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Jacob Klopfenstein
Position: Staff reporter

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

Seattle glass artist visits Mancos School of the West

Seattle artist Kelley Knickerbocker visited Mancos last weekend to teach a class through the Mancos School of the West. Her two-day workshop was titled “Radical Dimensions in Glas...

Ute tribe celebrates spring with Bear Dance

Dozens of Ute Mountain Ute tribe members gathered Friday in Towaoc for the annual Bear Dance ceremony. Spectators watched around the circular gathering space as men and women line...

Navajo woman’s woolly wish is granted in McElmo Canyon

96-year-old Navajo woman spends time with sheep

Mesa Verde entrance to get bridge work

Traffic may be diverted onto the exit ramp

Durango painter Grajeda displays work in Mancos

Durango painter Grajeda’s large-format work on display at Olio

Southwest Health pharmacist stresses antibiotics awareness

Meyer helped update CDC’s guidelines

Cortez sanitation manager Tim Krebs dies at 46

Cortez Sanitation District Manager Tim Krebs died Friday, May 20 at the age of 46. He was born on July 25, 1969 in Jacksonville, Florida, according to his obituary. Krebs had serv...

Cortez council approves hospital plan, City Hall contract

Southwest Memorial expansion includes new patient wing, office building

M-CHS Class of 2016 has ‘skyrocketing future’

The Montezuma-Cortez High School commencement ceremony on Thursday night marked the end of the Class of 2016’s high school career, but it’s just the beginning for the graduates, said Susan W...

Mancos Mayor Pro Tem Baskin resigns

Board considers FoodShare’s proposal