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Cortez hires new directors for recreation and public works

Hiring process continues for economic development director

Ice cream favorite Moose and More moving to Mancos

A look back at the shop’s sweet evolution

Beloved ‘everything’ store closing its doors after 35 years in Cortez

Owner reflects on music evolution and generations of customers

Colorado wants to keep investors from flipping water rights. Let the speculation begin.

Legislators want to tackle water speculation after two companies buying up water rights in Grand Valley and the San Luis Valley sparked fears

Overnight storm blankets Cortez area with fresh snow

Ski areas build up bases; multiple vehicles slide off road

A future of drought? Ute Mountain Ute Tribe looks at life with less water

Limited water supply consolidated to keep corn crop and flour mill operating; jobs lost, canal payment assistance requested

Sleeping Ute Apartments in Cortez to be sold and upgraded

Complex will remain low-income housing

Panthers girls basketball team riding early hot streak

M-CHS tops Dolores to continue early success

The Osprey Packs story: Its roots, success, sale and its future in Cortez

No major changes planned at company headquarters

‘Hefty’ winter storm could drop 1 to 2 feet of snow in San Juan Mountains

Valley towns expected to see 3-4 inches; winter storm watch is in effect starting Wednesday

Four Corners farmers say it was a good year, despite some setbacks

Market vendors report plentiful crops, but a lack of water and labor

Man convicted and sentenced again for domestic violence

Aggravated circumstances leads to 6 years in prison