Business Briefs

Counseling intern joins local office

The office of licensed psychologist Douglas E. Miller, announces the addition of mental-health counseling intern Jordan Wildman to his practice.

Wildman is available to provide low-cost counseling services for adolescents and young adults with emphasis on anxiety, depression, behavioral disorders and phase-of-life difficulties.

For more information, call 382-2680 or visit

Business After Hours to be held June 15

The Durango Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours will take place from 5 to 7 p.m. June 15 at Ultrasteam/Rugmasters, 190 Sawyer Drive, Unit D.

The cost is $5 for chamber members and guests. There will be door prizes.

For more information, visit

Business workshop to be held June 14

The Small Business Development Center at Fort Lewis College will offer the “Starting Your Business Workshop” from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. June 14 at the Durango Public Library, 1900 East Third Ave.

Tuition is $25 for the public and $20 for Durango Chamber of Commerce members. Space is limited.

To reserve a space, visit, call 247-7009 or email Lynn Asano at

If room is available the day of the workshop, walk-ins will be accepted.

Ballet Durango will hold ‘intensive’ in June

Summer Jones of San Diego and New York will join the faculty of the Ballet Durango Summer Intensive for three weeks in June.

Jones will travel to Durango before going to Taos to teach at the nationally acclaimed Jillana School Summer Intensive. Jones received a master of arts in teaching dance from New York University.

She will join faculty members Judy Austin and Frances Rosser Taylor for Season 4 of the Ballet Durango Summer Intensive.

Austin is a faculty member at Fort Lewis College, a nationally accredited choreographer and former dancer with Hubbard Street Dance Company in Chicago. Rosser Taylor is director of both the Ballet Durango Summer Intensive and the Ballet Durango School Year Program as well as artistic director of the Durango Youth Ballet.

She has taught ballet for more than 30 years, including 20 years in New England before moving to and teaching in Durango for the last 12 years.

For more information, call 759-8887 or visit

Herald Staff