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The Cheeseshire Cat food truck was inspired by Alice in Wonderland and the scenes and sayings were created by local artist Ashley Nolan.
Courtesy Cortez Public Library
Markie Scholz will present her show “The Dragon who fell to Earth” at the Cortez Public Library on July 17.
Crow Canyon Archaeological Center will host a talk by Jim Allison on July 23.
Courtesy Montelores Early Childhood Council
Montelores Early Childhood Council and partners will host a school supply and backpack drive through August 8.
Durango Herald file
Sunnyside Gold Corp. is refusing to do work ordered by the Environmental Protection Agency that is part of the cleanup of mines around Silverton.
Three rescue missions were initiated within the past week for climbers who fell in the Cascade Creek area, north of Durango.
Courtesy of Christie Suckla
Dolores High School soon-to-be senior Dara Suckla competes with her horse Mighty Mouse recently. Suckla is set to compete in the National High School Finals Rodeo next week.
Dolores High School’s Dara Suckla will compete in the National High School Finals Rodeo next week.
DelSheree Gladden/The Journal
A trampoline clinic with Joy Umenhofer Stovall drew students from around the Four Corners this week.
A Four Corners crowd watches fireworks in Cortez's Parque de Vida.
Durango celebrates the Fourth of July with a parade on Main Avenue.
The 2019 Four States Ag Expo Ranch Rodeo featured four- and five-member teams racing to complete tasks that replicate calf branding, calf sorting, penning, trailer loading and wild cow milking. It was held Saturday at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds.
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