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Infrastructure money arrives in Colorado via U.S. Forest Service

Funds to be used for fire mitigation and watershed restoration

Pagosa Springs man’s nonprofit wins NASCAR $100,000 award

Who We Play For, cofounded by Ralph Maccarone, won the Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award

4WD chairs designed to get people with disabilities deep into the Colorado forest

Track-chair program in Staunton State Park gives users a rare opportunity to experience the wilderness. Now the state park wants to push it across Colorado

Lauren Boebert leads Adam Frisch by 551 votes, with 150 left to count

All eyes are on Colorado as 3rd Congressional District awaits final count today

BLM seeks help in case of stolen fence in Canyons of Ancients

Fence ripped from the ground on national monument; was installed to reclaim an oil and gas well pad

Montezuma-Cortez theater guides ‘Journey Through the Impossible’

High school production takes rarely seen Jules Verne play to new heights

Montezuma County seeks planning board applicants

Two positions are open; board members paid $40 per meeting

Landowner sues Montezuma County over restrictive subdivision decision

County commissioners cite CDOT requirement for left-hand turn lane on Colorado Highway 184 before more homes can be built

Mesa Verde National Park cancels popular luminaria event

Road construction, lack of staff hampered effort

Lake Nighthorse kokanee salmon help ensure next year’s stock

The 150,000 fish released into the reservoir will produce up to 1.5 million eggs this year

Christmas tree permits now available from San Juan National Forest

Permits available online, at stores in Dolores and Durango and Forest Service offices

Purgatory Resort opens Saturday with top-to-midway skiing

Ski mountain invested $1.25 million in snowmaking upgrades
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