Category Archives: September 2017

Getting down and dirty: The Montezuma Land Conservancy tackles a new challenge: farming

There’s a new farmer in Montezuma County, but this one doesn’t wear a cowboy hat. That’s because it’s not a person but a non-profit organization, the Montezuma Land Conservancy (MLC), which is known for helping farmers keep their land in … Continue reading

Published in September 2017 Tagged

An oasis on Cortez’s Main Street: The saga of how a tiny park came to be, thanks to the Lions Club

Cortez is in the design development stage of a Main Street beautification project the city hopes will slow traffic, enhance the identity of the city and grace the lives of residents and businesses in the five-block downtown corridor at the … Continue reading

Published in September 2017

What would it take to bring broadband to Montezuma County? And do we really even need it?

Have you ever been watching a Netflix movie on your computer, only to become frustrated because it skips and stalls due to your slow internet connection? Or maybe you do not even have the ability to stream videos or download … Continue reading

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Gothic ramblings

Race, like a flaming cross at a Klan rally, stands at the center of Sing, Unburied, Sing, casting shadows on all that transpires. The novel, Jesmyn Ward’s third and the first since her National Book Award-winning Salvage the Bones, depicts … Continue reading

Published in Prose and Cons, September 2017