Day in the Life

When the smoke clears
When the smoke clears

Doesn’t anybody work in this town?

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Four years in the life
Four years in the life

Alas, it is time to say goodbye. It’s been a great four years here at the Telegraph. Here’s a look back at some smiles, some tears and a lot of shenanigans. Thanks Durango, it’s been fun.

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Back on track
Back on track

We’ve all been feeling a little suffocated lately with smoke forcing us inside, windows closed, into a hermitlike existence.

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Fire & rain
Fire & rain

Not only were folks in Durango out dancing in the rain last weekend, they were in full celebration mode.

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Cowboying Up
Cowboying Up

No doubt Durango has fire on the brain. It's hard to think about anything else these days when flames loom up north and smoke is settling in every crevice.

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Super soaked
Super soaked

Perhaps the Animas River's flow was particularly low this year, but that doesn't mean stoke wasn't high.

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Let the good times roll
Let the good times roll

The less serious side of Iron Horse weekend

 

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Riding with the big dogs
Riding with the big dogs

While exercising one’s mind is important, so is exercising the body.

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Shake it up
Shake it up

If anyone has ever wanted to stop what they're doing and start dancing in the middle of the street, they're not alone.

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Hold onto your hats
Hold onto your hats

The equestrians in Kentucky last weekend weren't the chap-wearing cowboys that folks out West are accustomed to.

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Cultural crossroads: Getting your fix in Santa Fe
Cultural crossroads: Getting your fix in Santa Fe

Even though it's only four hours away, going to Santa Fe sometimes feels like a vacation abroad.

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Northern exposure
Northern exposure

Durango's historic downtown may be quaint, and the southside will always have a certain charm, but it's high time the north side got a little of its own glory.

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Stringing along
Stringing along

Constant spring winds and allergies are making a lot of us just want to hop a jet to Hawaii. Unfortunately, for most of us landlubbers, that's just not possible.

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Local color
Local color

Who couldn’t use a little extra pick-me-up with their morning coffee? This week, Local First will be unveiling its “Local is the Way!” mural at the College Drive Durango Joes.

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Dude, where's my car?
Dude, where's my car?

Why limit ourselves to four seasons when we could have five?

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Rally the troops
Rally the troops

Sometimes, it’s hard to get away for spring break, or even a fun weekend.

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Different strokes
Different strokes

We can all thank Bob Ross for planting an artist seed into our hearts.

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Spring-ish
Spring-ish

Warmer temps are prime time to explore backcountry

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Totally tubular
Totally tubular

What goes up must come down. But just to make sure, Uncle Clyde's Run and Slide race put that theory to the test on the Purgatory tubing hill last weekend.

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Rock stars: Checking out the Rock Lounge's new digs
Rock stars: Checking out the Rock Lounge's new digs

After closing nearly a year ago, Durango's indoor climbing gym, The Rock Lounge, has reopened in a new, more northerly location.

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