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Rescued horses surrendered to Dolores County sheriff

Suspect faced previous animal abuse charges, assistant DA says

Grazing allotments on monument reviewed to protect archaeology

New process developed to analyze impacts; permits for two allotments have been stalled since 2005

County extension office hires second agriculture agent

Lockard moves over from Colorado State University research station in Yellow Jacket

Lost rancher on Stoner Mesa found by helicopter

Woman searching for livestock had unplanned night in backcountry

A future of drought? Ute Mountain Ute Tribe looks at life with less water

Limited water supply consolidated to keep corn crop and flour mill operating; jobs lost, canal payment assistance requested

Colorado pushes its use of West’s major river to the limit, new study shows

Utah Rivers Council found that diversion and climate change could worsen limited water resources across seven Western states

Totten Lake sold to Montezuma Valley Irrigation Co.

Dolores Water Conservancy District no longer needs the lake

In Durango, ranchers meet with conservationists about wolf reintroduction

Workshop speaker says it’s crucial for those in agriculture to share their experiences

Water and drought research event is Oct. 6 on local farm

Montezuma Land Conservancy conducting research at Fozzie’s Farm for past two years

Dolores Harvest Festival will be Oct. 2

This year’s event features more bands and 50 vendors

Montezuma County CSU extension office will hire second agricultural agent

New agent will focus on crops, livestock and small acreage development

Loose dogs in Montezuma County kill and injure sheep

One owner cited; both dogs euthanized