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Friday, September 24, 2021

Property fence interrupts 150-year-old religious pilgrimage

By Kate PerdoniRocky Mountain PBS A religious ceremony — the last of its kind in Colorado — stands threatened by private property rights. Each spring during...

Colorado county leaders blast state officials over concerns about mental health for foster kids

By Jennifer BrownThe Colorado Sun The state system that treats children with severe mental health issues is so stretched that it’s become dangerous, Colorado’s county...

Second annual Steamroller Printmaking Event Sept. 18 in Creede

Creede Arts Council  Join us for the second annual Steamroller Printmaking Event on Sept. 18, hosted by the Creede Arts Council, a nonprofit organization in...

Southern Ute Tribal Council approves return to Phase II ‘Safer at Home,’ Level 1

By Lindsay Box Communication Specialist, Southern Ute Indian Tribal Council Affairs In accordance with the tribal Resolution 2021-104 which adopted amended COVID-19 metrics, and due to...

Registration open for Club 20 Fall Conference

By Christian ReeceClub 20 Club 20 is excited to announce the return of the in-person Fall Conference and Steak Fry. This event has been a...

Agricultural tours announced for the 2021 San Luis Valley Potato Festival

By Jessica CrowtherColorado Potato Administrative Committee It’s that time of year again. The 2021 Potato Festival will be Sept. 11 at Chapman Park in Monte...

Community Concert Hall announces performances for fall season

By Denise Leslie Fort Lewis College The Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College will reopen to full capacity for the fall 2021 Performing Arts Series...

Colorado Parks and Wildlife officers rescue moose calf from Grand Lake basement; reunite it...

Colorado Parks and Wildlife officers rescued a moose calf trapped in the basement foundation of a house that burned in last year’s East Troublesome...

Colorado work group fails to reach consensus in anti-speculation report

By Heather SackettAspen Journalism  After nearly a year’s worth of meetings, a work group has not reached a consensus about what Colorado should do to...

Cumbres and Toltec’s Victorian Iron Horse Roundup set

By Joy Meadows  Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad One of the most anticipated historic railroad events of the year will take place Aug. 21-29, when the...