Position: Journal Staff Photographer
Phone Number: 970-564-6036
Sam Green has been a photographer at the Cortez Journal since 2002. For sixteen years Sam and his wife, Melinda, co-published the Dolores Star.
Even though it was raining Tuesday, Oct. 29, an extra night camping on the shore of McPhee wasn't enough for a 7-year-old boy from Durango. After being rescued by United Search and Rescue of...
DATE: Oct. 30, 2013 |
CATEGORY: DS - News
The black goat that entertained local Dolores residents for years may be gone, but its memory may live on thanks to Laura Getts, who has named her coffeehouse in Cortez “The Black Goat.” Getts...
DATE: July 15, 2013 |
Normally the Kathy Butler ranch is calm and serene, sitting peacefully at the edge of the San Juan National Forest on Boggy Draw. Alpacas grazing in the open pasture. A quiet bird watching walking...
DATE: June 12, 2013 |
CATEGORY: DS - News
The Dolores girls' track team won their league meet at Stocker Stadium in Grand Junction on their way to qualifying 14 for the state tournament. On the boys side, Moki Youngquist was the only...
DATE: May 15, 2013 |
CATEGORY: DS - Sports
"Warning: Cold water swimming can produce injury and/or death." After reading the big bold print and a whole lot of more smaller print that included the word "paralysis," then signing away all my...
DATE: Feb. 22, 2013 |
The sun is shining and the air is crisp. Rays are bouncing off the red, green and yellow orbs hanging from the trees. The orchard is brimming with fruit. It has been a bountiful harvest. Gala,...
DATE: Sept. 22, 2012 |
Ute Mountain Farm recognized for placing in national contest
DATE: March 20, 2012 |
CATEGORY: Local News
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Mudslides after heaving rain Tuesday night covered portions of County Road 250 and U.S. Highway 550 north of Durango as well as train tracks used by the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad.
A growing wildfire destroys more than 100 homes near La Veta, Colorado, and other blazes across the parched U.S. West keep hundreds of other homes under evacuation orders.
In a meadow northeast of Transfer Campground, a firefighter city has emerged as a strategic base to battle the 3,700-acre Burro Fire in nearby Bear Creek canyon. A fire isn’t done until it’s cold.
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