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Jim Mimiaga
Position: Journal staff writer

Mancos will inventory trees in town as part of Community Forestry Program

Town awarded grant from Colorado Tree Foundation

Mesa Verde National Park prefers to stabilize and reopen Spruce Tree House cliff dwelling

Public comment period open until April 10; ancient village was most visited in park before closing in 2015

Author of new Bears Ears book will speak at Cortez library

Andrew Gulliford is a professor of history and environmental studies

Update: Bill to protect Dolores River is reintroduced in U.S. Senate

Sens. Michael Bennet and John Hickenlooper revive National Conservation Area plan; Rep. Lauren Boebert introduces House version

San Juan National Forest increases firewood supply to Navajo Nation

Clearing small diameter wood improves forest health, benefits neighboring communities

Cortez police warn of fake $5 bills in area

Counterfeit bills were discovered in cash deposits from local businesses

Colorado launches study on native pollinators

New state law calls for research; insects important for agriculture and ecology

Highways reopen in Southwest Colorado after blizzard conditions pass

Crews remove snow from high passes, U.S. 491 near Utah

Whiteout snowstorm shuts down highways in Southwest Colorado

U.S. highways 491 and 550 have closures; Lizard Head and Wolf Creek passes closed

Avalanche warning issued for San Juan Mountains

Up to 3 feet of fresh snow expected; storm is fueled by cold air from the northwest and moisture from south

Conference to address water crisis in Southwest Colorado

Drought requires ideas and collaboration; Sky Ute Casino in Ignacio will host seminar

New pellet mill in Mancos is subsidiary of Aspen Wood Products

Mesa Verde Pellets will produce aspen and wood pellets for heating and animal bedding