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Jacob Klopfenstein
Position: Staff reporter

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

Old Cortez high school should come down, task force says

Old high school should come down, task force says

Mancos school board postpones push for renovations

Though Mancos school board president Blake Mitchell said the district needs to “aggressively pursue” renovating its football field and other school facilities, board members agreed the distr...

Jackson Gulch Reservoir is full, ready for irrigation

The Jackson Gulch Reservoir is full and set at 100 percent allotment for irrigation in 2016, Mancos Water Conservancy District Superintendent Gary Kennedy said. The Conservancy D...

Human jaw bone found south of Cortez

Bone likely was used in training

High school bands earn awards and plan concert

Symphonic winds band earns ‘superior’ ratings

U.S. Highway 491 under construction through November

Cortez motorists can expect construction on U.S. Highway 491 through the summer on a Colorado Department of Transportation project that started last week. The construction affects...

Calkins building qualifies for National Historic Register

Council endorses affordable housing project

Dolores man reportedly throws knife at deputy

A Dolores man threw a knife at a police officer’s head earlier this month, according to Montezuma County Sheriff’s Office reports. About 5 p.m. Thursday, May 5, Sheriff’s Deputy X...

Mancos trustees appoint Jason Spruell as marshal

Terry Jennings named parks manager

Moab provides lessons in science, language and survival

CMS seventh-graders explore on first annual trip