Dress it up, dress it down, women just cant go wrong with a little black dress unless one cant be found.Tiffani Waters felt the frustration of the limited options to buy new clothing in Cortez...
DATE: Aug. 23, 2011 |
Osprey Packs was named to Outside magazine’s fourth annual “Best Places to Work” list on Aug. 10.Osprey was ranked number 29 out of 50 selected companies, and is one of only five companies to be...
For two years, Cortez residents have enjoyed the fruits of Rusty and Laurie Halls labor in the form of flavorful soups and salads at The Farm.In a tiny storefront on Main Street, the Halls have...
DATE: Aug. 16, 2011 |
DATE: Aug. 13, 2011 |
Naming restaurants after his sons is just something Victor Nuñez Sr. does. His new restaurant in Cortez is named after 16-year-old son Beny.Benys restaurant was Vics Diner in Dolores for 10...
DATE: Aug. 8, 2011 |
DURANGO Linley Dixon is thrilled about the solar-powered greenhouse she built this April on her farm, Adobe House Farms. It doesnt use propane and should be warm enough to grow plants...
DATE: Aug. 2, 2011 |
Walk into Bessie Whites home and you are immediately drawn to the kitchen. With warm wood cabinets and an open space filled with light from an eastern facing window, the room is clearly the center...
The helicopter flies low, skimming through the forest trees and squeezing through impossibly tight spaces while a camera snaps photos of the creek below.These photos offer a unique perspective....
DATE: July 26, 2011 |
Attention one and all! Young and old! Ladies and gentlemen! Boys and girls! You will not want to miss the event of the year: The Montezuma County Fair is Friday, July 29, through Saturday, Aug....
DATE: July 19, 2011 |
All around Montezuma County, youths are spending their time obsessing over the eating habits of livestock.While concerns over food rations for swine, exercise for sheep and posture for cattle are...
DATE: July 12, 2011 |
Fifty-four cases of home foreclosures have already taken place in Montezuma County since January, with another 10 that will soon be opened, according to Montezuma County Treasurer Sherry...
The Strater Hotel, owned for decades by Rod Barker and his family, sold the hotel this week to Ross Garrett, who lives in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
The Galloping Goose Historical Society in Dolores works on restoring five rail cars that ran on area rialroad tracks.
Saturday night’s demolition derby drew about 1,600 fans to Fairgrounds Speedway.
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