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San Juan National Forest to host event educating landowners on bark beetles

Presentations by Matt Ethington and Brad Lalande with U.S. Forest Service will dive into bark beetles and other forest insects and diseases

Law enforcement agencies gear up for DUI enforcement for July 4

Cortez Police, Sheriff’s Office will participate in CDOT campaign July 3-8

Upside down red-tailed hawk found dangling from Durango power line

Bird possibly got caught up in last week’s wind and rain

Southwest Colorado statehouse candidates meet in cordial debate

Democratic and Republican candidates running for the Colorado General Assembly talked issues Tuesday

City of Cortez inventories water service lines

State and federal regulations require water providers to have an inventory and to create a plan to replace lead pipes

What happens to roadkill carcasses in Southwest Colorado?

La Plata County roads have more wildlife collisions than anywhere else in the state

Colorado Court of Appeals reverses judgment of ‘religious leader’ convicted of child abuse

Madani Ceus appealed her conviction of two counts of felony child abuse

Mancos Trails Group announces completion of pavilion at Aqueduct trailhead

The pavilion construction was funded by a grant from the LOR Foundation in 2022

After a wet June, dry conditions kick off July

Durango saw second-wettest June since 2000

Wolverines could return to the San Juan Mountains: What will reintroduction look like?

State Legislature passed a law directing Colorado Parks and Wildlife to begin the reintroduction process

Jeff Hurd wins Republican primary in Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District

Hurd’s victory in the Republican-leaning 3rd District, came amid $2 million in super PAC spending

Why Lauren Boebert likely won’t lose to a Democrat in November

The Republican congresswoman won a decisive victory in the GOP primary in Colorado’s 4th Congressional District
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