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Austin Cope / KSJD

A man has confessed to a decades-old murder in Cortez’s City Park.


Former BLM Ranger Reflects on Resource Protection

Mar 21, 2017
Bureau of Land Management

Fred Blackburn was a ranger for the Bureau of Land Management in 1974, when he worked at Grand Gulch, now part of the new Bears Ears National Monument. He was at Grand Gulch until 1979. Though Blackburn eventually resigned from the agency, his tenure as a ranger gave him on-the-ground perspectives about public lands management.  He talked with KSJD's Austin Cope.

Steve Terrell / Creative Commons

The owners of the San Juan Generating Station near Waterflow say the coal-fired power plant could be shut down at the end of 2022.

US Fish and Wildlife Service

A proposed bike and pedestrian trail from Cortez to Mancos could adversely affect wildlife, and discussions are needed about ways to reduce impacts.

Nicholaus Sandner / MCHS Drama Department

The Montezuma Cortez High School Drama department will present the last three shows of "Once Upon a Mattress," a musical adaptation of the "Princess and the Pea," this weekend.

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