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For the record
Thursday, April 11
An unlocked residence on Mule Team Drive was enough of an invitation for a wanderer to enter and then proceed to pass out on the living room floor. When the resident noticed the sleeping sot, she woke him up and asked what he was doing. He told her he was Kevin from Grand Junction, and being a gracious albeit startled host, the woman allowed him to sleep on the couch because it was cold out. The next morning, the man was gone, and police were responding to a neighbor who had a camper that had been broken into. Its contents were strewn about the ground but nothing...
Thank you letters
The Cortez Middle School Band would like to sincerely thank the many people who have generously donated instruments to our group. We are so grateful for the following people who...
- Wonderful community of caring
- Thank you, pet supporters
- These mean so much
- Thank you for the caring and compassion
- Community support is wonderful
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Clubs and organizations
The Lakeview Harmony Club, organized by pioneer women in May 1913, is not a musical group but a community fellowship and service group. This year, the Harmony Club is celebrating its 100-year birthday.
The event will be Sunday, May 19, from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Lakeview Commmunity Center on Road M, east of Highway 145. There will be refreshments, music and door prizes.
The public is invited to join Harmony Club members in a celebration of Montezuma County women, 100 years ago and today.
The larger the attendance, the...