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Jacob Klopfenstein
Position: Staff reporter

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

Tipton opponent Schwartz makes campaign stop in Cortez

Tipton’s opponent makes campaign stop in Cortez

Southwest Open School upgrades kitchen

Southwest Open School debuted a new kitchen this week. The kitchen contains new industrial-grade equipment, including sinks, a dishwasher and refrigerator. It will be used to proc...

Mancos manages weeds at Cottonwood Park

Though several types of noxious weeds were discovered in Cottonwood Park this spring, crews won’t spray herbicide to get rid of them — at least not this year, Mancos Administrator Andrea Phi...

Taste of India restaurant opens in Cortez

Taste of India restaurant has opened at 1013 E. Main St. in Cortez with the promise of “100 percent healthier food.” Co-owner and Chef Raju Singh came from Utah to open the restau...

Western Slope group denounces ColoradoCare

West Slope group says plan could be ‘extremely detrimental’

Public, private officials seek state internet plan

Public officials and private-sector professionals agreed Thursday in Cortez that Colorado needs a consolidated plan for broadband internet infrastructure. Club 20, a Western Slope...

WildEdge Brewing one step closer to Cortez

Craft brewery would be city’s third

Golden Sunrise Acupuncture opens in Cortez

Seattle-trained specialist returns to Southwest Colorado

Boutique Air CEO stands by airline’s safety

Simpson touts single-engine Pilatus’ safety record

Cortez council discusses Osprey, Calkins buildings

Cortez City Council members on Tuesday approved a site development plan for the new Osprey Basecamp building at 800 N. Park St. The 26,310-square-foot building will become Osprey ...