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  • Property taxes were on the minds of the Montezuma County commissioners this week.
  • Much local recycling remains on hold even as Montezuma County moves forward with efforts to repair the baler the county landfill uses to handle recycled materials.
  • A lengthy and contentious public hearing Thursday night on high-impact and special-use permits for new operators at the Ironwood mill site ended with the Montezuma County Planning and Zoning Commission continuing the hearing to June 13.
  • Spring in Cortez has been drier than usual
  • Montezuma County attorney Ian MacLaren has been appointed judge for the Dolores County Court, and wolverines may return to Colorado.
  • With a 2-to-1 vote, the Montezuma County commissioners on Tuesday denied a high-impact permit for a Dollar General store at Highway 145 and Road N
  • Does art with a political message belong on a public building? Mancos locals voiced different views on that topic at Thursday night’s meeting of the Mancos Library Board.
  • Following a two-hour public hearing, the Montezuma County commissioners on Tuesday delayed deciding whether to approve a controversial high-impact permit for a Dollar General store at Highway 145 and Road N between Cortez and Dolores
  • The Mancos Conservation District is opposing a proposal for exploratory mineral drilling in the La Plata Mountains because of concerns about possible effects on the Mancos watershed and river.
  • Montezuma County and the Ironwood mill remain in a legal dispute over waste wood on Ironwood's property at Road T and Highway 145.M