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Waiting to exhale
04/19/2018
Waiting to exhale
By Tracy Chamberlin

As business owners and consumers alike prepare for the marijuana industry’s biggest annual holiday, 4/20, advocates of the green are gaining ground in Colorado and Washington.

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04/17/2018
Recall effort falls 2,031 short
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Deep roots
04/12/2018
Deep roots
By Tracy Chamberlin

Food is about relationships. The seed to the soil, the people to the plate, the appetizer to the entre?e.

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The new frontlines
04/05/2018
The new frontlines
By Stew Mosberg

Remember “Big Brother is watching you” from George Orwell’s apocalyptic novel 1984? Well we’re there.

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Get ripped
04/19/2018

The latest indoor fitness craze is coming to D rango. This weekend, the Rec Center will hold TRX Rip Trainer workshops from 12:15 - 1:15 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday ($10 fee.)

The virtual tourist
04/19/2018

Mesa Verde has gone virtual. Internet juggernaut Google announced this week it is featuring the nearby national park on Google Arts & Culture.

Dig in
04/12/2018

In case you need an excuse to eat out, now you have one. Next week, April 16-20, is Thrive! Living Wage Coalition’s “Dine Out Durango Week.” A fundraiser for the Thrive!, six certified living wage restaurants in Durango – Eolus, Grassburger, Ore House, Ska, Smiley Cafe and Zia – will donate a portion of their profits to help make living wages a reality for all local workers.

The Buzz bus
04/12/2018

Hippies rejoice! The VW Bus is back. And don’t worry – you can drive it with a clean conscience. That’s rights – after the PR nightmare of “Dieselgate,” the German automaker is emerging from the exhaust fumes with a brand-spanking new, redesigned electric version of its iconic, festivarian classic.

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Mountain Town News
Mountain Town News

• Warnings abound of forest megafires
• Vail skier, 91, may get Guinness record
• Heli-ski run honors pioneering guide
• Protecting an iconic Colorado landscape
• Ikon Pass has limited Deer Valley days
• Wirth takes breather after eight years

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