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Jacob Klopfenstein
Position: Staff reporter

Mancos district prepares to lease Jackson Gulch water

Officials checking on residents’ needs

Montezuma officials discuss fiber funding options

Commissioners noncommittal on sales tax

Local responders train in Dolores for mass casualty event

About 25 agencies engage in drill at Dolores High School

Cortez council approves ordinances

Cortez Mayor Karen Sheek began Tuesday’s city council meeting by extending condolences to the people of Orlando after the nightclub shooting Sunday that left 49 people dead. “It s...

Cortez council endorses Boutique Air’s bid for service

Opponent criticizes plane, supports former airline

JLD Architecture comes to Mancos

Couple moves from Southern California

Cortez sanitation board postpones replacing manager

Previous manager Krebs died May 20

Pink parade comes through Cortez

Rodeo features pink in support of breast cancer battle

Kemper students visit White House again

Kemper Elementary students Miles Frost, Gael Garcia, Christian Rebaza, Cecelia Thom and Trenity Tillahash were invited back to Washington, D.C., on Monday, June 6 to help harvest the White H...

Roundup Rodeo features ‘top talent’ this weekend

The Thursday evening sky turned orange in a brilliant sunset as the Montezuma County Fairgrounds grandstands filled up for the Ute Mountain Roundup Rodeo’s opening night. Dozens o...

StoneMakers landscaping opens in Cortez

Richard McDonald has opened StoneMakers in Cortez. The company provides landscaping materials such as fountains, fire pits and outdoor kitchen sets. McDonald has been in the const...

Mancos trustees approve pot grow facility

Fred Brooks appointed as Mayor pro tem