The Independent Weekly Line on Durango and Beyond
While some Americans may be seeing red over gun violence, they’ll be wearing orange this coming weekend. June 2-3 will be the second annual National Gun Violence Awareness Days and citizens are encouraged to wear orange in solidarity for gun safety.
From the state Marijuana Enforcement Division, comes something to chew on. According to the MED’s 2017 annual report, good old-fashioned pot smoking may be going the way of the Graffix bong.
After seven years with the Fort Lewis College Environmental Center – five at the helm – Executive Director Rachel Landis is moving on.
Pedestrians will no longer be able to do-si-do across Main Avenue and College Drive.
And now from the Downer Department comes the 2018 economic report from Protect Our Winters, aka POW.
The biggest stars from Durango may be tall, dark and rugged looking, but they won’t be signing any autographs.
We’ve probably all seen the Subaru “Share the Love” ads on national TV, but turns out some of that love has made its way to Durango.
Fort Lewis College students may have packed their bags for the summer, but the FLC Cycling Team’s got one for last hurrah.