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The North Loop lives on
The North Loop lives on
Katz family buys 190-acre Nordic Center property
By Missy Votel
08/02/2017
EPA chief Pruitt to visit Superfund site
EPA chief Pruitt to visit Superfund site
Visit comes one day before the two-year anniversary of the Gold King Mine spill
By Tracy Chamberlin
08/02/2017
A growing interest
A growing interest
Farming revival in the Animas Valley as much about land as lifestyle
By Jules Masterjohn
08/03/2017
Quick and Dirty
Quick and Dirty
County snuffs marijuana excise tax
By Missy Votel
07/27/2017
Up in smoke
Up in smoke
City, county mull increases in retail, wholesale marijuana taxes
By Missy Votel
07/20/2017
Feeding the movement
Feeding the movement
New manager helps fuel renaissance at Durango Natural Foods Co-op
By Tracy Chamberlin
07/20/2017
Meet the new boss
Meet the new boss
For chief Afzal, it's all about getting police out of cars and onto the streets
By Jeffrey Mannix
07/13/2017
Testing the waters
Testing the waters
EPA puts out community plan as Silverton settles into Superfund status
By Tracy Chamberlin
07/06/2017
Making the pitch
Making the pitch
City debates location of permanent campground for the homeless
By Tracy Chamberlin
06/29/2017
Shine on
Shine on
Gem and Mineral Club celebrates 70 years of rocking in Durango
By Jesse Anderson
06/29/2017
Quick and Dirty
Quick and Dirty
Study finds homelessness on rise - A recent survey has confirmed what many area residents have already suspected: homelessness is on the rise.
By Missy Votel & John Rhoades
06/22/2017
Take me to your leaders
Take me to your leaders
County commissioner creates new nonprofit, bringing the elected West together
By Tracy Chamberlin
06/22/2017
House hunters
House hunters
Fire Department presents options for new downtown station, asks public for input
By Tracy Chamberlin
06/15/2017
Quick and Dirty
Quick and Dirty
• Hermosa plan open for comment • Commuter Challenge June 21-28 • 'Raft for Hope' set for June 23
06/15/2017
Quick and Dirty
Quick and Dirty
• Drivers turn over a new Leaf • 9-R pitches in to keep libraries open • McLachlan 'Rural Schools Champ'
By Missy Votel
06/08/2017
If you build it
If you build it
City Council approves latest project on Boker Lumber lot
By Tracy Chamberlin
06/08/2017
Laying down the law
Laying down the law
Conservationists score big win in battle against Village at Wolf Creek
By Tracy Chamberlin
06/01/2017
The road less traveled
The road less traveled
Local artist hopes to use open road – and art – to open minds
By Missy Votel
05/25/2017
Quick and Dirty
Quick and Dirty
• Montoya, Unger, Landis for LPEA • MSI: Animas meets standards
By Missy Votel
05/18/2017
Something to talk about
Something to talk about
Planners seek input on Ewing Mesa's new fairgrounds, outdoor concert venue
By Tracy Chamberlin
05/18/2017