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Dolores Town Board election will be April 5

Mayor and three board seats are up for grabs; candidates can pick up nomination packets

Public comment sought for proposed BLM land purchase

Inholding would be added to Canyons of the Ancients National Monument

Mancos writer aims to inspire teens to embrace poetry

Lisa Taylor was awarded a $17,000 grant from Colorado Creative Corps American Rescue Plan

No end in sight for Durango railroad’s Rockwood lawsuit

State regulatory body must first rule on La Plata County’s authority

Cortez Municipal Airport slowly recovering from pandemic downturn

Essential Air Service contract is up for bid this year; manager hopes for airline with more capacity

Remains found, yet most people escaped Colorado fire

Only two people were unaccounted for out of 35,000 forced from their homes

Public health officials expect boosters for children 12 to 15 later this week

CDC approves Pfizer’s third dose Wednesday

Four positions open on Cortez City Council

Applications opened Tuesday ahead of April election

District judge effectively removes lower court judge from setting bail in felony-level cases

Anne Woods faced criticism for releasing criminal defendants on low bond amounts

Young Cortez couple welcome first baby of 2022 at Southwest Memorial

Life of rodeo, fishing, and fixing cars awaits county’s first son of the year

Colorado seeks to update reflectivity of old, weathered license plates

Drivers will no longer be able to transfer plates from one vehicle to another

Ute Mountain Ute Tribe plans for 2022

Priorities include new grocery store, design of education campus, and economic development
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