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.
Brandon Shubert, owner and executive chef of Stonefish Sushi, talks about how he has pivoted to survive and thrive during the pandemic, including partnering with other businesses.
Non-profits in Southwest Colorado are suffering from the pandemic just like businesses. The Community Foundation and United Way have been able to provide a little help with grants this month.
Do you suffer from chronically dry, itchy eyes that no amount of over-the-counter eye drops can soothe? Perhaps you have dry-eye syndrome. Find out why you don’t want to ignore the condition.
No one likes to be told what to do. It goes for your children as well. And they will resist. Dr. Doug Miller offers effective tips for turning the tables to ensure your kids’ compliance with your wishes.
The long-imagined Paths to Mesa Verde received a huge boost this summer with a $5.8 million grant to start construction on the 7-mile section between Mancos and the national park.
Volunteers with the Southwest Colorado Canyons Alliance offers tours of sites in Canyons of the Ancients, provides educational programming for youth, and monitors sites throughout the area.