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Thursday, June 02, 2011
Fox Trot
Journal/Sam Green
A fox jumps to try and catch a prey in the weeds but came up short near Totten Lake recently.

Deadly horse disease doesn't kill Ute rodeo
Journal/Sam Green
Wyatt Yates dodges the flying lasso of Rylie Bowman as she learns to rope a steer Tuesday in the parking lot of the Cortez Public Library. Yates was helping the Ute Mountain Rodeo committee teach youngsters about the rodeo during a special Tuesday Storytime. Local officials have taken steps to ensure the rodeo will be held despite a deadly horse disease in Western states.
The Ute Mountain Roundup Rodeo will continue as scheduled June 9-11 at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds, despite the recent outbreak of equine herpesvirus.
Thursday, June 02, 2011

NEWS

FBI maintains silence
Nearly two weeks after the May 22 law enforcement shooting death of a Ute Mountain Ute tribal member, details of the incident have not been released.
Thursday, June 02, 2011
Pedestrian death leads to jail term
A local woman was sentenced Friday for a careless driving charge pertaining to the death of a Pennsylvania woman last July in Cortez.
Thursday, June 02, 2011
SPORTS

MSC softball camp returns
For the third consecutive year, Mesa State College and coach Kristin Mort will bring a piece of its storied softball program back to Cortez on Friday, June 10, through Sunday, June 12, with the MSC youth fastpitch softball camp at the Cortez Softball Complex.
Thursday, June 02, 2011
BUSINESS

Home business
When Jennifer Hernandez created Bliss in a Basket last year, she was simply looking to turn a hobby into an enterprise. In so doing, Hernandez became one of a growing number relying on self-started home businesses to fill the gap where traditional jobs don't.
Tuesday, May 31, 2011
AGRICULTURE

Making the cut
The skills honed by cattlemen and women centuries ago are becoming hobbies in the new West and aficionados like Jay Spinney are using every opportunity to fine-tune their craft.
Tuesday, May 17, 2011
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

'A View to Life'
When a friend asked local resident Brad Reed for advice on ceramic sculpting, an old flame was rekindled and stoked to fire new work.
Thursday, June 02, 2011
LIVING

Living for fishing
Cortez is within close distance of several fisheries. Whether it's a pond, lake or river, or whether an angler fishes for big fish, small fish, pan fish or catfish while using flatfish, anglers can get it all in Southwest Colorado.
Saturday, May 28, 2011

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