The Independent Weekly Line on Durango and Beyond
It appears no wolves will be released in the Weminuche Wilderness – as was previously reported – but that’s not to say the four-legged critters won’t wander down here.
Durango City Council came out on Tuesday in favor of allowing e-bikes on the city’s natural surface trails.
Apparently, it’s ground-breaking season in Durango.
Purgatory Resort has announced its opening day
We here at the Telegraph are feeling a little nostalgic on our 20th birthday, and we’ve been looking back at some of our very first issues.
An initiative to legalize hallucinogenic mushrooms in the state of Colorado will be on this November’s ballot after receiving enough signatures from residents.
As part of Colorado’s “Zero Fare for Better Air” initiative, public transit around the state will be free to encourage ridership and cut down on ground-level ozone.
The “Highway 160 Wildlife Crossing Project” between Durango and Pagosa Springs, near Chimney Rock, is officially open for business.