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Toolin' around
Toolin' around
From drills to drain snakes, Durango Tool Library's got your next DIY covered
By Jennaye Derge
05/12/2022
Warming up to hot(ish) yoga
Warming up to hot(ish) yoga
The infrared experience at Pause Yoga & Pilates studio
By Elizabeth Barrett/Animas High intern
05/12/2022
'Extraordinary action'
'Extraordinary action'
Feds make unprecedented move to hold back water in drought-stricken Powell
By Michael Elizabeth Sakas / Colorado Public Radio
05/05/2022
Make way for the peregrine
Make way for the peregrine
New land closures are put in place to protect iconic raptors
By Jonathan Romeo
05/05/2022
An extra $400? Sure, why not
An extra $400? Sure, why not
Polis plans to speed up tax refund; Republicans call out election-year move
By by Bente Birkeland & Megan Verlee/Colorado Public Radio
04/28/2022
Hitting up Hoover
Hitting up Hoover
Monument to human ingenuity inches toward obsolescence
By Jonathan Thompson
04/28/2022
Discovering Durango Treasures
Discovering Durango Treasures
What happened to the old Irish Embassy Pub building?
By Elizabeth Barrett & Scarlett Moore/Animas High School interns
04/28/2022
Next major resort town?
Next major resort town?
Is Rico going to be the next new ritzy resort destination? Not quite ...
By Jonathan Romeo
04/28/2022
Time stumps
Time stumps
Colorado is home to some of the best-preserved 34-million-year-old trees
By Dan Boyce/Colorado Public Radio
04/21/2022
When history repeats
When history repeats
Not-so-great feeling of déjà vu over nuclear waste in Utah's canyon country
By Jonathan Thompson
04/21/2022
Sequestering superhero
Sequestering superhero
When it comes to combating greenhouse gas, one need only look in the trash
By Kathleen O'Connor
04/21/2022
Fire station, round two
Fire station, round two
Residents rally round petition to call for public forum
By Jonathan Romeo
04/21/2022
Sí, se pudo!
Sí, se pudo!
How a community organized against a corporate buyout
By Kirbie Bennett & Jamie Wanzek
04/14/2022
Behind the crypto curtain
Behind the crypto curtain
Polis wants you to be able to pay your taxes in crypto, but how does it all work?
By Sarah Mulholland/Colorado Public Radio
04/07/2022
Grazed to death
Grazed to death
Public lands are sick, according to new research
By Jonathan Thompson
04/07/2022
Audiophiles, unite!
Audiophiles, unite!
Durango Record Swap returns, this time with beer
By Jonathan Romeo
04/07/2022
Written in stone
Written in stone
Craig Childs' latest book finds new meaning in rock art
By Zach Hively
03/31/2022
A unified front
A unified front
Purgatory Ski Patrol moves to unionize for better pay, benefits
By Jonathan Romeo
03/31/2022
Close your eyes & dream
Close your eyes & dream
New development at Durango Mesa Park is going to be awesome – but will also take time 
By Jonathan Romeo
03/24/2022
Feelin' fabulous
Feelin' fabulous
Sharing the fabulousness within, if only for a few hours through drag
By Doug Gonzalez
03/24/2022