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Jacob Klopfenstein
Position: Staff reporter

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

New Mexico author Redsand to visit Cortez

Tells of search for acceptance and faith

Dove Creek clinic gets grant to enhance services

The Dove Creek Medical Clinic recently received a $40,000 grant award from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Awards are given based on high levels of performance i...

Water line construction starting up in Cortez

Water line construction and drainage improvement work will begin in Cortez after the Labor Day weekend, Public Works director Phil Johnson said Thursday. About 3,900 feet of 6- an...

Cortez buildings will be surveyed for historic value

Two dozen properties in Cortez on the south side of Main Street will be surveyed next month for historical significance. The city received a grant from the Colorado Historical Soc...

Montezuma Land Conservancy plans Harvest Beer Festival

Event features 12 area breweries

Mancos trustees approve increases in utility fees

Change could bring in an additional $30,000, Phillips says

Montezuma County author writes kids mystery novel

Montezuma County author Lynette Harrell’s new book for adolescents is inspired by real-life people, places and experiences in Southwest Colorado. “The Little Giants as the Mysteri...

Mancos misses out on Space to Create

Town officials still pursuing housing solutions

Mesa Verde celebrates 100 years of the National Park Service

Mesa Verde celebrates 100 years of the National Park Service

Cortez council discusses marijuana cultivation in industrial park

Cortez Industrial Park is area in question