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Adopted & abandoned
Adopted & abandoned
As world reopens, many people are giving up pets that helped them through lockdown
By Jonathan Romeo
09/30/2021
Choke on that
Choke on that
Colorado's skies, air quality worsens as wildfires plague the West
By Joe Wertz and Veronica Penney / Colorado Public Radio
09/30/2021
Fired up
Fired up
Local authorities prepare for very real threat of wildfire in Durango
By Jonathan Romeo
09/23/2021
Into the twilight zone
Into the twilight zone
Local artists' colorful glimpse into another dimension debuts at Denver's Meow Wolf
By Jennaye Derge
09/23/2021
Whitewashing no more
Whitewashing no more
Fort Lewis removes historical panels that glossed over school's dark past
By Pablo Zialcita / Colorado Public Radio
09/16/2021
To the bat cave!
To the bat cave!
 'Bat walks' take to the night skies to better appreciate our nocturnal neighbors
By Kathleen O'Connor
09/16/2021
Priced out
Priced out
How the local housing crunch is impacting the workforce
By Jamie Wanzek
09/16/2021
Roe worn and weary
Roe worn and weary
Colorado providers prepare for influx of out-of-state women in wake of Texas abortion ban
By Claire Cleveland / Colorado Public Radio
09/09/2021
Something in the water
Something in the water
Trying to get a handle on E. coli issues in the San Juan, Animas rivers
By Jonathan Romeo
09/09/2021
Out of bounds
Out of bounds
Chaco landscape the perfect argument for oil-gas leasing reform
By Jonathan Thompson / Land Desk
09/09/2021
Vinyl revival
Vinyl revival
After three-year void, Durango now has a new record shop
By Jon Lynch
09/02/2021
On board to have fun
On board to have fun
Colorado Paddle Co. offers SUPS with a decidedly Durango vibe
By Jennaye Derge
09/02/2021
Back to Brigadoon
Back to Brigadoon
Stars and sunsets: One volunteer's tales from behind the scenes at Telluride Film Fest
By Monica Castillo / Colorado Public Radio
09/02/2021
Making a comeback
Making a comeback
CPW reintroduces native cutthroats in northern, southwestern streams
By Paolo Zialcita, Colorado Public Radio/ Durango Telegraph
08/26/2021
Ohana Kuleana off the market
Ohana Kuleana off the market
How did Durango's only community garden fall into private hands?
By Jonathan Romeo
08/26/2021
Garden of dreams
Garden of dreams
Local artist brings his trademark bizarre humor to Durango co-op
By Jessica Pace
08/26/2021
What comes around
What comes around
Durango police use 'bait bikes' in hopes of deterring, snagging bike thieves
By Jonathan Romeo
08/19/2021
Hazed and confused
Hazed and confused
Trip back to Durango overwhelms with evidence of climate change
By Jonathan Thompson/ Land Desk
08/19/2021
Tailing off
Tailing off
Efforts to clean up uranium stagnates due to pandemic, lack of staging site
By Jonathan Romeo
08/05/2021
Under siege
Under siege
Neither fire, smoke, nor searing heat can stop the public land swarms
By Jonathan Thompson / Land Desk
08/05/2021