Water rights

In 2007, years into a record-breaking drought throughout the southwestern U.S., officials along the Colorado River finally came to an agreement on how they’d deal with future water shortages -- and then quietly hoped that wet weather would return.

But it didn’t.

Calling Your Bluff: Campaigning in Utah’s New Town

Jun 26, 2018
Daniel Rayzel

If you drive west toward Bluff, Utah, one of the first things you’ll notice will be the Navajo Twins, a set of rock formations overlooking the city. You’ll drive on the mix of paved and gravel roads while admiring impressive walls of sandstone, but there’s a good chance you’ll miss the ongoing campaigning for town council. 

Colorado Parks and Wildlife

Mancos residents will see a slight increase of water and sewer rates next month alongside current watering restrictions.