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Jacob Klopfenstein
Position: Staff reporter

Mancos trustees discuss proposed livestock ordinance

‘Roosters are noise timebombs,’ resident says

Lopez gets six years for sex assault on child

Judge: He’s a ‘coward’ for not fessing up

Ute Mountain Utes receive $871,000 housing grant

Ute tribe pursuing additional projects

Montezuma County Fair features events for kids, seniors

Car race runs tonight; ‘something for everyone’

KSUT returns to airwaves in Montezuma County

KSUT is back on the air in Montezuma County. KSUT’s Four Corners Public Radio service was restored Tuesday afternoon after the station had a brief hiatus from the airwaves, said T...

WildEdge brewery moves a step closer to Cortez

Cortez is closer to having a third craft brewery in the city. At their Tuesday meeting, city council members approved on first reading a rezone of the properties at 101, 111 and 1...

Cortez council extends pot shop hours to 9 p.m.

Later hours geared toward tourism business

Baxstrom found not guilty in attempted-murder case

After a weeklong trial, Garrett “Ty” Baxstrom was found not guilty Monday of second-degree attempted murder. Baxstrom, 39, was accused in Montezuma District Court of shooting Kris...

Montezuma Inspire aims to get kids outside

Group is awarded a $75,000 GOCO grant

Bears Ears proposal draws passionate crowd to Bluff

Obama officials, natives and locals converge on Bluff, Utah

Cortez council approves marijuana, planning ordinances

Pot stores could be open 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Mancos trustees decline FoodShare offer for Community Center

Board worried about violating grant agreement