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Jacob Klopfenstein
Position: Staff reporter

Survey asks Cortez residents about their Internet use

A survey on the City of Cortez website asks respondents to answer questions about Internet speeds. The city is collaborating with Montezuma Community Economic Development Associat...

Cortez public divided on old high school, survey reveals

Many don’t want it to be repurposed, survey shows

Re-1 board chooses Haukeness as superintendent

Former assistant accepts job after unanimous board vote

Mancos school board approves 2016-17 calendar

Mancos school board members on Monday approved the district calendar for the 2016-2017 school year. The first day for students will be Wednesday, Aug. 17. Thanksgiving Break will ...

Mancos park will get $60,000 uplift

Cottonwood Park, off of Spruce Street on the southwest side of Mancos, will get about $60,000 worth of improvements this spring, Town Administrator Andrea Phillips said. About $42...

Re-1 selects final four superintendent candidates

District is on the cusp of greatness, candidates say

Cortez solar panels will benefit low-income households

Students join Empire Electric effort to aid low- and moderate-income residents

Cortez Quilt Co. starts yarn shop

Downtown shop nears 5th anniversary

Mancos mock crash was effective, students say

Event raises awareness for prom

Mancos trustees support recycling pickups

Bin behind high school will be hauled every week

Cortez council supports oil and gas plan

City’s position at odds with county commission

Cortez council approves plan for court building

Cortez City Council members on Tuesday voted to approve a site development plan for a new Montezuma Combined Courts facility at 865 N. Park St. The building would house four court...