The Independent Weekly Line on Durango and Beyond
The Emerald Mile’s record is still safe. Earlier this month, a team of rafters attempted to break the historic wooden dory’s speed record for an oar rig on the Grand Canyon.
Life might be a box of chocolates, but for Montrose, things aren’t so sweet right now.
Durango Police are hoping to cast a wider net on the net. This week, the Durango Police Department unveiled its new online reporting system.
Calling all skimotoers and rando-nerds. If you like to earn your turns before most folks have strapped the skis to the car, then you won’t want to miss Purg’s first ever uphill/downhill rando race this Sun., Jan. 12.
Although Colorado voters will have their say on whether or not to formally reintroduce wolves in November, there are signs the large canids have already taken up residence.
Want to bring the thrill of the shot ski home for personal enjoyment? Look no further than instantshotski.com.
It’s time to dust off the old pipes – the Durango Voice is back. Although auditions don’t take place till Feb. 22, submissions for the 5th annual test of local vocal chords are due Jan. 20.
Durango has a new title to stuff in its stocking: Certified Creative District, joining 22 other towns across the state, including Mancos, Telluride and Salida.