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Coal seam fires in Southwest Colorado deemed low risk

Funding increases after suspected link to Marshall Fire; two smolder in Montezuma and La Plata

Lewis man tried to produce one art piece per day. He didn’t quite make it

Kevin Lambson’s artwork is on display at the Dolores Public Library

House catches fire south of Dolores

No injuries reported, said Sheriff Steve Nowlin

Dolores town budget is $2 million for 2022

Town continues to see increase in sales taxes; infrastructure and park improvements planned

Dolores Public Library looks to future with community survey

Director hopes for more collaboration with local entities; welcomes new ideas

Candidates announced for Dolores Town Board election

Only mayor’s race is contested; town hires judge and appoints library board members

Dolores considers affordable housing options

Town Board hears Telluride Foundation’s method of lowering costs through factory-built homes and deed restrictions

Dolores mill’s high-impact permit revoked amid fire concerns

Mill and county disagree on mitigation requirements and communications

Water tracks better than last year as managers debate conservation measures

State is considering a program to reduce consumption, but Southwest Colorado has yet to weigh in

Dolores plans to annex property on north mesa

Area would be zoned for open space; new water tank would be allowed

Officials weary of Dolores mill’s fire prevention plan

Monthslong grapple continues as Montezuma County Commissioners reject fire mitigation plan; county attorney raises possibility of civil litigation

Documentary explores how CDOT and tribes partnered to preserve Indigenous culture and history

A centuries-old Puebloan village was discovered during the realignment of U.S. Highway 550