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For the record
Wednesday, Oct. 1
1:29 p.m. A bad parking job led to an arrest after a business in the 2400 block of E. Main St. reported that someone parked halfway in the road and the parking lot. When that person was contacted, it was discovered that she had a warrant for her arrest and had been drinking.
Wednesday, Oct. 1
5:32 p.m. An officer responded to the McAndrew Baseball Fields for a report of an intoxicated male subject yelling at children. The man was apparently inside the dugout and yelling at children as they entered the field to play baseball. When the officer...
Thank you letters
- A salute to the community
- Family, friends helped during trying times
- Thanks for donations for school supplies
- Family thankful for caring people
- Escalante raised funds for church
Pet of the week
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Tuesday, Oct. 21
Clint Simmons, of Rocky Mountain Bounty Hunters, and write-in sheriff’s candidate Mike Steele will be at Blondies Trophy Room, 45 E.
Clubs and organizations
It took seven years, but Evan Moore of Boy Scout Troop 518, chartered by the Mancos Hose Company No. 1, reached a goal by earning his Eagle Scout badge.
The final step in the process was his Eagle project, refurbishing the walking bridge at Mancos State Park.
Evan began his tenure with the Boy Scouts as a Tiger Cub in first grade in Cub Scout Pack 516, chartered with the Methodist Church in Dolores. In fifth grade, he completed Cub Scouts by earning the Arrow of Light and transferred to the Mancos Troop, since there was not a...
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When of thy worldly goods...
A man who had notified us...