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New spring market announced for Cortez

Small vendor cooperative teams up with Cliffrose Garden Center for mini-outdoor market on east end of town

Mancos to offer Lifeline screening March 9

Screening helps individuals analyze their risk for certain diseases and other health risks

Author of new Bears Ears book will speak at Cortez library

Andrew Gulliford is a professor of history and environmental studies

Cortez’s Brinley and Victoria Duran continue swimming excellence

Victoria earns college scholarship; 10-year-old Brinley will go to qualifying meet in California

Four Corners Home and Garden Show is a spring tradition

100 vendors expected at Montezuma County Fairgrounds March 31-April 1

Montezuma-Cortez youths showcased at Denver Broncos all-star game

Three fifth graders join players from across Colorado for game

Montezuma-Cortez theater brings classic musical to life

‘Seven Brides for Seven Brothers’ to open Friday, March 10

Cortez police warn of fake $5 bills in area

Counterfeit bills were discovered in cash deposits from local businesses

Cortez approves leasing city’s fiber optic system to Montrose, Denver companies

The decision comes after over 25 years of work and planning

City Council unanimously approves plan to update land use codes

A committee of community members helped select the entity to rewrite the codes

Residents get a primer on emergency planning in Montezuma County

Presentation informs residents on how to be prepared for emergencies

Pueblo Farming Project presentation is March 7 in Cortez

Archaeology group resumes monthly meetings at First United Methodist