Category Archives: May 2020
Since COVID-19 has spread across the globe, wild animals have begun showing up, not just in backyards, but in city streets emptied of pedestrians and traffic and on roadways, beaches, mountain trails and waterways suddenly devoid of humans. Many millions … Continue reading
Time to open up? Locals struggle to balance community health with the needs of small businesses in the age of COVID-19
Stuart McLagan Porter was a vigorous 82-year-old living in Montezuma County, Colo., when he contracted COVID-19. He chose to fight the virus outside of the hospital so he wouldn’t be separated from his wife. He died at his home in … Continue reading
You, me and the DWRF collaborative: What will you do to ensure better fire outcomes in Southwest Colorado?
Another weekend at home and there is no shortage of things to do. Along with the planting, and spring cleaning, I am trying to do my part in the Dolores Watershed Resilient Forest (DWRF) Collaborative. We all live and work … Continue reading
The Montezuma County commissioners have put forth a draft plan for gradually reopening county businesses and have scheduled an in-person meeting on Thursday at 1 p.m. at the courthouse to discuss feedback on their plan. They said anyone who attends … Continue reading