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Jacob Klopfenstein
Position: Staff reporter

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

Cortez gets $2 million grant for new fire station

The Cortez Fire Protection District has received a $2 million grant to build a new fire station. A station will be constructed at North and Washington streets to replace the exist...

3-D art show is opening at restaurant in Mancos

Cortez artist Rosie Carter brings her three-dimensional works to Olio Restaurant in Mancos this week. Carter’s show, titled “All Shining Briefly,” runs Aug. 27 through Oct. 15. It...

Mancos marshal works to put department back on track

After a turbulent 2015, Mancos Marshal Jason Spruell is putting the department back on track

Split in BOCES wouldn’t hurt Cortez, Schuenemeyer says

Split wouldn’t be dire, Durango’s board president says

Reach Out Music Festival brings Christian music to Cortez

The Reach Out Music Festival this weekend will bring a mixture of Christian music artists to Cortez City Park. “We’re just trying to bring something positive to the community,” sa...

Montezuma-Cortez High School demolition hits speed bump

District officials working to find money

Mancos artist’s work stolen at Park City festival

Mancos artist Kevin DesPlanques reports that about $11,000 worth of his handcrafted wood furniture was stolen during the Kimball Arts Festival in Park City, Utah. Several artists ...

Mancos school board weighs security options

Concealed weapons, school officer are among the choices

Cortez duels Aspen in contest to name Top Adventure Town

Cortez faces a showdown with Aspen in Elevation Outdoors Magazine’s Top Colorado Adventure Town 2016 contest. The magazine is a guide to outdoor sports, health, fitness and advent...

Mancos trustees discuss water tap fees

Change worth $30,000 in revenue, Phillips says