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City of Cortez will host annual Fourth of July events

Live music, food trucks, and fireworks are in store

Electricity from the heat of the Earth gets a big boost

California utility backs nation’s largest new power development

Durango man receives 3 years’ probation for kidnapping and choking ex-wife

Victim awoke in middle of the night to find Randall Wilcox standing over her

Interim La Plata County Public Health director named sole finalist for job

Theresa Anselmo has led department since August

Montezuma Land Conservancy receives funding for two new easement projects

Hackley Ranch and the Sturdevant Project will have funding thanks to Keep It Colorado

It’s official: Fireworks a ‘go’ this Independence Day in Durango

Recent rains played role in priming conditions for traditional light display

Montezuma-Cortez High School Honor Roll

Summer is in full swing, but celebrating students can take place at any time of the year. On Tuesday, the Montezuma-Cortez RE-1 school district announced their scholars, honor roll and h...

Colorado business lobbyists share key legislative wins during Eggs and Issues forum

Veto of wage theft and short-term rental bills deemed crucial for businesses

City of Cortez holds open houses regarding land use code updates

Logan Simpson Consulting is working with the city and community, focusing on landscaping, lighting and parking

Green thumbs share tips on making do with limited space, tough climate

Durango area has six different plant hardiness zones; which one are you working within?

Archaeologist to talk about ‘bare earth’ mapping

Winston Hurst to speak at First United Methodist in Cortez

Hurd is declared the winner in primary race for U.S. House

Suckla trails in state House District 58
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