The Sunflower Theatre, nearly five years in the making, was a flurry of activity last week as crews put the finishing touches on the venue in downtown Cortez.
The theater opened unofficially last weekend at...
State Nation and World
With deadline for possible prisoner swap past, Islamic State group silent, families in limbo
Fourteen individual and group projects were highlighted as students from Montezuma-Cortez elementary schools participated in a Gallery Night at Mesa Elementary on Jan.
- Old Dolores comes alive
- School district proposes electronic appearances for board meetings
- Protection for head and paw
- Martin Luther King march
- ‘Rabbit Hole’ set to open
Colorado State University’s experimental research station in Yellow Jacket has the green light to grow and study industrial hemp varieties this spring, according to CSU...
- Cowbelles unveil brand quilt
- 2014 good to ranchers
- FSA details Farm Bill’s new rules
- Fair revamps for future; status of rodeo undecided
- Farm Bill has local impact
The Galloping Goose Historical Society is requesting that the town of Dolores transfer the title of the Galloping Goose No. 5 over to them.
The GGHS is seeking official...
- Local prices slip at the pumps
- LaChapelle relocates to Durango
- Airport changes get new estimate
- Cortez Cultural Center hosts Valentine’s party
- Marijuana-related calls rise at poison-control centers
’Twas the day after Christmas,...
The Guillet Brothers, one...
Dolores State Bank has received an A+ financial health rating from consumer information website, DepositAccounts.com, based on third quarter 2014 data.
The rating puts...
- Historical society wants Goose No. 5
- Snowpack down for Dolores Basin
- Region's air faces new rules
- Cortez OKs retail pot business
- CSU sets legal framework for hemp studies
The past two years have been a whirlwind for 19-year-old Mancos resident Easton LaChapelle.
He's given a TED talk, landed a job with NASA, met the president, and last...
- Town Board weighs pot moratorium
- School wants test exemption
- Teenager gets option in hammer attack
- At the science fair, no problem is too small
- Our air faces new rules