The Independent Weekly Line on Durango and Beyond
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.
Haviland Lake, which was drained in 2019 for repairs on the dam and outlet structure, is now open and back to normal.
The petition for more public process in fire and police stations needed 768 signatures, and all tallied up, received 771 valid signatures.
To say America is divided at the current moment is, well, an understatement
We’re all familiar with location-based stereotypes, constantly witnessing their incarnations: Texan cowboys, Californian “dude bros,” and our very own Coloradan potheads, to name a few.
It doesn’t appear weather conditions will line up this spring for a prescribed burn on Animas City Mountain, intended to create a buffer around the City of Durango
It’s official: Purgatory Ski Patrol has voted to form a union
OK – this one tugs at the heartstrings. Lisa Parker, of Parker’s Animal Rescue, sent out a request for help after a puppy named Kirk was saved from severe abuse at the hands of a human a few weeks ago.