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Ahead of Tuesday’s election, Cortez City Council candidates share their passion

Two candidates, Rachel Medina and Robert Dobry, are running for re-election

Southwest Colorado Cycling Association to host event for 20-year celebration

The event will include food, live music and raffle prizes

The Valley Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center to Host Community Easter Egg Hunt

The Valley Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center, the 110-bed skilled-nursing facility in Mancos, will host a community event featuring Easter events for children, their families, and facility ...

Registration open for Mesa Verde Writer’s Conference in Mancos

Conference attracts writers and writers throughout the country

Easter bunny to visit Veterans Park in Cortez for annual Easter egg hunt

Festivities will take place March 30, starting at 10 a.m.

Local animal rescue nonprofits reiterate need for resources and funding

Despite low funding, animal rescue organizations and officers are continuing to do what they can in the community

Bike tour to benefit Cortez Police Department in honoring Sgt. Michael Moran in May

The bike ride, hosted by SHIELD616, will span four days

Fort Lewis College students receive $75K EPA Award

Students will test water samples from the Animas River and communicate the importance of water resource protection

Cosmetologists trained to identify possible victims of human trafficking

Group trains salon workers in the Four Corners to look for identifying behaviors

Mancos Common Press to offer housing to workers in Mancos

Housing applications are open until March 25

Lone Cone Library shares ‘River Stories’

Norwood river runners Shiela and Craig Grother will be the featured guests at the Telluride Institute’s monthly Talking Gourds Stories & Poems series at the Lone Cone Library, 1455 Pinion St...

FLC Theatre presenting “Natasha, Pierre and The Great Comet of 1812”

The Broadway hit adaptation of Leo Tolstoy’s, ‘War and Peace’ will be first performed April 3