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Nick Martinez displays a rhino beetle that will be placed on a pizza to be eaten by Southwest Open School students on Wednesday, Oct. 22.

Let them eat bugs

Southwest Open School teacher Jeff Sand’s class “Bugged: How Insects Changed History” is not for the squeamish.

The course fulfills English and world history credits for the 18 students...

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Education

Dolores school board president resigns

During an early morning meeting called to approve the new Dolores High School Dance team last week, Dolores school board president Jon Kelly told his fellow board members he was...

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Agriculture

Fair board seeks new members



The Montezuma County Fair Board is looking for three community members who are willing to work together to organize county fair events, contests, and...

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Business

Characters of booze

Muralist Automne Mosher tells the lively story of alcohol’s history in her latest creation on the Cork-n-Bottle liquor store in Cortez.

“I’ve always...

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Obituaries

Margaret Marilyn Krantz Sullivan

Margaret Marilyn Krantz Sullivan passed away in her home on Oct. 1, 2014 at the age of...

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Colorado Springs family buys Sophia lodge

The charming village of Dolores and a majestic lodge on 30 acres has attracted a new family to the area.

Vince and Mary Kramer recently purchased the Sophia...

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Planning board boots member

A Montezuma County Planning and Zoning member has been dismissed from the board after she had a heated exchange with a Kinder Morgan official on Sept. 25.

Gala Pock said...

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