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Mancos eateries cope with coronavirus

Businesses focus on new hours, takeout and sanitation

Updates: Schools extend spring break; city closes library, rec center

Local groups cancel and postpone events in face of coronavirus

Marshal Blotter

Thursday, March 12 9:15 a.m. Mancos Deputy Sgt. Brad Ray responded to an address on Bauer Avenue in reference to a stolen American flag, taken on the night of March 11. The suspect ...

Columbine Bar sees leadership change

The Columbine Bar has new business owners, and they’re looking to bring it back to its heyday. Betsy Harrison and James Law were both part of a previous group that ran the bar for...

Library exhibits ‘The Goddess Project’ in honor of Women’s History Month

Cancellations: Mancos library closes; opera is canceled

Library closed, opera performances on hold as coronavirus measures take effect

Tribal College Journal gives voice to Native American higher ed

Mancos-based publication recounts news from tribal college movement

Mancos to host its annual rite of spring, the Mancos Melt

Putt putt, music and bonfire is Saturday

Mancos’ Boyle Park water festival set for April

Also: Project-based learning planning is underway

Sarah Syverson chosen as Mancos Citizen of the Year

Local artist selected for honor

Bands schedule a month of music in Mancos

Country to rock at cidery and brewery

Marshal Blotter

Wednesday, Feb. 26 12:31 a.m. Mancos Marshal Justen Goodall responded to the 400 block of Bauer Avenue for a verbal disturbance. Goodall found a man sitting in a vehicle after havin...