The city of Cortez has delayed construction of medians on Main Street until next spring, Public works director Phil Johnson told the city council on Tuesday.In a workshop before the council meeting, Johnson said the public works department did not receive construction bids for the project, which would have involved building raised medians on about four blocks of Main Street and a crosswalk near the Edith Street intersection.
Western Excelsior Corp. will begin demolishing its Mancos plant in September, company President Zach Snyder confirmed Monday.The plant, located on 901 Grand Ave., was destroyed in a fire on May 8, and its ruins have remained largely untouched since then. Snyder said demolition will begin within the next two weeks, but he doesn’t know when the plant will be rebuilt.
Schools across the Montezuma-Cortez school district canceled live viewing of the solar eclipse Monday, which happened to fall on the first day of classes.But despite the decision to keep students inside, teachers came prepared to take advantage of the learning moment, and many parents pulled their kids from school to view the event with special solar glasses.A small group of campers and local residents gathered at Mancos State Park hosted a viewing party for campers and local residents, and...
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