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CORONAVIRUS CASES
Updated weekly at 4 p.m. Friday

In Colorado

  • 550,014 cases (up 4,245 from last week)
  • 30,862 hospitalized (up 342 from last week)
  • 3,111,445 people tested (up 27,267 from last week)
  • 6,844 deaths from COVID (up 74 from last week)
  • 5,464 Outbreaks at residential and non-hospital health care facilities (up 26 from last week)

In the region

  • La Plata County: 4,073 cases (up 27 from last week), 41 deaths among cases
  • La Plata County vaccinations: 29,818 (53% of population) full vaccinations; 32,317 (57.4% of population) at least one dose
  • Montezuma County: 1,984 cases (up 28 from last week), 14 deaths from COVID and 7 deaths with COVID
  • Archuleta County: 1,006 (up 15 from last week), 2 deaths among cases
  • Dolores County: 119 cases (up 7 from last week), 1 death
  • San Juan County (CO): 47 cases (up 0 from last week)
  • San Juan County (NM): 15,560 cases (up 61 from last week), 491 deaths
  • San Miguel County: 909 cases (up 9 from last week)

Videos & Photos

Durango High School athletes compete in the Ron Keller Invitational Track Meet at DHS.Emmy Hawk of Durango High School competes in the pole vault on Saturday during the Ron Keller Invitational Track Meet at DHS. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)9451300Abby Fehr wins the girls 1,600-meter run Saturday during the Ron Keller Invitational Track Meet at Durango High School. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)1485950Killian Gwinn of Durango High School competes in the triple jump Saturday during the Ron Keller Invitational Track Meet at DHS. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)1417950Keaton Roof of Durango High School competes in the girls 100-meter hurdles Saturday during the Ron Keller Invitational Track Meet at DHS. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)9171300Micah Zastrocky of Durango High School competes in the boys 100-meter hurdles Saturday during the Ron Keller Invitational Track Meet at DHS. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)8161300Micah Zastrocky of Durango High School competes in the boys 100-meter hurdles Saturday during the Ron Keller Invitational Track Meet at DHS. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)1018950Naomi Smith of Durango High School competes in the pole vault on Saturday during the Ron Keller Invitational Track Meet at DHS. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)1446950Evan Bastin of Durango High School competes in the boys 100-meter dash Saturday during the Ron Keller Invitational Track Meet at DHS. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)1317950Ethan Flores of Durango High School finishes up the boys 4x2 meter relay on Saturday during the Ron Keller Invitational Track Meet at DHS. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)902950This was about as close as anybody got to Paul Knight of Durango High School during the boys 1,600-meter run on Saturday during the Ron Keller Invitational Track Meet at DHS. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)1295950Paul Knight of Durango High School wins the boys 1,600-meter run Saturday during the Ron Keller Invitational Track Meet at DHS. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)9441300Sydney Flores of Durango High School competes in the discus throw on Saturday during the Ron Keller Invitational Track Meet at DHS. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)1414950Samantha Vasquez of Durango High School competes in the discus throw on Saturday during the Ron Keller Invitational Track Meet at DHS. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)1462950William Knight of Durango High School competes in the shot put on Saturday during the Ron Keller Invitational Track Meet at DHS. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)1253950Killian Gwinn of Durango High School competes in the triple jump on Saturday during the Ron Keller Invitational Track Meet at DHS. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)1500950Naomi Smith of Durango High School tries to stay out of the hot sun while competing in the high jump on Saturday during the Ron Keller Invitational Track Meet at DHS. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)1303950Landon Roberts, left, Emmet Thompson, center, and Jasper Zastrocky of Durango High School compete in the boys 100-meter dash on Saturday during the Ron Keller Invitational Track Meet at DHS. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)9501300Jed Hughes gets the baton from Julian Aramburo Rodriguez of Durango High School as they compete in the boys 4x2 meter relay on Saturday during the Ron Keller Invitational Track Meet at DHS. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)870950Abby Fehr, left, and Tea Forest of Durango High School compete in the girls 1,600-meter run Saturday during the Ron Keller Invitational Track Meet at DHS. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)9291300
Durango High School girls soccer takes on Fruita Monument High SchoolMason Rowland of Durango High School goes up for the ball while playing Fruita Monument High School on Friday at DHS. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald17522046Maddy McManus of Durango High School jumps up in the air as she celebrates her gaol with teammates while playing Fruita Monument High School on Friday at DHS. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1272950Riley Campbell of Durango High School goes after the ball while playing Fruita Monument High School on Friday at DHS. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1256950Emy Mattox of Durango High School headers the ball while playing Fruita Monument High School on Friday at DHS. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1373950Mason Rowland of Durango High School charges in after the ball while playing Fruita Monument High School on Friday at DHS. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald12501300Clara Krull of Durango High School brings the ball under control while playing Fruita Monument High School on Friday at DHS. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1290950Jocelyn Feir goalie for Durango High School makes a save against Fruita Monument High School on Friday at DHS. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald615950Clara Krull of Durango High School collides with a Fruita Monument High School player on Friday at DHS. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1318950Maddy McManus of Durango High School pushes the ball against Fruita Monument High School on Friday at DHS. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1290950The Durango High School sideline looks on while playing Fruita Monument High School on Friday at DHS. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald9011300Mason Rowland of Durango High School collides with a Fruita Monument High School player on Friday at DHS. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1162950
2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic pro mountain bike racesEvelyn Dong competes in the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic mountain bike women's pro race Sunday at Durango Mesa Park. Dong eventually won the race.9821300Erin Huck rides in the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic mountain bike women's pro race on Sunday at Durango Mesa Park.8771300Stephan Davoust won the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic mountain bike men's pro race on Sunday at Durango Mesa Park.866600Todd Wells competes in 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic mountain bike men's pro race on Sunday at Durango Mesa Park.8781300Riley Amos competes in 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic mountain bike men's pro race on Sunday at Durango Mesa Park.9121300Stephan Davoust gets a slap on the back as he wins the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic mountain bike men's pro race on Sunday at Durango Mesa Park.8901233Stephan Davoust wins the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic mountain bike men's pro race on Sunday at Durango Mesa Park.1050950Howard Grotts competes in 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic mountain bike men's pro race on Sunday at Durango Mesa Park. Grotts placed fourth in the race.9511300Erin Huck gets the chain on her bike fixed after it broke seconds after the start of 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic mountain bike women's pro race on Sunday at Durango Mesa Park.1071950Evelyn Dong quenches her thirst with a "Tropical Hazy" Ska Brewing beer after winning the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic mountain bike women's pro race on Sunday at Durango Mesa Park.1080950The women's pro group take off at the start of the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic Mountain Bike Race on Sunday at Durango Mesa Park.7491300Evelyn Dong is congratulated as she crosses the finish line after winning the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic mountain bike women's pro race on Sunday at Durango Mesa Park.11311300The women's pro riders take off at the start of the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic Mountain Bike Race on Sunday at Durango Mesa Park.6371300Clouds of dust fly after the start of the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic mountain bike men's pro race on Sunday at Durango Mesa Park.9131300Ruth Holcomb competes in the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic mountain bike women's pro race on Sunday at Durango Mesa Park. Holcomb dropped out after two laps with a flat tire.9961300Ruth Holcomb pours water on Riley Amos to cool him down after he placed second in 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic mountain bike men's pro race on Sunday at Durango Mesa Park.1140950Evelyn Dong crosses the finish line to win the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic mountain bike women's pro race on Sunday at Durango Mesa Park.8791300Riley Amos leads Stephan Davoust during the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic mountain bike men's pro race on Sunday at Durango Mesa Park. Davoust won the race with Amos placing second.9571300The men's pro group take off at the start of the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic Mountain Bike Race on Sunday at Durango Mesa Park.8841300The men's pro riders take off at the start of the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic Mountain Bike Race on Sunday at Durango Mesa Park.7471300The men's pro riders take off at the start of the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic Mountain Bike Race on Sunday morning at Durango Mesa Park.8331300Fans checked out the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic mountain bike races on Sunday at Durango Mesa Park.8951300Riders take off during the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic Mountain Bike Races on Sunday morning at Durango Mesa Park.9371600Evelyn Dong, left, who won the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic mountain bike women's pro race, talks with Erin Huck, right, who placed third, and Madigan Munro, center, who placed second on Sunday at Durango Mesa Park.31964920After competing earlier in the day in the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic mountain bike races at Durango Mesa Park, kids play around as they wait for the pro races tom start.8931300Evelyn Dong won the 2021 IHBC pro women’s mountain bike race.816600The 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic mountain bike races on Sunday at Durango Mesa Park.1116950
49th Iron Horse Bicycle Classic pro road racesRiders make their way to Silverton over two mountain passes43812670Jerry McBride/Durango Herald 05-29-21-Durango- The men's peloton in the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic road race on Saturday make their way up to Silverton.Evelyn Dong placed third in the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic pro women's road race in Silverton. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald9641300Sarah Sturm placed second in the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic pro women's road race in Silverton. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1424950The 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic men's pro road race on Saturday morning in Silverton. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1029950The 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic men's pro road race on Saturday morning in Silverton. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8871300The 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic men's pro road race on Saturday morning in Silverton. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8781300Riley Amos winner of the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic men's pro road race on Saturday morning in Silverton. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald994600The 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic men's pro road race on Saturday morning in Silverton. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8671300Ned Overend placed seventh in the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic men's pro road race on Saturday morning in Silverton. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald9021300Ron Wysocki gets ready to lead riders out of Durango on Saturday during the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic road race. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald9641300Riley Amos of Durango crosses the finish line on Saturday winning the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic pro mens race in Silverton. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald11241600Spectators watch the peloton pass by during the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic as they ride up to Silverton. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald7201300The women's peloton in the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic road race on Saturday make their way up to Silverton. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8461300The women's peloton in the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic road race on Saturday make their way up to Silverton. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald9321300The women's peloton in the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic road race on Saturday make their way up to Silverton. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8671300Scott Simmons rides in the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic pro mens race on Saturday. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald10821600The men's peloton in the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic road race on Saturday make their way up to Silverton. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald7561600The women's peloton in the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic road race on Saturday make their way up to Silverton. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald6471300The men's peloton in the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic road race on Saturday make their way up to Silverton. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald6411300Erin Huck crosses the finish line on Saturday winning the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic pro women's race in Silverton. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald11701600Erin Huck leads the peloton on Saturday through the valley during the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic pro women's race. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald9521600Three riders break away from the peloton during the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic in the Animas Valley on their way up to Silverton. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8271300The men's peloton in the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic road race on Saturday make their way up Molas Pass on their way to Silverton. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald6981300Riders in the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic pro men's race make their way up U.S. Highway 550 on Saturday on their way to Silverton. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald9591300The men's peloton in the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic road race on Saturday make their way up to Silverton. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald26704381 Riley Amos this years 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic pro mens race winner climbs Molas Pass on Saturday by himself. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1411600The women's peloton in the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic road race on Saturday make their way up to Silverton. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1318950The women's peloton in the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic road race on Saturday make their way up to Silverton. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8191300The men's peloton in the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic road race on Saturday make their way up to Silverton. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1484950Howard Grotts places second in the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic pro mens race on Saturday on their way to Silverton. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)9131300Joseph Bacala rides up Coal Bank Pass in the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic men's pro road race on Saturday morning in Silverton. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1450950 U.S. Highway 550 is closed for the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic road race on Saturday morning at Purgatory Resort. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald7981300Jeff Smith gets ready to ride in the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic road race on Saturday morning in Durango. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald7801300Erin Huck crossed the finish line Saturday to win the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic pro women's road race in Silverton. She finished five seconds in front of defending champ Sarah Sturm. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald911600Riley Amos, center, winner of the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic men's pro road race, talks with Fortunato Ferrara, who placed third on Saturday morning in Silverton. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8811300 Riders in the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic pro mens race gets ready for the start on Saturday morning in Durango. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald10671600Riley Amos this years 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic pro mens race winner flies down Coal Bank Pass on Saturday with fingers on on brake just in case he'd have to slow down. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald10481576Riders get ready on East Second Avenue near 32nd Street on Saturday for the start of the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic road race starting on Saturday. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8671300Riders get ready on East Second Avenue near 32nd Street on Saturday for the start of the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic road race starting on Saturday. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8331300Riders get ready on East Second Avenue near 32nd Street on Saturday for the start of the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic road race starting on Saturday. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1425950Riders get ready on East Second Avenue near 32nd Street on Saturday for the start of the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic road race starting on Saturday.Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8671300Riders in the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic pro men's race make their way up U.S. Highway 550 on Saturday on their way to Silverton. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald10631300Three riders break away from the peloton during the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic in the Animas Valley on their way up to Silverton. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald9701300Riders in the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic pro men's race make their way up U.S. Highway 550 on Saturday on their way to Silverton. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1147950 Riders in the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic pro men's race make their way up U.S. Highway 550 on Saturday on their way to Silverton. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8671300 Riders in the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic pro men's race make their way up U.S. Highway 550 on Saturday on their way to Silverton. Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8771300Riders in the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic pro mens race make their way up U.S. Highway 550 on Saturday on their way to Silverton. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)3741300Riders in the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic pro mens race make their way up U.S. Highway 550 on Saturday on their way to Silverton. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)7541300 Riders in the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic pro mens race make their way up U.S. Highway 550 on Saturday on their way to Silverton. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)73615656951300Cycling lovers watch as riders get ready on East Second Avenue near 32nd Street on Saturday for the start of the 2021 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic road race starting on Saturday.8671300
Riders make their way to Silverton over two mountain passes
Durango High School graduates celebrate end of their journeyAbout 300 students graduate Friday1300899Durango High School graduating seniors Sayer Frontella, left, and Haye Linney share a laugh on Friday at the beginning of their graduation ceremony at the school. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)Durango High School graduating seniors walk to the football field on Friday at the beginning of their graduation ceremony. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)10931600Durango High School seniors sit in the gym on Friday before they leave for the football stadium for their graduation ceremony. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)9361300Durango High School seniors sit in the gym on Friday before they leave for the football stadium for their graduation ceremony. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)822600Durango High School seniors sit in the gym on Friday before they leave for the football stadium for their graduation ceremony. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)9421300The Indian Creek Drum Group plays Friday before the start of the Durango High School graduation ceremony. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)11121587The Indian Creek Drum Group plays Friday before the start of the Durango High School graduation ceremony. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)8571300Dan Snowberger, left, outgoing superintendent of Durango School District 9-R, and Jon Hoerl, Durango High School principal, lead the graduating senior class to the field on Friday at the start of the graduation ceremony. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)10461600Durango High School graduating seniors take their seats on Friday as their graduation ceremony begins. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)9791300Durango High School graduating seniors take their seats on Friday as their graduation ceremony begins. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)8881300Durango High School graduating seniors take their seats on Friday as their graduation ceremony begins. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)8671300Durango High School graduating seniors take their seats on Friday as their graduation ceremony begins. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)1361950Durango High School graduating seniors take their seats on Friday as their graduation ceremony begins. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)8671300Durango High School graduating seniors take their seats on Friday as their graduation ceremony begins. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)812950Jacob Genualdi, class president at Durango High School, rings the school’s bell on Friday before the start of the graduation ceremony. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)9241300Family members wave and smile to the Durango High School seniors as the walk to the football field on Friday at the beginning of their graduation ceremony. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)8271300Durango High School graduating seniors take their seats on Friday as the graduation ceremony begins. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)9551300Family members wave and smile to the Durango High School graduating seniors as they walk to the football field on Friday at the beginning of their graduation ceremony. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)8671300Durango High School graduating seniors take their seats on Friday as their graduation ceremony begins. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)9551300
About 300 students graduate Friday
The Durango High School girls lacrosse team takes on Grand Junction High School on May 21 at DHS. The Tigers beat the Demons 12-11.Annabel Carithers of Durango High School moves the ball against Grand Junction High School on May 21 at DHS.9121300Sophia Kothe, left, and Jaden Rambo of Durango High School shuts down the center of the field while playing Grand Junction High School on May 21 at DHS.6571300Pearl Burbey of Durango High School fires off a shot at the Grand Junction High School goal on May 21 at DHS.8621300Emmylou Willis of Durango High School charges the Grand Junction High School goal on May 21 at DHS.1196950Goalie Madeline "Goose" Kothe of Durango High School blocks a Grand Junction High School shot on May 21 at DHS.1436950Goalie Madeline "Goose" Kothe of Durango High School blocks a Grand Junction High School shot on May 21 at DHS.1272950Victoria Barletta of Durango High School looks for a shot at the Grand Junction High School goal on May 21 at DHS.1188950Zoelle Frazer of Durango High School looks to pass the ball while playing Grand Junction High School on May 21 at DHS.1135950Alexia Wold of Durango High School fires off a shot at the Grand Junction High School goal on May 21 at DHS.988950Sophia Kothe of Durango High School plays defense against Grand Junction High School on May 21 at DHS.865950Emmylou Willis of Durango High School plays defense against Grand Junction High School on May 21 at DHS.1013950Durango High School plays Grand Junction High School on May 21 at DHS.8941300Pearl Burbey of Durango High School battles against Grand Junction High School on May 21 at DHS.1026950Durango High School girls lacrosse hosts Grand JunctionThe Tigers beat the Demons 12-11
The Tigers beat the Demons 12-11
Fort Lewis Lacrosse Fort Lewis College women's lacrosse take on CSU-Pueblo on Friday at FLC. 950 592 Autumn Rymerson with Fort Lewis College moves the ball against Colorado State University Pueblo on Friday at FLC. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald true 1300 1382 Abby Escandon with Fort Lewis College makes a driving shot for a goal on Friday while playing Colorado State University Pueblo at FLC. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald true 1300 825 Jojo Lutz with Fort Lewis College plays defense against Colorado State University Pueblo on Friday at FLC. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald true 1600 1061 Ellie Martinez with Fort Lewis College moves the ball up the field on Friday while playing Colorado State University Pueblo at FLC. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald true 950 973 Ann Nelson with Fort Lewis College moves passes the ball on Friday while playing Colorado State University Pueblo at FLC. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald true 1300 1228 Avery Joslin with Fort Lewis College moves the ball up the field while playing Colorado State University Pueblo on Friday at FLC. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald true 1300 859 Rebecca Kiyokawa with Fort Lewis College plays defense against Colorado State University Pueblo on Friday at FLC. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald true 950 1147 Halley Dostie, top, and Maren Clark with Fort Lewis College knock the ball loose from a Colorado State University Pueblo player on Friday at FLC. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald true 1300 928 Head coach Ashley Travis of Fort Lewis College women’s Lacrosse cheers her team on while playing Colorado State University Pueblo on Friday at FLC. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald true 1265 886 Fort Lewis College women’s Lacrosse celebrate a goal while playing Colorado State University Pueblo on Friday at FLC. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald true 950 1171 Averi Basso goalie for Fort Lewis College defends the goal on Friday while playing Colorado State University Pueblo at FLC. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald true
Fort Lewis College women's lacrosse take on CSU-Pueblo on Friday at FLC.
Strater Hotel sold The Strater Hotel, owned for decades by Rod Barker and his family, sold the hotel this week to Ross Garrett, who lives in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. 1600 1067 Rod Barker, owner of the Strater Hotel, talks about the history of the hotel. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald false 1600 1085 Rod Barker, owner of the Strater Hotel, talks about the history of the hotel. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald false 1225 656 Durango Herald file false 1542 1028 The Diamond Belle Saloon is often busy with patrons eating, drinking and listening to ragtime piano. Photo by The Durango Herald false 2274 1591 Durango Herald file false 1940 1487 The Colorado Mounted Rangers and others march past the Strater Hotel during the 21st annual Durango Cowboy Poetry Gathering parade on Oct. 3, 2009, in downtown Durango. Photo by The Durango Herald false 1542 1034 Durango Herald file false 1150 1648 A young Rod Barker, owner of the Strater Hotel, stands inside his historic business in this undated photograph. Durango Herald file false 1318 2322 Riders head south toward the Strater Hotel on Main Avenue during the USA Pro Cycling Challenge in August 2012 in Durango. Durango Herald file false 1600 1067 Rod Barker, owner of the Strater Hotel, stands in the Luis L’ Amour Room in 2011. Over the last half century, the Barker family has accumulated a huge collection of American Victorian furniture for the Strater Hotel. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald false 1600 1062 Cassi Romine with the Diamond Belle Saloon in the Strater Hotel, lets Tom and Karen Shupe with their daughter Shelby Shupe, all from Austin, know that the saloon is family friendly in 2018 during their stop in Durango. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald false 1600 1153 Rod Barker, owner of the Strater Hotel, talks about some of the history of the hotel during the Annual Strater Open House in April 2015 at the hotel. At right are Wayne and Gayle Bedor. Durango Herald file false 1600 963 A crowd gathers around as employees of the Strater Hotel enact a shootout in front of the hotel on Main Avenue in 2016. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald false 1930 1287 Rod Barker, owner of the Strater Hotel, talks with Penny Spittler, left, a.k.a. Sadie Six-Shooter, and Leslie Ashcraft, a.k.a. Fanny Anny, while the two were in town in 2014 for the 7th Annual Durango Heritage Celebration. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald false
The Strater Hotel, owned for decades by Rod Barker and his family, sold the hotel this week to Ross Garrett, who lives in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Rail car restoration The Galloping Goose Historical Society in Dolores works on restoring five rail cars that ran on area rialroad tracks. 1600 1088 Galloping Goose Historical Society members from left, Chris Pranskatis, Ben Deason, Joe Becker and Bill Wolf work on Friday taking a door off of a stock railcar that was built in 1903 to transport livestock. The historical society is in the process of stabilizing the car and four other types of of narrow-gauge railcars to put on display in Dolores. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald true 1577 1010 A railcar that the Galloping Goose Historical Society is fixing up in Dolores. The historical society is in the process of stabilizing five cars that ran on the local narrow-gauge. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald true 1274 943 Galloping Goose Historical Society member, Chris Pranskatis, works on taking off a door on Friday of a stock railcar in Dolores that was built in 1903 to transport livestock. The historical society is in the process of stabilizing the car and four other types of of narrow-gauge railcars to put on display in Dolores. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald true 1600 1069 A railcar that the Galloping Goose Historical Society is fixing up in Dolores. The historical society is in the process of stabilizing five cars that ran on the local narrow-gauge. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald true 600 725 A railcar that the Galloping Goose Historical Society is fixing up in Dolores. The historical society is in the process of stabilizing five cars that ran on the local narrow-gauge. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald true 1300 1486 A railcar that the Galloping Goose Historical Society is fixing up in Dolores. The historical society is in the process of stabilizing five cars that ran on the local narrow-gauge. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald true 1300 532 A railcar that the Galloping Goose Historical Society is fixing up in Dolores. The historical society is in the process of stabilizing five cars that ran on the local narrow-gauge. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald true 1600 1067 Galloping Goose Historical Society members from left, Ben Deason, Bill Wolf Chris Pranskatis and Joe Becker work on Friday taking a door off of a stock railcar that was built in 1903 to transport livestock. The historical society is in the process of stabilizing the car and four other types of of narrow-gauge railcars to put on display in Dolores. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald true 950 1406 A railcar that dumps its load from the bottom is a car that the Galloping Goose Historical Society is fixing up in Dolores. The historical society is in the process of stabilizing five cars that ran on the local narrow-gauge. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald true 1545 980 A railcar that dumps its load from the bottom is a car that the Galloping Goose Historical Society is fixing up in Dolores. The historical society is in the process of stabilizing five cars that ran on the local narrow-gauge. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald true 1300 1300 At some point someone carved the Tommy Boy Mine into a beam in a box car that the Galloping Goose Historical Society is fixing up in Dolores. The historical society is in the process of stabilizing five cars that ran on the local narrow-gauge. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald true 1600 1126 A railcar that the Galloping Goose Historical Society is fixing up in Dolores. The historical society is in the process of stabilizing five cars that ran on the local narrow-gauge. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald true 950 1278 At some point someone wrote their name in a box car that the Galloping Goose Historical Society is fixing up in Dolores. The historical society is in the process of stabilizing five cars that ran on the local narrow-gauge. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald true 1600 1067 A railcar that the Galloping Goose Historical Society is fixing up in Dolores. The historical society is in the process of stabilizing five cars that ran on the local narrow-gauge. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald true 1600 1064 Bill Wolf, with the Galloping Goose Historical Society, describes how wooden panels could slide down for air circulation on one of the box cars that the society is fixing up in Dolores. The historical society is in the process of stabilizing five cars that ran on local narrow-gauge tracks. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald true 1300 1283 One of two box cars that the Galloping Goose Historical Society is fixing up in Dolores. The historical society is in the process of stabilizing five cars that ran on local narrow-gauge tracks. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald true
The Galloping Goose Historical Society in Dolores works on restoring five rail cars that ran on area rialroad tracks.
Fort Lewis College women's soccer quarterfinal The Fort Lewis College women's soccer took on Westminster College in the RMAC quarterfinals on Tuesday at Dirks Field in Durango. 950 1194 Mckenna Ford of Fort Lewis College collides while going up for the ball during the RMAC quarter finals game against Westminster College on Tuesday at FLC. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald true 950 1380 Katie Smith of Fort Lewis College passes the ball during the RMAC quarter finals game against Westminster College on Tuesday at FLC. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald true 950 1294 Diana Sifuentes of Fort Lewis College collides midfield during the RMAC quarter finals game against Westminster College on Tuesday at FLC. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald true 950 1139 Ashley Strader of Fort Lewis College headers the ball during the RMAC quarter finals game against Westminster College on Tuesday at FLC. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald true 950 1435 Aubrey Swindle of Fort Lewis College passes the ball during the RMAC quarter finals game against Westminster College on Tuesday at FLC. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald true 950 1274 Aubrey Swindle of Fort Lewis College moves the ball during the RMAC quarter finals game against Westminster College on Tuesday at FLC. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald true 950 1237 Katie Smith of Fort Lewis College goes for the ball during the RMAC quarter finals game against Westminster College on Tuesday at FLC. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald true 950 1277 Fort Lewis College goalie Katherine Dunbabin grabs the ball during the RMAC quarter finals game against Westminster College on Tuesday at FLC. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald true 950 1320 Skylar Byrnes of Fort Lewis College goes low as she controls the ball during the RMAC quarter finals game against Westminster College on Tuesday at FLC. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald true 1300 966 An emotional loss for Fort Lewis College players at the end of the RMAC quarter finals game against Westminster College on Tuesday at FLC. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald true 950 1187 An emotional loss for Fort Lewis College goalie Katherine Dunbabin at the end of the RMAC quarter finals game against Westminster College on Tuesday at FLC. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald true
The Fort Lewis College women's soccer took on Westminster College in the RMAC quarterfinals on Tuesday at Dirks Field in Durango.