- Ten days in jail for Phil Lyman: The sentencing ends the saga of the Recapture ride — unless he appeals
- County seeks to add chapter to land-use code: Public has scant time to see ‘1041’ rules before hearing
- A novel for masochists: Elizabeth Strout’s latest features grim ruminations on family, forgiveness (Prose and Cons)
- Under pressure: Emails released by the Forest Service in response to a FOIA action show how Village at Wolf Creek developers prodded the agency
- Crunch time for a public-lands bill: Will Utah’s ‘Grand Bargain’ succeed, or be quashed by opponents?
- Killing it: Fans of mysteries and canines will enjoy this Colorado-based crime tale (Prose and Cons)
- Dipping below the horizon: Nesbo’s latest thriller is worthwhile, but not one of his best offerings (Prose and Cons)
- Singular focus: Photographer and Mesa Verde artist-in-residence Gregory Spaid specializes in the ‘lone tree’
- Are mail-in ballots unfair to Navajo voters?: The question spawns conflicting suits in San Juan County
- Clean-up moves forward after spill: Entities vie for government funding in wake of 2015 Gold King Mine disaster
- The power of pictures: A Mancos exhibit showcases the historic and history-making work of William Henry Jackson
- Differing views of a landscape: The Bears Ears battleground attracts a record crowd at a meeting in Bluff
- PLI legislation is introduced at last: Supporters say it’s the right solution; critics, that it’s too little, too late
- Out of a home?: When Montezuma County sells its Justice Building, the Bridge shelter may have to move — but where?
- Cabins for rent: Management of two historic guard stations in the San Juan forest is set to go to a concessionaire