2017: Mancos rises from ashes, ends year with a celebration

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2017: Mancos rises from ashes, ends year with a celebration

Mancos enters 2018 with hope, new business and new construction
The Western Excelsior fire continues to smolder with some flames Tuesday morning. The manufacturing building collapsed in the middle.
Rosa Sabido, a Mexican national, stands outside of the United Methodist Church in Mancos in June.
Petra Sullwood and Katherine Dobson serve mulled wine to Charolette Lenssen during an Old-Fashioned Christmas.
Thor and Sheri Tingey display one of the companies rafts at the location in Mancos for Alpacka Rafts.
Mancos Brewing Co. brewer DeWayne Jackson shows off a glass of beer while co-owner Kathy Hands holds up a sign at their new location, 484 E. Frontage Road.
Kelly Kilgore Chilcott opened American Indian Art at 100 W. Grand Ave.

2017: Mancos rises from ashes, ends year with a celebration

The Western Excelsior fire continues to smolder with some flames Tuesday morning. The manufacturing building collapsed in the middle.
Rosa Sabido, a Mexican national, stands outside of the United Methodist Church in Mancos in June.
Petra Sullwood and Katherine Dobson serve mulled wine to Charolette Lenssen during an Old-Fashioned Christmas.
Thor and Sheri Tingey display one of the companies rafts at the location in Mancos for Alpacka Rafts.
Mancos Brewing Co. brewer DeWayne Jackson shows off a glass of beer while co-owner Kathy Hands holds up a sign at their new location, 484 E. Frontage Road.
Kelly Kilgore Chilcott opened American Indian Art at 100 W. Grand Ave.
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