Mancos

The Voices Of The Mancos Valley Chorus

Dec 2, 2016

The Mancos Valley Chorus brings together the singing voices of local community members each spring and fall to present concerts that delight audiences. KSJD's Tom Yoder (who is also a member of the Mancos Valley Chorus) heard from some of the chorus members about their history with the chorus and why they choose to sing with the group each year, and produced this profile:


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Montezuma County voters approved all four local questions on Tuesday’s general-election ballot, but those results weren’t known until about 5:30 Wednesday morning.


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Artist Janet Lever-Wood creates functional pottery and sculpture that is inspired by the landscapes and archaeology of the Southwest. KSJD's Tom Yoder talked with Janet about her work, the ways that time and place shape her art, and upcoming exhibits she will be showing at the Bluff Arts Festival and Olio's in Mancos.

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Boyle and Cottonwood Parks in Mancos were closed for a day each last week as a firm hired by the town government killed weeds in the parks using non-organic chemicals.

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In this episode of Of Life & Land, KSJD's Tom Yoder talks with Ryan Brown, whose family has been in the Mancos Valley for over one hundred years, about his family history and why conservation of their ranch property was an important step in honoring and preserving that history.

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