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Calkins Commons ready for move-in June 2022

Affordable housing project is underway at the old Calkins Building

COVID-19 outbreak at Mercy Regional Medical Center increases to 23 staff members

Most infections involve people who have been vaccinated

Update: Police try to persuade shooting suspect to surrender; Kemper Elementary evacuated

Kemper goes into lockdown, then evacuates students

Cortez mountaineer works on first-ever all-Black American expedition up Mount Everest

Climbers versed in mountaineering hope their mission to the top of Mount Everest opens doors for people of color

‘We are the village’: Mancos schools launch suicide prevention efforts

District holds suicide prevention fundraiser and training sessions

Bayfield Middle School moves to remote learning after students, staff test positive for COVID-19

Football, volleyball games canceled after 11 students, 2 staff members test positive

Montezuma-Cortez High School parade is Saturday morning

Canceled by shooting, parade is rescheduled for Montezuma Avenue

State obesity rates hit all-time highs, but Colorado scores lowest in U.S.

Number of obese states jumps to 16, up from 12

Residential gas bills set to rise by 18% next month in Southwest Colorado

Commercial bills will increase by 22%

‘Mine burp’ causes water discoloration of Animas River north of Silverton

EPA officials are monitoring discharge but do not anticipate lasting impacts

Boebert seeks to block money from being used to relocate BLM headquarters

Biden administration could still use other funding to move office from Grand Junction

Update: Driver faces DUI, careless driving charges in Cortez collision

Honda allegedly runs red light, hits pickup truck
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