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Jacob Klopfenstein
Position: Staff reporter

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...

Champion gymnast works as state trooper in Mancos

After an injury ends an Olympic dream, faith takes gymnast Charlie Jones to a South American mission, and to a new chapter in Mancos

Lewis man cast in History Channel survival show

Lowe filmed ‘Alone’ in Canadian wilderness

Cortez Middle School staging ‘Jungle Book’

New play emphasizes importance of loyalty, relationships

Little Loves Boutique opens in Cortez

Little Loves Boutique is bringing a local option for Cortez shoppers seeking maternity clothes and other items for babies and small children. Kayla Maynard has opened the shop at ...

Cortez parks users want softball, trail improvements

People in Cortez want to see a park on the south side of town, renovations to the south softball complex and expansions to city trails in the city’s parks master plan, according to Parks and...

Kemper kids plant White House garden with Michelle Obama

Fourth-graders help first lady Michelle Obama

Cortez Quilt Co. starts yarn shop

As the Cortez Quilt Company nears its five-year anniversary over the summer, the company has added yarn to its inventory. “We’re very excited to offer it,” owner Karen Childress s...

Cortez officials want help with Internet plan

City hopes to fine-tune Internet plan

Kemper students to plant garden with Michelle Obama

Five fourth-graders from Kemper Elementary plan to be in Washington, D.C., this morning to help plant the White House Kitchen Garden with first lady Michelle Obama. Students Miles...

Cortez parks department wants public input

Staffers are updating parks master plan