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Jared King

Navajo Nation’s current vice president and a former president emerged as victors in Tuesday’s primary election. 

Austin Cope

Montezuma-Cortez School District RE-1 will not move forward with a mill levy for November after months of talks and a reevaluation of a previous attempt. 

The Colorado River is running low on water. The lifeline that slakes the thirst of 40 million southwestern residents is projected to hit a historic low mark within two years, forcing mandatory cuts to water deliveries in Arizona, Nevada and Mexico.   

Facing exceptional drought conditions, cities throughout the watershed this summer have imposed mandatory water restrictions, ranchers have begun selling off cows they’re unable to feed, and the river’s reservoirs are headed toward levels not seen since they filled decades ago.

Courtesy of Dolores School District

A Montezuma County deputy allegedly made inappropriate remarks about school safety during a visit assessing security measures at Dolores Elementary School and High School. 

Austin Cope

Montezuma Valley Irrigation Company announced a tentative water shut-off for August 29 — a decision rumored among shareholders and farmhands since the start of the month. 

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