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Some parks may exit the city’s organic program because organic treatments have not been able to keep parks healthy.
National & World
WASHINGTON – It started with the death of John W. Clore, 30, a widower, on Sept. 21, 1918, at the old Sibley Hospital in Washington.
Four days later, John Janes,...
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- Tough to pick a college?
- Killing of Calif. deputies brings complexity
- Ebola-stricken doc was a do-gooder
- Woman hanged by Iran for killing alleged rapist
In hip-hop culture, where you come from, your “hood,” molds your identity and persona. In Durango, perhaps not so much. But each region and neighborhood in a way has...
- Rural areas overlooked in subprime debacle
- New-home sales up slightly in September
- Construction boom
- Big slump is no cause to ditch stock market
- Not so fast, cable cord cutters
The 13th annual REEL Environmental Film Experience will engage water experts and members of the audience in a dialogue after the screening tonight of “DamNation,” a...
- Hazy territory for ‘organic’ goods
- Plastic beads from face wash pollute rivers
- Earth Briefs
- Cleaning up bighorn habitat
- With our mark on Earth, humans may name era, too
School children, increasingly into electronic media to study and do homework as well as socialize, should know how to navigate this new world, says a developer of educational...
- Wealthy students’ edge
- For some teens ‘distractions’ help them focus
- Education Briefs
- Free online AP courses debut on edX website
- Colleges scrapping admission tests
Victor H. Lynn, the father of Durango resident Alan Lynn, died Tuesday, Oct. 14, 2014, in Tucson, Arizona. He was just shy of his 89th birthday.
Mr. Lynn was born to...
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After that amusing pictorial review of...