Category Archives: February 2014

Always on the move

Print this articleA national exhibit at Durango’s Animas Museum spotlights Americans’ historical journeys Tales of voyages across tumultuous seas and journeys over ominous mountains are the stuff of legends; consider Homer’s Odyssey for example and the line, “We leave home … Continue reading

Published in February 2014, Uncategorized

Racial-discrimination suit still pending

Print this articleAn amended lawsuit filed by the Navajo Nation over voting districts in San Juan County, Utah, is still pending in U.S. District Court as different motions are filed and rulings made. The nation had filed suit in January … Continue reading

Published in February 2014, Uncategorized

Out-of-compliance deck sparks fresh debate

Print this articleShould it stay or should it go? A deck along the Dolores River that was built in violation of county land-use regulations – despite a notice to the owner to stop its construction – continues to be the … Continue reading

Published in February 2014, Uncategorized

Planning commission mulls ways to tweak river rules

Print this articleThe Montezuma County Planning and Zoning Commission is in something of a bind. Its members have been asked by the county commissioners to scrutinize the decade old Dolores River Valley Plan, possibly with an eye to relaxing or … Continue reading

Published in February 2014, Uncategorized

Red Arrow mine owner says he’s done no wrong

Print this articleCraig Liukko, the embattled president of the Red Arrow Gold Corporation, which allegedly operated a non-permitted mill just outside Mancos, insists he has done nothing wrong. He says he has been unjustly targeted by state regulators and hopes … Continue reading

Published in February 2014