Category Archives: July 2008

Tribute to resistance: An exhibition showcases Desert Rock opposition

Thirty-six artists moved out of their personal comfort zone to place work in the current art exhibition, “Connections: Earth + Artist = A Tribute Art Show to Resistance to Desert Rock,” on display at the Center for Southwest Studies at … Continue reading

Published in Arts & Entertainment, July 2008

Rule is proud of board service, hiring choices

  Related story Wilkin wants more planning, land-use guidelines If you think Montezuma County needs radical changes, don’t look to Larrie Rule to bring them about. While the incumbent commissioner believes the county has its fair share of problems and … Continue reading

Published in Election, July 2008

A change for the worse? Critics say an EPA proposal could increase air pollution in parks and pristine areas

New rules proposed by the Bush administration would change how air quality is assessed in the nation’s most pristine areas, making it easier to build power plants near sites such as Mesa Verde National Park. Although the new Environmental Protection … Continue reading

Published in July 2008

Tight squeeze: Montezuma County’s justice system, government are running out of room

Montezuma County is growing — and along with the new homes, added revenues and new roads comes a host of new problems. One of the most pressing is a need for more space for county government and the judicial system, … Continue reading

Published in July 2008