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Outstanding waters
01/20/2022
Outstanding waters
By Jonathan Romeo

At a time when water in the Southwest is becoming increasingly scarce, more than 20 streams in the region are being proposed for protective safeguards in an attempt to preserve the waterways for years to come.

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Off-grid living
01/20/2022
Off-grid living
By Jonathan Thompson
And as I sit here typing these solar-powered words, I am convinced the desert-lovers’ dream of a solar array on every rooftop, obviating utility scale solar installations on wild lands, is attainable.
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Marshall Fire, in context
01/13/2022
Marshall Fire, in context
By Jonathan Thompson / Land Desk

Redefining the wildland-urban interface and the notion of fire season
 

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Road to recovery
01/13/2022
Road to recovery
By Claire Cleveland / Colorado Public Radio

For men fighting addiction, Denver’s Rescue Mission is a lifeline
 

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Snow brains
01/20/2022

It happened – astonishingly – again. Recently, another big truck went off a main highway in Southwest Colorado, apparently trying to take a “short cut” led by a GPS system, and became stuck on a narrow mountain road.

Shop & SkiĀ 
01/13/2022

If I’ve learned anything about my homeland of New Jersey, it’s that my people don’t like being outside, and we’ve a long history of recreating the natural world in an indoor setting to better suit our delicate sensibilities.

Durango's 11
01/06/2022

Put this in the strange crime file. Over the holiday weekend, two people suspected of breaking into and living in a closed downtown Durango motel came up with rather bold explanations when caught by cops: not only were they authorized to live there, they worked there as well.

Merry KFC-mas
12/23/2021

Dear readers, The Durango Telegraph will not be publishing next Thurs., Dec. 30. We know what you’re thinking: “What?” Or maybe: “You guys publish every week?”

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