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Jacob Klopfenstein
Position: Staff reporter

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. ...

Cortez program emphasizes instruction and leadership

Over the past two years, three Cortez elementary schools have been participating in a University of Virginia turnaround program to get them back on track. In May, the three school...

Mancos residents upset by use of chemicals at parks

Town strayed from organic management plan this month

Cortez council endorses Phil’s World expansion, brewery

City will pledge $5,000 for new bike trails

Mesa Verde links fee increase to projects and trails

Spruce Tree House repairs is high priority

Cortez Sanitation District looking for board members

Robinson steps down from board

Mancos Balloon Festival takes place this month

Eleven hot-air balloons will take to the skies from Boyle Park in Mancos next weekend as the Mancos Valley Balloon and Arts Festival enters its 12th year. “People come from all ov...

Case against woman in double fatality is dismissed

Who was driving remains unclear, but DA could refile case

Hospice of Montezuma celebrates move to new home

A search for a new copier led to a move to a new home for Hospice of Montezuma. The nonprofit has moved into the former Triad Western Construction building at 512 N. Broadway. The...

Mancos water district continues reservoir title transfer

This summer, the Mancos Water Conservancy District has continued investigating a possible title transfer for the Jackson Gulch Project, Superintendent Gary Kennedy said Wednesday. ...

Mancos inventor creates faux-stone from plastic bags

Mancos inventor creates faux-stone works from plastic bags