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Jacob Klopfenstein
Position: Staff reporter

Montezuma County Road X will close due to mussel concerns

Hearing expected next month

BOCES program encourages physical activity in schools

Program for students continues next year

Mancos trustees ponder next steps after fire

Disaster destroyed Mancos production facility

Western Excelsior workers, town look toward uncertain future

On Monday afternoon, Mancos resident Jonathan Sam went home to see part of his livelihood up in flames. Sam worked at Western Excelsior Corp. in Mancos as a machine operator for t...

Cortez protesters take Tipton to task on health care

Representative argues for affordability, accessibility

Mancos Farmers’ Market starts June 1

New offerings include dairy deliveries, meats

Mancos senior earns full Duke scholarship

Mancos senior Brittney Peacock has been awarded a full-ride scholarship to Duke University. The institution’s David M. Rubenstein merit scholarship is awarded to students who are ...

Cortez hydroponics store moves to Main Street

Shop sells organic garden supply items

Cortez counselors concerned by series ‘13 Reasons Why’

Series doesn’t treat mental health accurately, counselors say

Agape Durango’s spiritual festival seeks new Mancos location

Neighbors’ dissent leads to move

Pepperhead Restaurant to close in August

Owners moving on, but margaritas will stay

Ritthaler retiring after 28 years as Cortez band director

After 28 years, Ritthaler puts final notes on M-CHS band career