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Protect the Dolores Film Tour to present film about protecting areas surrounding Dolores River

The film was created to ‘inspire action’ for conservation efforts in Dolores River Canyon Country

Annual Dolores River Fest to kick off summer June 3 at Joe Rowell Park

This will be the festival’s 18th year promoting the care and celebration of the Dolores River

Colorado River tributaries receive restoration funding from Forever Our Rivers Foundation

Crews will work throughout the fall and summer to treat invasive plants

Dolores graduates head out into the world holding tightly onto who they are

Graduates encouraged to persevere through challenges and continue to be there for one another

Dolores school board approves raises for teachers and staff

Board ended up giving teachers a larger raise than planned

BLM to welcome Derek Padilla as new field manager in Colorado on May 8

Padilla has been working as a district ranger in Dolores for 11 years

Mesa snowmelt overwhelms Dolores in valley below

Community rallies to fill sandbags, redirect floodwaters; no injuries reported

Lingering winter delays opening of McPhee Reservoir boat ramp

Bay is iced over, and roads drifted with snow; invasive mussels found on Western Slope

Colorado Highway 184 is reopened after repair

New culvert installed; flooding caused three-week closure

Dolores proposes to close portion of escarpment for safety reasons

Hillside along Road 31 was recently annexed by town; new town treasurer appointed

Dolores Chamber seeking nominees for 2022 Citizen and Business of the Year

Annual banquet moved to October; Food Truck Fridays has new location but without drive-in movies

Dolores Valley residents offered free sandbags as flooding begins

County Public Works Department donates sand as rain and snowmelt pick up