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Judge rules $25M lawsuit can roll on
Judge rules $25M lawsuit can roll on
19th century law cited in train's liability to repay Forest Service's suppression costs 
By Missy Votel
06/11/2020
CORE Act could get hearing
CORE Act could get hearing
Bennet hopeful bill protecting 400,000 acres can hitch ride on lands bill
By by Caitlyn Kim/Colordo Public Radio
06/11/2020
Making contact
Making contact
State enlists Americorps members from Durango, Denver to help with tracing
By by Sam Brasch/ Colorado Public Radio News
06/04/2020
State to require biggest polluters to report emissions, but does it go far enough?
State to require biggest polluters to report emissions, but does it go far enough?
By Michael Elizabeth Sakas Colorado Public Radio News
05/28/2020
Déjà flu
Déjà flu
Bayfield author on 1918 flu pandemic finds flash of fame, familiarity
By Missy Votel
05/28/2020
Love in the time of coronavirus
Love in the time of coronavirus
Dating, breaking up and being single in a pandemic
By Claire Cleveland/CPR News
05/20/2020
Winning the race
Winning the race
On the front lines of the slow-and-steady effort to save the desert tortoise
By Missy Votel
05/21/2020
The great re-awakening
The great re-awakening
Polis to consider ski areas, restaurants May 25
By Missy Votel
05/14/2020
The best defense
The best defense
Boost your immune system now to fend off coronavirus later (hint: less beer, more veggies)
By Jim Forleo, D.C., P.C.
05/14/2020
Yes! The Farmers Market is opening
Yes! The Farmers Market is opening
(And no – you probably shouldn't hang out there all day or touch everything)
By Missy Votel
05/07/2020
Mercy opens up COVID  testing
Mercy opens up COVID testing
Testing available for community at-large with doctor referral
04/29/2020
Getting the yellow light
Getting the yellow light
San Juan Basin announces phased approach to re-opening starting May 8
By Missy Votel
04/28/2020
Earth Day reimagined
Earth Day reimagined
City's annual Earth Day celebrations move to the virtual realm
By Missy Votel
04/16/2020
Less than 1% of Telluride tests positive
Less than 1% of Telluride tests positive
Company postpones second round of testing indefinitely due to delays, lack of supplies
By Allison Sherry Colorado Public Radio News
04/09/2020
Almost famous
Almost famous
Nominations being sought for Durango's 'Mount Rushmore' of athletes
By Missy Votel
04/10/2020
A fab lab
A fab lab
Durango's MakerLab mobilizes to create much-needed medical supplies
By Missy Votel
03/26/2020
A new era of e-campaigning
A new era of e-campaigning
Colorado candidates prepare for online campaigns, plead with state for flexibility
By Andrew Kenney, Colorado Public Radio News
03/17/2020
The yocal
The yocal
How to navigate social distancing like a local
By Jennaye Derge
03/18/2020
Life in the slow lane
Life in the slow lane
Four Corners Slow Money group helps five more farms stay rooted in the Southwest
By Tracy Chamberlin
03/05/2020
'It was a crisis for our community'
'It was a crisis for our community'
How one nonprofit is working to lower health care costs in Summit County
By Natalia V. Navarro, Colorado Public Radio News
03/12/2020