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Jacob Klopfenstein
Position: Staff reporter

Montezuma-Cortez band confident about fall season

‘This show will bring down the house’

More Mancos citizens angered by use of chemicals at parks

Herbicides applied to parks this month

Mancos compost company faces permit revocation

County sets deadline for 49 Square to meet regulations

Work on Main Street brings Cortez up to standard

Colorado Department of Transportation has completed traffic sign and signal changes along U.S. Highway 160 in Cortez. Construction to install the new lights and signs were wrapped...

Cortez receives award for healthy living choices

City joins Commerce City as recipient of ‘elite’ award

School board revisits testing, improvement status

Opt-outs blur results, officials say

Dream Machine to offer music, art classes in Cortez

‘We want to be an artistic and creative hub,’ Simone Sanchez says

Mancos school officials discuss funding for improvements

The Mancos School District likely will pursue a bond issue next year to fund school improvements campus-wide. At Monday’s school board meeting, members discussed several grants that, if awar...

U.S. Senate candidate Glenn speaks in Cortez

Speaking in Cortez on Saturday, Darryl Glenn said that he enjoys being an underdog and expects to become Colorado’s next U.S. senator. “I am the human equivalent of a unicorn,” he...

Western furniture, decor shop opens in Cortez

Western home decor shop opens in Cortez

Democrats open headquarters in downtown Cortez

The Montezuma County Democratic Party has opened its headquarters for the fall election at 100 E. Main St. in Cortez. People can find information about candidates in fall races su...

United Way campaign addresses children’s needs

The United Way of Southwest Colorado is gearing up for a collaborative campaign to focus on success for kids in the region “from cradle to career,” board president Jay Wood said. ...