Matt Thorpe, left, and Stephanie Schuler of Colorado Parks and Wildlife douse a fawn with water in order to free it Saturday afternoon from a fence at the Smiley Building. Lindsay Stonecash and Marti Bauer said they were walking by when they saw the stuck fawn and called 911 after a failed attempt to free it. The fawn appeared uninjured after the half-hour ordeal and was reunited with its mother.
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Matt Thorpe, left, and Stephanie Schuler of Colorado Parks and Wildlife douse a fawn with water in o...

The Blotter

Most items in this column are taken from logs of calls made to authorities. Their accuracy may not have been verified by an official investigation.

Durango Police

Thursday

9:47 a.m.
Someone vomited on the sidewalk in the 900 block of Main Avenue.

2:06 p.m.
A dog was hit by a car near East Second Avenue and 32nd Street, and it was causing a traffic issue.

4:14 p.m.
A dirt bike was stolen...
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Local Briefs

Wolfwood Refuge to host fundraiser

Wolfwood Refuge will have an ambassador wolf from the refuge during Durango’s Art Walk from 5 to 8 p.m. Thursday at the Four Leaves Winery, 528 Main Ave.

Four Leaves will feature select, handcrafted red and white...


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And the West is History

100 years ago: “Tomorrow the school bells will ring and the lads and lassies will try to get their faces clean and find the school books they hid in the clothes closet last spring. All the...


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