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Riders on the storm
05/23/2019
Riders on the storm
By Tracy Chamberlin

This weekend marks the start of summer for most people across the country. In the Southwest, however, it feels more like the winter that never ends.

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Making the case
05/16/2019
Making the case
By Tracy Chamberlin

One of the taglines making the rounds among the 20-plus politicians running for the Democratic presidential nomination is “Medicare for All.”

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Ups & downs
05/09/2019
Ups & downs
By Tracy Chamberlin

Changes are coming to trail systems across La Plata and Montezuma counties.

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Lions in the midst
05/09/2019
Lions in the midst
By Missy Votel

Neils will be in Durango for presentations on the secretive and elusive cats, their habits and where best to spot – or not spot – them.

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The Pole

Ready to rumble
05/23/2019

Let the rigging begin. In case you don’t obsessively check the Dolores Water Conservancy’s updates, the spring spill on the Dolores has begun.

Rock 'n' roll
05/23/2019

Looking to wow the competition in this year’s Iron Horse e-bike race start line? Or maybe you just want to win style points at the bar? Well, now you can take a ride on the wild side.

Redrum
05/16/2019

Sick of the same old predictable Holiday Inn Express? Now, adventurous travelers can check their bags at Colorado’s very own haunted brothel.

Scoping it out
05/16/2019

Sprinter vans eat your heart out. This weekend, the Mobile Earth Space Observatory (MESO for short) is deploying to Durango.

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Mountain Town News
Mountain Town News

• Chasing the 100 percent renewable goal
• Cutthroats losing purity to rainbows
• Student sentenced to write civility essay

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