After roughly seven years of operating at a deficit, the 30-year-old Cortez Cultural Center announced this week that it would discontinue operations after September as it looks to rebuild the organization from the...
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Militants launch attacks on Egyptian army checkpoints in Sinai, killing at last 50 troops
- Rocket scientist will visit kids in Cortez
- Meeting puppet
- July Storytime is ‘Superheroes Continued’
- Grants available for youth service projects
- Robin Hood coming to Cortez library
For The Cortez Journal
The Mesa Verde Gardeners will host a Design Class in advance of the Montezuma County Fair and Horticultural Show at 9:30 a.m., Tuesday, July 14 at...
- 1,035 acres go into conservation status
- Forest cutting back on grazing
- Making hay
- Covering your assets
- Wilson named to state FFA
Finding time to workout is something many struggle with, but longtime personal trainer Heather Barritt hopes the flexible hours of her new 24-hour gym will help make it easier for...
- Baker plans to add curbside recycling
- Leadership Montezuma accepting applications
- DAV salutes Jack & Janelle’s Restaurant
- Fixing the breakwater
- SBDC gets Enterprise Zone project
The recent spring rains may lull you...
Montezuma County officials have denied a permit for North America's oldest marijuana event outside of Stoner, Colo.
Planning director LeeAnn Milligan said Colorado...
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- Court rejects trail suit
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- Galloping Goose, town OK pact
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