurses. Ciccia was awarded the group’s School Nurse Administrator ...