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Cortez and visitors celebrate Fourth of July

A pleasant summer day greeted thousands of people at Cortez parks as they enjoyed Fourth of July festivities and a memorable fireworks show.

Cortez Fourth of July provides summer celebration, fireworks

Fireworks show includes more than 700 colorful explosions

Collision on Colorado Highway 145 causes injuries

Driver cited for careless driving, taken to hospital with serious injuries

Fire destroys home east of Cortez; two pets die

Emergency crews responded to a house fire Sunday morning on Road 29.1 east of Cortez. The two residents escaped unharmed, but two dogs died in the blaze, said Battalion Chief Charlie Borden ...

Colorado’s outdoor industry knows it could be more inclusive

The industry acknowledges that there’s a large population that doesn’t feel included

Citizen petition calls for Cortez Recreation Center to expand hours

Staff needed to stay open longer, officials say

Update: Mountain lion leaves hiding spot in downtown Cortez

Young lion took refuge in backyard Friday and left by Saturday morning

Flood advisory issued in Montezuma and Dolores counties as rain hits SW Colorado

Arrival of monsoonal season offers hope, but fire officials remain on guard

Brown water stirs ‘mini-insurrection’ at jail in Cortez

Water line project stirs up sediment in pipes to Montezuma County Detention Center

Update: Mountain lion is found hiding in Cortez backyard

Parks and Wildlife monitors situation; residents urged to keep pets and kids indoors

June rains top monthly normals in Southwest Colorado

Moisture improves fire and rafting conditions, could signal early start to monsoon

Contract extended for Re-1 interim superintendent

Burris will remain at the helm through 2022-23 school year