The Pole

June 16, 2022

Here’s a Public Service Announcement we never thought we’d have to write: When you relieve yourself in the woods, don’t set the toilet paper on fire afterward, especially when the entire West is burning,

June 9, 2022

Recently, NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center said there is about a 65% likelihood we will stay in the La Niña weather pattern this upcoming winter.

June 2, 2022

Last Thursday night, the Durango City Council adopted a new ordinance in response to a citizen-led petition that now requires a more robust public process, including hearings, for any proposed police or fire station within city limits.

June 2, 2022

Looks like recent upgrades at the Santa Rita Water Reclamation Facility have made significant improvements to the treated water sent downstream in the Animas River, according to a new report from Mountain Studies Institute

May 26, 2022
May 19, 2022

E-bikes are now permanently allowed on the Twin Buttes trail system, but a final decision on whether riders can go out on other city-wide trails has yet to be determined.

May 19, 2022

Haviland Lake, which was drained in 2019 for repairs on the dam and outlet structure, is now open and back to normal.