The Independent Weekly Line on Durango and Beyond
Booklovers near and far can breathe a sigh of relief. Durango’s beloved independent purveyor of reading materials, Maria’s Bookshop, will not become a trinket shop, bank or mortgage broker.
With the summer growing season almost upon us, it’s time to roll out the rain barrels. To help facilitate with that, 4CORE is doing a group-buy rain barrel program.
This week, the pride of Bodo Park announced it is collaborating with Bay Area punk rock legends Rancid on its newest offering, “Brewstom-per Golden Ale.”
Things got a little wild at a Breckenridge home last week when an unexpected guest dropped by. According to
police reports, a call came in late Fri., March 15, about a suspected burglary.
And speaking of ungulates, CPW also reminds folks that local wildlife areas and BLM lands remain closed to two-leggeds through April 15.
No doubt the snow gods have smiled upon Southwest Colorado this winter. Some may even go so far as to say they are laughing somewhat maniacally at us.
For mountain-dwellers holding out for an all-wheel-drive hybrid vehicle, your prayers have been answered – for the most part.
And speaking of winter warriors, Russell Planning & Engineering took home first place in the 2019 Winter Business Commuter Challenge.