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Montezuma Commissioners Ertel, Lambert Block Suckla's Attempt to Undo Septic System Regulations

Montezuma County Commissioner Larry Don Suckla failed Monday in what he said was an effort to protect dwindling private property rights.

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Austin Cope

Agricultural workers have a higher suicide rate than those in any other occupation.

Gail Binkly

The Anasazi Heritage Center near Dolores, Colorado, formally became Canyons of the Ancients Visitor Center and Museum on Saturday.

Austin Cope

The Bridge Emergency Shelter in Cortez must vacate its premises by mid-May.

Austin Cope

The Dolores County School District Board voted unanimously Monday during a five-minute meeting to appoint its high-school principal, Ty Gray, as interim superintendent.

Jennaye Derge

KSJD's Austin Cope spoke with Durango-based poet and multimedia artist Esther Belin before one of her local appearances in Cortez on April 20th. Ms. Belin is the author of the 1999 book From the Belly of my Beauty, which won an American Book Award, and the newly-published Of Cartography. They discussed how the U.S. Goverment's decision to enroll her parents in a boarding school in California in the 1950s affected her life growing up in Los Angeles. Click below to listen.

Desiree Henderson

It turns out that Federico Garcia Lorca's play, "The Butterfly's Evil Spell," isn't as self-explanatory as it sounds.

Austin Cope

With dry, windy weather in the Four Corners, fire season has started early this year.

Austin Cope

A bill to support AMBER Alert coverage on the Navajo Nation and on other tribal lands has now become law.

Austin Cope

After a delay last fall, remodels to the Cortez Main Street are now expected to begin this summer.

Austin Cope

Representatives of the Bridge homeless shelter in Cortez pleaded Monday for specific information about the pending sale of the shelter’s current home.

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