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Local newscasts featuring news from across the Four Corners region.

  • Montezuma County commissioners are not backing down from their stance on recent property-tax assessment for farmers.
  • Dolores County also adopts defiant attitude towards state in regard to its assessments of farmland.
  • Good turnout expected for September 30th meeting regarding draft legislation to create a national conservation area along the Dolores River.


  • Montezuma County ranks 25th among the 25 most populous counties in Colorado in child well-being.
  • Cause of death for two beavers found along the Animas River after the Gold King Mine toxic spill remains a mystery.


  • Decision by Canyons of the Ancients National Monument to hold off reopening two grazing allotments has Montezuma County commissioners concerned.
  • Hazardous-materials unit responds to a two-vehicle crash on Highway 491 near Towaoc.


  • Montezuma-Cortez Re-1 School District Board under pressure to decide what to do with the old M-CHS building that contains asbestos.
  • State of Colorado questions Montezuma County commissioners over blanket tax abatement given to farmers in July.


  • Increased bear activity in the town of Dolores has Montezuma County Sheriff concerned.
  • Montezuma County commissioners voice anger over the Bureau of Land Management's initial proposal for a Master Leasing Plan.


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