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Tanna Young poses with her Grand Champion steer, Charley.
Brooke Romine, 15, shows her market lamb, which sold for $2,750. She plans to buy more to raise for next year’s fair.
Amadeo Martinez, 14, sold his Hampshire pig for $1,400 and is saving the money to buy a pickup truck. “This breed is pretty nice and well mannered, but sometimes they can be difficult,” he said.
Cheyenne Castillo-Calvillo poses with her goat, Max, and friend Dallin Lanier.
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Southwest Open School seniors have an untraditional graduation at the end of July because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Graduating senior Marissa Moore receives her high school diploma from Southwest Open School.
Southwest Open School seniors walk into their bright future.
More than 50 people participated in a march for social justice and equality Saturday in Cortez.
A group of motorcyclists participated in a Back the Blue rally in Cortez organized by JFargo’s restaurant.
Dawn Robertson talks about how to respond to confrontation prior to a peace march Saturday in Cortez.
The Montezuma County Fairgrounds were a flurry of chicken feathers and scrappy kids on Thursday for the first chicken chase of the 2020 summer fair.
Fire crews battled the East Canyon Fire on Tuesday, dealing with dry, hot and windy conditions.
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