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Local newscasts and interviews featuring news from across the Four Corners region.

Austin Cope

Cortez Public Works Director Phil Johnson is one of the finalists to be the city’s new manager.

Austin Cope

The Navajo Nation, the All Pueblo Council of Governors, and conservation groups are supporting legislation that would make permanent a moratorium on new oil and gas development around Chaco Culture National Historical Park.

Austin Cope

Three Montezuma County residents and two California men have reportedly been arrested this month in connection with a drug-trafficking organization believed to be operating in the local area.

Austin Cope

The gravel road that leads to the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe Farm and Ranch Enterprise winds through 11 miles of desert grass and dry brush.


Eric Whyte

The Ute Mountain Ute Tribe operates a large farm and ranch on its lands in Southwestern Colorado. It grows crops like alfalfa and artisan corn, and raises over 600 head of cattle. The Tribe went through a long settlement process to obtain the water rights to operate the enterprise.  But just because it has the farm and the rights to the water doesn’t mean they can use as much as they want.


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