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Coronavirus flushed Colorado rafting in 2020

Rafting businesses endured a 21% decline in traffic last summer

Longtime manager of Mancos State Park retires

Newly built visitor center part of Scot Elder’s legacy

Montezuma County Sheriff’s Office announces fourth annual scholarship awards

Montezuma County Sheriff Steven D. Nowlin announced that Elizabeth Mee, who attends Mancos High School, and Samantha Minor, who attends Dolores High School, are this year’s recipients of the...

San Juan National Forest firewood permits now on sale

The San Juan National Forest began selling permits to cut firewood this year at select retail outlets across the forest May 3. Specific agency offices will begin offering permits for sale, ...

Cortez Public Library to participate in Upstart Program

Library offers kindergarten readiness program

Mancos teacher arrested for alleged sexual assault makes court appearance

Bond set, formal charges to be filed later this month

J&J vaccinations resume in Durango

Health director says nationwide pause shows safety procedures are working

Colorado governor, Democrats aim to create new office of early childhood ed

The agency would be established in July 2022 and house Colorado’s new universal preschool program

Mobile vaccination clinics coming to Cortez, Mancos and Dolores

Vaccination bus a part of Gov. Polis’ ‘Vaccines for All’ efforts

San Juan Basin Archaeological Society to host virtual meeting

Archaeological society to host meeting

Mason Center demolished after 70 years

Durango plans landscaping improvements

Navajo Nation reports three new COVID-19 cases, but no deaths

WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. – The Navajo Nation on Monday reported three new confirmed COVID-19 cases and no additional deaths again. The tribe had six new cases and three coronavirus-rela...
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