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Mancos will inventory trees in town as part of Community Forestry Program

Town awarded grant from Colorado Tree Foundation

Earthquake rattles homes in San Juan Mountain communities

Magnitude 3.6 quake with its epicenter near Rico struck about 7 a.m.

Mesa Verde National Park prefers to stabilize and reopen Spruce Tree House cliff dwelling

Public comment period open until April 10; ancient village was most visited in park before closing in 2015

New spring market announced for Cortez

Small vendor cooperative teams up with Cliffrose Garden Center for mini-outdoor market on east end of town

Author of new Bears Ears book will speak at Cortez library

Andrew Gulliford is a professor of history and environmental studies

Four Corners Home and Garden Show is a spring tradition

100 vendors expected at Montezuma County Fairgrounds March 31-April 1

Driver hits boulder from rockfall on Colorado Highway 3

Department of Transportation cautions drivers to be extra careful during freeze-thaw cycle

Orchard economy depends grafting and pruning skills

Cultivar science preserves genetics of heritage apples; workshops scheduled in March and April

Montezuma-Cortez theater brings classic musical to life

‘Seven Brides for Seven Brothers’ to open Friday, March 10

The enduring joy of fat tire bikes

Sales have declined and access is limited, but riders are psyched to hit the trail

Career pathways program at Mancos School District grows

High school students spend afternoons earning college credits and certificates to enter workforce

Bayfield school board votes to remove ‘comprehensive’ from sex education curriculum

State law specifies districts must follow a strict set of instruction guidelines
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