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Jacob Klopfenstein
Position: Staff reporter

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 ...

Cortez Police Chief Lane wins award

Honored for lengthy law enforcement career

‘Paths to Mesa Verde’ trail moves forward

The countywide Paths to Mesa Verde trail project took a step forward on Monday, June 20 as the Montezuma County Commission authorized negotiations between the county and consulting firm Lori...

Mesa Elementary school garden coming together

Participants receive Americorps education and overnight trip

Employer honored for working with military members

Manager notes employees’ work ethic

Mancos trustees appoint new member Simpson

The Mancos Board of Trustees on Wednesday appointed a new member. Cindy Simpson, who previously had served on the town planning and zoning board, will take the place of Matthew Ba...

Commissioners discuss Montezuma County weed policy

‘We need to work together and move forward,’ Suckla says

Former Montezuma-Cortez High School will come down

Re-1 Board votes to raze former high school

Mancos School Board approves drug policy

Positive tests carry penalty of suspension of extracurricular activities

Mancos district prepares to lease Jackson Gulch water

Officials checking on residents’ needs

Montezuma officials discuss fiber funding options

Commissioners noncommittal on sales tax