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Ignacio middle and elementary schools have suspected COVID-19 cases

District quarantines 14 students, six staff members

Forest Lakes says ‘yes’ to new district office

Ballot measure includes 25-year, $370,000 loan for new office building

Wooley Wolverine now open

Wooley Wolverine is now open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday at 271½ N. Mountain View Drive, Bayfield, next to Brenda’s Cafe. The store offers yarn, fabric and more...

Voters say ‘yes’ to Los Pinos Fire tax increase

Revenue to pay for EMS, volunteer program and equipment purchases

Southern Ute Special Election fills vacant Tribal Council seat

The Southern Ute Indian Tribe held the 2020 Special Election on Friday and the Southern Ute Election Board presented the certified results Monday. Vanessa P. Torres secured suppo...

Habitat for Humanity homes outfitted with solar panels

Shaw Solar donates time, equipment to reduce families’ electricity needs

Discovery DIY Network wraps up filming of Ignacio off-grid home

‘I’m so nervous about seeing myself on TV’

Pine River Library brings back ‘Rambling Readers’

Pine River Library has brought back its popular “Rambling Readers” program. Participants are invited to meet at 10 a.m. on the first Friday of each month starting Nov. 6 at the gate of Saul’...

Errors in Bayfield water study could lead to higher utility rates

Town plans bill relief program

Southern Ute Indian Tribe rescinds Stage 1 fire restrictions

After a long and arduous fire season, widespread moisture finally occurred throughout the Southern Ute Indian Reservation allowing Stage 1 fire restrictions to be rescinded as of 6 a.m. Wedn...

Mark Redwine, accused of killing 13-year-old son, Dylan, set for trial Thursday

After three years in jail, jury selection to begin

Ignacio students quarantined because of COVID-19 case

Fifth grade cohort sent home until Nov. 5