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Jacob Klopfenstein
Position: Staff reporter

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

Kemper students tell council about their White House trip

Five kids were invited to plant garden with Michelle Obama

City council supports new airline’s bid to serve Cortez

Boutique Air could provide three flights to Denver, one to Phoenix

Southwest Health worries that lab tech program will close

A Southwest Health System official has called for a lobbying effort to pressure San Juan College to continue classes for medical laboratory technicians as the college board begins preliminar...

Mancos grads offered advice at commencement

Mancos graduates offered advice at ceremony and challenged to keep small-town roots

Raven Narratives draw tears, laughs in Cortez

A standing room-only crowd heard a series of personal tales Friday at the Sunflower Theatre in Cortez. Eight storytellers performed the Raven Narratives spring show, titled “Bagga...

Helicopter visits Lewis-Arriola for anti-drug program

Kids screamed and shouted in excitement as a National Guard Black Hawk helicopter landed on the Lewis-Arriola Elementary School lawn Friday. The helicopter crew visited the school...

Colorado native visiting all 59 national parks in 59 weeks

Nabors stresses exploration and conservation

Yellowstone incident has link to Mesa Verde

Three notorious men cited in local incident

Re-1 board approves capital projects

The Montezuma-Cortez Re-1 School board approved several capital reserve projects at their meeting Tuesday. The board approved a roof for Cortez Middle School for under $85,000. Di...

Re-1 district operating with ‘bare-bones’ budget

Board vote expected at June 21 meeting