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Hemp farmers find niche market in CBD

Hemp flower is grown for high CBD content used for medical purposes.

Hemp farmers find niche market in CBD

Bushes of hemp grow on the Tibbits farm south of McPhee Reservoir.

Hemp farmers find niche market in CBD

Richard Tibbits, and his son, Tyler, discuss raising hemp for the CBD medical market on their farm in Montezuma County.

Navajo man travels Four Corners for supply drive

Lindison Webb, along with his wife, Jessica, and their daughter, Eden, 5, pick up a trailer July 9 in Durango to deliver flour to the Navajo Nation in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Next stop, Cortez Milling Co., then onto a distribution point for Navajo Nation relief in Kaibeto, Arizona.

Navajo man travels Four Corners for supply drive

Lindison Webb, left, loads a trailer with flour on July 9 at Cortez Milling Co. to deliver to volunteers in a Navajo Nation Relief group in Kaibeto, Arizona. The volunteers then deliver the supplies to others on the reservation, sometimes traveling hundreds of miles.

Navajo man travels Four Corners for supply drive

Nelson Dayzie, a volunteer with Kaibeto COVID Relief Group in Arizona, helps unload the flour delivered by Lindison Webb on July 9 at the distribution site. Webb delivered 1,000 pounds of Bluebird Flour from Cortez, a favorite ingredient for making fry bread.

Subway in west Durango closes for good

A Subway sandwich shop inside the Exxon gas station on U.S. Highway 160 in west Durango has closed as a result of business being down during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Isolated rain, hailstorm cause flooding

Virtual breastfeeding event addresses lack of resources in Southwest Colorado

Saturday kicked off World Breastfeeding Week, and mothers across Colorado joined a virtual event to breastfeed together, give advice and express support for each other during the pandemic. Part of the conversation focused on the lack of a support community for breastfeeding mothers in Southwest Colorado.

Standout New Mexico prep basketball player fatally shot

On Jan. 3, JB White of Santa Fe High School, prepares to shoot a free throw during the first half of the basketball game in Santa Fe. The Santa Fe County Sheriff’s Office says Fedonta (JB) White was killed early Saturday just north of Santa Fe. No arrests have been made, and the investigation is ongoing.
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