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Big Game Hunting Applications Open Now

March 2, 2023

Hunters hoping to get a big game license this season are being encouraged to apply early. The owner of the Mancos Opera House will be the guest speaker at an upcoming Chamber of Commerce networking breakfast. A group of residents is raising money for a new bike and skate park in Dolores. By Connor Shreve. This story is sponsored by The Lor Foundation and Choice Building Supply Ace Hardware

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Hunters hoping to draw a big-game license are encouraged to get their application in early. There will be a chance for business owners in Montezuma County to learn about their fellow entrepreneurs at an upcoming networking breakfast, and a new bike park could be a part of some upcoming outdoor renovations in Dolores. You're watching the "Local News Roundup," brought to you by the LOR Foundation and Choice Building Supply Hardware. I'm Connor Shreve. Big-game hunting applications are now open in Colorado. The state Parks and Wildlife division period for hunters hoping to draw a big-game license runs from March 1st through April 4th, but Colorado Parks and Wildlife is urging those interested to get their applications in as early as possible, so that Parks and Wildlife officials can help navigate any problems that may arise along the way with as much time as possible. This year, resident licenses will run anywhere from $43 per adult to $346, depending on the species. To apply online, go to The Dolores and Mancos Valley Chamber of Commerce have an upcoming network breakfast. The Montezuma County M-Power Breakfast will be held at 8:30 a.m., Wednesday, March 8th at the Mancos Opera House. It is open to the public, with coffee and breakfast burritos available to purchase from Fahrenheit Coffee Roasters. Anyone who donates a door prize will be given the chance to introduce their business to those in attendance. Philip Walters, the owner of the Mancos Opera House, will be the featured guest speaker beginning at nine a.m. Register online at A group of Dolores and Montezuma County residents are rallying local support for a new bike pump track and skate park in Dolores. The group says the proposed bike and skate parks will fill a gap in the town's safe spaces for youth, according to data collected from the Montezuma Inspire Coalition. It will also support the county's economic development goal of increasing the length of stay in our county to promote local businesses. The Dolores Bike and Skate Park Committee has started a GoFundMe campaign and attained 501 status, allowing donations to be tax-deductible. Learn more about these stories and others at Thanks for watching this edition of the "Local News Roundup." I'm Connor Shreve.


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