Colorado Parks and Wildlife

In Mancos, New Utility Increases and Watering Restrictions

Mancos residents will see a slight increase of water and sewer rates next month alongside current watering restrictions.

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416 Fire Facebook Page

The 416 Fire in the Hermosa area north of Durango has grown to more than 2900 acres.

Gail Binkly

Rosa Sabido marked a year living in sanctuary at a Mancos church with an observance called a verbena on Saturday.

Austin Cope

Officials with Southwest Memorial Hospital in Cortez unveiled the facility’s $32 million expansion project to the public Monday night.

Tribal Emergency Management & Preparedness Facebook Page

The Navajo Nation and Bureau of Indian Affairs are reportedly investigating the cause of a wildfire that broke out in the Sawmill Chapter near the Arizona-New Mexico border, just south of Canyon de Chelly.

416 Fire Information Page

The 416 Fire north of Durango grew only a modest amount between Sunday and Monday, but remained just 10 percent contained by Monday afternoon.

A wildfire burning on national-forest land north of Durango has prompted the closure of a portion of U.S. Highway 550.

A Conversation with Mike Montali of Hollis Brown

May 31, 2018

Hollis Brown is a rock and roll band that has achieved a significant amount of success since their formation in 2009. They released their debut album “Ride On The Train” in 2013, and have since toured extensively in America and Europe, headlining and supporting such bands as The Counting Crows, Citizen Cope, Heartless Bastards, Alejandro Escovedo, and Deer Tick. Hollis Brown will headline the 2018 Dolores River Festival in Joe Rowell Park in Dolores on Saturday, June 2nd.

Edna Winti / Creative Commons

In 2013, the state of Utah launched an advertising campaign called “Mighty 5.” It promoted Utah’s five national parks to out-of-state travelers. Five years later, the campaign has clearly been a success – maybe too much of one.

The Navajo Nation has come out in opposition to a recommendation for the closure of the Office of Navajo and Hopi Indian Relocation, or ONHIR.

Austin Cope / KSJD

The City of Cortez is hosting an open house to allow the community to meet the five finalists for city manager. The open house will be Monday, June 4th, from 5 to 7 p.m. at City Hall. Candidates will introduce themselves and will then be available for discussion. The public can weigh in on the candidates through comment cards that will be shared with the city council.


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