The Dolores River Campground has been unexpectedly busy with COVID refugees this summer, much to the surprise of its owners, but they’re grateful, and they’re adjusting to COVID restrictions.
The tiny town of Dolores just north of Cortez is jumping with activity these days from COVID 19 refugees who bring their RVs to enjoy the great outdoors and who want to enjoy some town events.
The recently appointed police chief of the Cortez Police Department says that community partnerships are key to addressing the root causes of criminal behavior in the city.
The new director of the Cortez Library says that libraries aren’t dying, they still play a vital role in the health of a community, and she wants the Cortez library to help the region thrive.
Front Range communities are enjoying an economic boon, but that boon isn’t spreading as quickly to rural Colorado. A new organization hopes to change that. Here’s one story.