We all grumble about health care, from the crushing cost to the disappearance of it from the employee benefit package. But now Local First, armed with a $25,000 grant, hopes to diagnose the problem – and find workable remedies.
While the 416 Fire may continue to smolder until the snow flies, some may be wondering, “what’s next?” The San Juan National Forest, in conjunction with Fort Lewis College, Mountain Studies Institute and others, hopes to answer that question with “What’s Next: 416 Fire Open House,” from 5 - 8:30 p.m., today (Thurs., Sept. 13) at the La Plata County Fairgrounds.
The hills could soon be alive with the sound of more music. The Bayfield-based BeFRANK Foundation (which incidentally stands for “For the Recreation Artistic Needs of Kids”), received a gift of six cellos and nine bows valued at more than $10,000.
Some of Durango’s more notorious Class V crossings could be getting a little tamer. The City of Durango recently received nearly $1.1 million in grants from CDOT for implementation of what is being called that College and 8th Safety Project.