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Colorado Teenagers Win Legal Battle For Oil and Gas Rules

A group of teenagers has won an appeals-court victory in a case involving how oil and gas drilling is done in Colorado.

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Two local artists came before the Cortez City Council on Tuesday to express dismay over the city’s call for artists to “loan” their works to beautify the new City Hall.


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The City of Cortez may be able to spruce up its South Broadway entrance if a proposed land exchange with the Cortez Fire Protection District goes through.


HerStory: Celebrating Women's Month

Mar 15, 2017
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March is Women's History Month, a time to celebrate the contributions of women in history and how they shaped the society we live in today. During the month of March, Terri Helm and Midge Kirk highlight the vital role played by women in history in these audio postcards.

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Adventure writer and blogger Brendan Leonard describes himself as someone who likes running and trail running, but who probably likes ice cream more. He says he mostly avoids avalanches by not being a good enough skier to get on slopes steep enough to slide. But, he says, he loves the mountains, and he’s enthusiastic for things that bring humans together, especially in the outdoors.

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Montezuma County Sheriff Steve Nowlin said Monday he opposes a bill before Congress that would terminate the law-enforcement functions of the Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management.


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County commissioners in Garfield County, Utah, have passed a resolution calling for shrinking the 1.9-million-acre Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, which is partially located in their county.

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KSJD's Austin Cope speaks with Dr. Patty Erjavec, President of Pueblo Community College, and Tonya Nelson, Executive Dean of Southwest Colorado Community College. He first asks Dr. Erjavec to address rumors that the college will leave the area.

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A Navajo Nation police officer died Sunday after being shot while responding to a domestic-violence situation near the reservation town of Prewitt, New Mexico, 35 miles east of Gallup.


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Some 150 people marched Saturday in downtown Cortez to honor and recognize women’s achievements.


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The Cortez City Hall is open for business in a new location: 123 Roger Smith Avenue, across from Parque de Vida and the Cortez Recreation Center. The City will hold a public dedication of the building on Friday, March 17th at 5pm. Cortez City Manager Shane Hale talked with KSJD's Austin Cope about the City's excitement for the transition, the features of the new space, and how the transition will benefit the City's operations.

Note: The City of Cortez is an underwriter of KSJD.

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