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Ute Mountain rodeo entertains Friday night crowd

Ute Mountain Roundup Rodeo a Cortez classic

Ute Mountain Roundup Rodeo and Frazier Carnival to bring back summer fun

Last year’s cancellations trigger surge in contestants, excitement

Women Veterans Day honored by Montezuma County

Women veterans deserve more recognition, and ‘are ready to serve.’

Discovery of gray wolf pups won’t change Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s reintroduction work

Wildlife officials say the confirmation of the first wolf family in Colorado since the 1940s will help biologists establish more gray wolves in the state

Ute Mountain Roundup rodeo has a fierce return to action

Cowboys ready to ride after 2020 season went bust

Matthew Keefauver fills Cortez City Council vacancy

Educator and co-owner of Cliffrose Garden Center previously served two terms

Montezuma Land Conservancy gets $277K grant for wildlife habitat projects

Projects support wetlands to benefit Gunnison sage grouse, big game and ranches

Court hearing held for owners of dogs involved in incident on Montezuma Ave.

Defendants get suspended fines; restitution and vicious dog charge pending

Cortez voters agree to opt out of SB 152

Approval opens door for broadband service options

Fire crews respond to house fire north of Cortez

Resident douses fire with garden hose

SB 152 internet election is today in Cortez

Cortez voters asked to opt out of telecommunication law

Driver leaves scene of crash on Ash Street in Cortez

Driver of other vehicle is taken to Southwest Memorial