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Funny business
08/04/2022
Funny business
By Jonathan Romeo

Comic Uprising tickles Durango’s funny bone while giving aspiring comics a shot

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A real gold mine
07/28/2022
A real gold mine
By Jonathan Romeo

Multimillion-dollar settlements raise questions among Colorado officials

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A trip through a sacrifice zone
07/28/2022
A trip through a sacrifice zone
By Jonathan Thompson

In northwest New Mexico, hundreds of wells are in limbo

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Wildlife success or deal with the devil?
07/21/2022
Wildlife success or deal with the devil?
By Jonathan Romeo

Land swap approved in Southwest Colorado, but not without detractors

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Clearing the air
08/04/2022

As part of Colorado’s “Zero Fare for Better Air” initiative, public transit around the state will be free to encourage ridership and cut down on ground-level ozone.

Bambi on board
07/28/2022

The “Highway 160 Wildlife Crossing Project” between Durango and Pagosa Springs, near Chimney Rock, is officially open for business.

In hot water
07/21/2022

Colorado Parks and Wildlife instituted a voluntary closure for fishing the Animas and San Juan rivers as they pass through Durango and Pagosa Springs, respectively, from 12 noon - 12 midnight as water temperatures climb dangerously high for trout survival.

Lost in the sauce
07/14/2022

Salamander Fest is a new, three-day music and arts festival that’s scheduled to kick off July 15

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