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Wild horses and ancient fishing presentations featured in September

The public is invited to learn about the topics of wild horses and Ancestral Puebloan fishing strategies from the Canyons of the Ancients Visitor Center and Museum and the Four Corners Lectu...

Wellness and yoga festival takes place Saturday in Dolores park

Free yoga and dance classes offered

Catch Durango artist’s paintings in the Dolores Public Library

Michael Pruett’s paintings on display through August

Towns, Montezuma County release housing resources

Information is in response to potential evictions because of pandemic

All School Reunion brings Dolores classmates together again

Plus, 92-year-old alumna Mildred Brumley shared her secret to living a long life.

Escalante Days is here and so are the chain saw competition results

Saturday afternoon’s competition embodies spirit of community characterizing the annual Dolores celebration

Dolores taps into solar for public buildings

Electric car charger also installed at Town Hall

Mountain bikers converge in Dolores for Boggy Draw Beat Down races

Cortez rider gets a win; several Durango riders nab first place

Escalante Days and All School Reunion return Aug. 13-15 in Dolores

Traditional events return after last year’s cancellations

Sediment dredging at McPhee gives access to last of irrigation water

Ongoing drought and historic low water level reveal sediment blockage

Dolores objects to increase in logging traffic into town

Town officials urge dispersed routes to reduce impacts

Dolores schools will require students and teachers to carry masks, offer leniency with wearing them

Everyone will be required to carry masks, but they will not have to be worn at all times, said Interim Superintendent Reece Blincoe.