The Pole

April 25, 2019

William Shakespeare wrote 37 plays and five volumes of poetry in his short 52 years. But was the so-called Bard of Avon really responsible for all that work?

April 18, 2019

This winter has wreaked havoc on more than our lower backs. The San Juan National Forest reports that heavy snow, in addition to wildfires, dead and dying trees, and debris flows over the last year have taken a toll on popular recreation areas.

April 11, 2019

Feeling the spring break bloat? Long-time local fitness and nutrition guru Don Roberts wants to help you get over the hump.

April 11, 2019

Speaking of out-exercising, the Death Ride returns to the scenic San Juans on June 8-10. And it’s a good thing the scenery is good – the ride covers 235 miles over three days with 17,000 feet of elevation gain over five mountain passes.

April 4, 2019

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.

April 4, 2019

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.

March 28, 2019

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.”

March 21, 2019

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.