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Plant count increases ahead of New Mexico marijuana sales

Regulators strive to ensure medical users have a reliable supply

Rescued horses surrendered to Dolores County sheriff

Suspect faced previous animal abuse charges, assistant DA says

Demand for guns and ammo is near record highs, but some shops hit hard by supply chain hang-ups

Colorado Bureau of Investigation recorded 487,097 firearm transactions in 2020

Grazing allotments on monument reviewed to protect archaeology

New process developed to analyze impacts; permits for two allotments have been stalled since 2005

The Bridge shelter renewed as Enterprise Zone Contribution Project

The Bridge Emergency Shelter announced Friday that it was renewed as an Enterprise Zone Contribution Project by the State Economic Development Commission in December. The renewal means those...

Four Corners Board of Realtors president awarded At Home with Diversity certificate

The Four Corners Board of Realtors announced Friday that their president, Jason A. Witt, has been awarded the At Home with Diversity certification from the National Association of Realtors. ...

County extension office hires second agriculture agent

Lockard moves over from Colorado State University research station in Yellow Jacket

Colorado’s taxable home values could skyrocket in 2023

A state economic forecast predicts a statewide increase of up to 20%, but what that means for homeowners is complicated

New auto sales up in 2021, but long way before full recovery

DETROIT (AP) — U.S. new vehicle sales rebounded slightly last year from 2020′s dismal numbers, but were still about 2 million below the years before the coronavirus pandemic. The reason? Alt...

EXPLAINER: Why was holiday-season flying such a nightmare?

A forecast of better weather means that the worst may finally be over for tens of thousands of air travelers who were grounded by flight cancellations that skyrocketed over the New Year's Da...

Lost rancher on Stoner Mesa found by helicopter

Woman searching for livestock had unplanned night in backcountry

Court rules to cancel energy lease on land sacred to tribes

BILLINGS, Mont. – Attorneys for a Louisiana oil and gas company have asked a federal judge to reinstate a drilling lease it held on land considered sacred to Native American tribes in the U....
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