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CORONAVIRUS CASES
Updated three days a week at 4 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday

In Colorado

  • 1,285,987 cases
  • 58,468 hospitalized
  • 4,720,749 people tested
  • 11,985 deaths
  • 8,203 Outbreaks at residential and non-hospital health care facilities

In the region

  • La Plata County: 12,257 cases, 78 deaths among cases
  • La Plata County vaccinations: 37,352 (70% of eligible population) full vaccinations
  • Montezuma County: 5,816 cases, 24 deaths with COVID
  • Archuleta County: 2,811, 12 deaths among cases
  • Archuleta County vaccinations: 7,963 (62% of elegible population) full vaccinations
  • Dolores County: 343 cases
  • San Juan County (CO): 197 cases
  • San Juan County (NM): 39,061 cases, 707 deaths
  • San Miguel County: 2,155 cases

Videos & Photos

Animas High School students begin classes in new buildingAnimas High School began classes this month at its new building on the Fort Lewis College campus. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald14223000Kyle Edmondson teaches his math class on Thursday at the newly opened Animas High School at Fort Lewis College. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald19993000The commons area at the newly opened Animas High School at Fort Lewis College. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald20003000The music room at Animas High School on Thursday at the recently opened high school at Fort Lewis College. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald20003000The chemistry lab on Thursday at the newly opened Animas High School at Fort Lewis College. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald20003000Erin Skyls, school counselor office, on Thursday at the newly opened Animas High School at Fort Lewis College. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald21153000Kyle Edmondson teaches his math class on Thursday at the newly opened Animas High School at Fort Lewis College. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald20003000Jessica McCallum teachers her journalism class on Thursday at the newly opened Animas High School at Fort Lewis College. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald20233000Hallways, offices and classrooms all have great views of the surrounding area at the newly opened Animas High School at Fort Lewis College. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald17071500Students walk to their next class on Thursday at the newly opened Animas High School at Fort Lewis College. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald19333000David Farkas, dean of students and makerspace engineering teacher, holds a project that students made in the makerspace classroom at the newly opened Animas High School at Fort Lewis College. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald20523000Student art work hangs in the hallways of the newly opened Animas High School on Thursday at Fort Lewis College. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald20673000Students walk to their next class on Thursday at the newly opened Animas High School at Fort Lewis College. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald37385486Britt Blasdell, studio art teacher, hangs artwork from her students in the commons area on Thursday at the newly opened Animas High School at Fort Lewis College. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald20673000Animas High School students attend class on Thursday in their newly opened high school at Fort Lewis College. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald18492774The makerspace classroom on Thursday has a dust collection and fire suppression system at the newly opened Animas High School at Fort Lewis College. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald20003000Students work on their art in Britt Blasdells studio art class on Thursday at the newly opened Animas High School at Fort Lewis College. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald20003000Drew Semel, digital art teacher at Animas High School, prepares for class on Thursday at the recently opened high school at Fort Lewis College. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald19943000Erin Cummins-Roper, director of career and college counseling, works in her office on Thursday at the newly opened Animas High School at Fort Lewis College. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald20533000David Farkas, dean of students and makerspace engineering teacher, shows the newest types of 3D printers in the makerspace classroom at the newly opened Animas High School at Fort Lewis College. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald20003000
Photos: Snow storm causes disruptions in Durango, La Plata CountyTerry Vaughan shovels out his vehicle on Tuesday as snow falls in Durango. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald19703000A car sits buried under snow on Tuesday in Durango. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald20433000Durango digs out on Tuesday as heavy snow falls. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald18943000Numerous tree branches snapped around Durango on Tuesday as a result of the heavy snow. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald20003000A Colorado Department of Transportation snowplow on Tuesday plows U.S. Highway 160 in west Durango. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald20903000Drivers on U.S. Highway 160 west of Durango are warned on Tuesday of winter weather road conditions. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald19703000Even with the heavy snow falling on Tuesday dogs still have to have their walks. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald19553000Lots of shovels came out on Tuesday as snow continues to fall in Durango. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald20153000Fort Lewis College clears a tree branch on Tuesday that fell onto the road. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald18473000Bob Lyle walks under branches weighted with snow with his dog Kiana on Tuesday as snow falls in Durango. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald19453000People shovel off the roof of a mobile home on Tuesday in Westside Mobile Home Park. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald18063000City of Durango snowplows have moved snow to the middle of Main Avenue in downtown Durango. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald19333000A Colorado Department of Transportation snow thrower clears piled up snow from the side of U.S. Highway 160 in west Durango. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald18223000A steady line of traffic makes its way up U.S. Highway 550 to Purgatory Resort on Tuesday to ski the fresh snow. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald15203000Monte Roder keeps up with the heavy snow falling on Tuesday at his home in the Durango West II subdivision.19893000Snow piles up on a fence in Durango on Tuesday. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald19033000jm@durangoherald.comMike King shovels some of the 24 inches of snow that has fallen in Durango over the past few days. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald19582966Snow falls on Monday evening on the Animas River north of Durango. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald19193000The city of Durango had all of its snowplows and heavy machinery out on Tuesday to clear some of the 24 inches of snow that has fallen in Durango over the last three days. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald20403000The city of Durango had all of its snowplows and heavy machinery out on Tuesday to clear some of the 24 inches of snow that has fallen in Durango over the last three days. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald18703000Heavy snow in Durango on Tuesday made walking and driving difficult. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald19133000Snow piles up on a fence post on Tuesday. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1614150030001822A Colorado Department of Transportation snow thrower clears piled up snow from the side of U.S. Highway 160 in west Durango. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)
Wolf Creek Ski Area enjoys its independence from major corporationsWolf Creek Ski Area is busy Jan. 4 with skiers and snow boarders hitting the slopes after a fresh 16 inches of snow fell overnight. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald12672000Wolf Creek Ski Area is busy Jan. 4 with skiers and snow boarders hitting the slopes after a fresh 16 inches of snow fell overnight. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald12811967Wolf Creek Ski Area is busy Jan. 4 with skiers and snow boarders hitting the slopes after a fresh 16 inches of snow fell overnight. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8241250Wolf Creek Ski Area is busy Jan. 4 with skiers and snow boarders hitting the slopes after a fresh 16 inches of snow fell overnight. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald13862000Wolf Creek Ski Area is busy Jan. 4 with skiers and snow boarders hitting the slopes after a fresh 16 inches of snow fell overnight. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald12792000The view from Keith Pitcher’s, assistant lift supervisor at Wolf Creek Ski Area, office Jan. 4 where his grandfather Kingsbury Pitch Pitcher, used to oversee the ski area. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald11772000Wolf Creek Ski Area is busy Jan. 4 with skiers and snow boarders hitting the slopes after a fresh 16 inches of snow fell overnight. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald12051998Wolf Creek Ski Area is busy Jan. 4 with skiers and snow boarders hitting the slopes after a fresh 16 inches of snow fell overnight. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald12862000Wolf Creek Ski Area is busy Jan. 4 with skiers and snow boarders hitting the slopes after a fresh 16 inches of snow fell overnight. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald12802000Wolf Creek Ski Area is busy Jan. 4 with skiers and snow boarders hitting the slopes after a fresh 16 inches of snow fell overnight. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald12892000Wolf Creek Ski Area lodge is busy Jan. 4 with skiers and snow boarders hitting the slopes after a fresh 16 inches of snow fell overnight. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald13042000Wolf Creek Ski Area is busy Jan. 4 with skiers and snow boarders hitting the slopes after a fresh 16 inches of snow fell overnight. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald7202000Keith Pitcher, assistant lift supervisor at Wolf Creek Ski Area, gets ready for a day snowboarding Jan. 4 in his office where his grandfather Kingsbury Pitch Pitcher, used to oversee the ski area. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald13332000Keith Pitcher, assistant lift supervisor at Wolf Creek Ski Area, and his wife Breanna Pitcher get on Treasure Lift Jan. 4 with their dogs Glacier and Couloir before skiing down the slopes. Kieth is the son of Davy Pitcher, the CEO of Wolf Creek Ski Area, and is taking over more of the daily operations of the ski area. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald13962000Keith Pitcher, assistant lift supervisor at Wolf Creek Ski Area, and his wife Breanna Pitcher get on Treasure Lift Jan. 4 with their dogs Glacier and Couloir before skiing down the slopes. Kieth is the son of Davy Pitcher, the CEO of Wolf Creek Ski Area, and is taking over more of the daily operations of the ski area. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8461225Keith Pitcher and his wife Breanna Pitcher ski down the slopes of the area Jan. 4 with their dogs Glacier and Couloir. Kieth is the son of Davy Pitcher, the CEO of Wolf Creek Ski Area, and is taking over more of the daily operations of the ski area. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald13602000
Durango High School girls swimming hosts home meetCassidy Hill of Durango High School competes in the 100-yard butterfly race on Friday during a meet held in the Fort Lewis College swimming pool. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8151250Maren Clay of Durango High School competes in the 100-yard freestyle race on Friday during a meet held in the Fort Lewis College swimming pool. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8251250Durango High School competes in the 200-yard freestyle relay race on Friday during a meet held in the Fort Lewis College swimming pool. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8331250Durango High School competes in the 200-yard freestyle relay on Friday during a meet held in the Fort Lewis College swimming pool. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald7501250Joellianna Rhode of Durango High School competes in the 200-yard individual medley race on Friday during a meet held in the Fort Lewis College swimming pool. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald7451250Durango High School swimmers cheer on their teammates as they compete in the 200-yard freestyle race on Friday during a meet held in the Fort Lewis College swimming pool. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald9431250Elin Mischler Bjorklund of Durango High School competes in the 100-yard freestyle race on Friday during a meet held in the Fort Lewis College swimming pool. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8031250Chloe Cook of Durango High School competes in the 50-yard freestyle race on Friday during a meet held in the Fort Lewis College swimming pool. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald9331250Olivia Becher of Durango High School competes in the 500-yard freestyle race on Friday during a meet held in the Fort Lewis College swimming pool. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald7611250Joellianna Rhode of Durango High School competes in the 100-yard backstroke race on Friday during a meet held in the Fort Lewis College swimming pool. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8401250Durango High School swimmers cheer on their teammates as they compete in the 200-yard freestyle race on Friday during a meet held in the Fort Lewis College swimming pool. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald7631250Elin Mischler Bjorklund of Durango High School competes in the 100-yard breaststroke race on Friday during a meet held in the Fort Lewis College swimming pool. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8721250Chloe Cook of Durango High School competes in the 50-yard freestyle race on Friday during a meet held in the Fort Lewis College swimming pool. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald7451250Abby Bowman of Durango High School competes in the 200-yard freestyle race on Friday during a meet held in the Fort Lewis College swimming pool. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald19203016Olivia Becher of Durango High School competes in the 200-yard freestyle race on Friday during a meet held in the Fort Lewis College swimming pool. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald7991250Joellianna Rhode, left, and Maren Clay of Durango High School congratulate each other after competing in the 100-yard backstroke race on Friday during a meet held in the Fort Lewis College swimming pool. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8091250
Durango High School football takes on Lutheran High School in the Class 3A semifinalsJeric Baruch of Durango High makes a tackle while playing Lutheran High School in the semifinal round of the Class 3A playoffs at DHS on Saturday. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald9341250Tyler Harms of Durango High is under pressure as he passes the ball while playing Lutheran High School in the semifinal round of the Class 3A playoffs at DHS. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1024650Durango High School coaches gather while playing Lutheran High School on Saturday during the semifinal round of the Class 3A playoffs at DHS. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald887950Jackson Hubertus of Durango High blocks a Lutheran High School pass on Saturday during the semifinal round of the Class 3A playoffs at DHS. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1205650Jaylen Jeffries of Durango High School pressures Lutheran High School’s quarterback on Saturday during the semifinal round of the Class 3A playoffs at DHS. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1562950Durango High School tackles a Lutheran High School rusher on Saturday during the semifinal round of the Class 3A playoffs at DHS. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8421250Zach Haber of Durango High School runs the ball while playing Lutheran High School on Saturday during the semifinal round of the Class 3A playoffs at DHS. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1386950Tyler Harms of Durango High School passes the ball while playing Lutheran High School on Saturday during the semifinal round of the Class 3A playoffs at DHS. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1177950Jeric Baruch of Durango High School runs the ball while playing Lutheran High School on Saturday during the semifinal round of the Class 3A playoffs at DHS. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1311950Zach Haber of Durango High School is upended as he makes a touchdown catch while playing Lutheran High School on Saturday during the semifinal round of the Class 3A playoffs at DHS. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1332950Tyler Harms of Durango High School passes the ball while playing Lutheran High School on Saturday during the semifinal round of the Class 3A playoffs at DHS. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8291250Kaleb Roberts of Durango High School makes a catch while playing Lutheran High School on Saturday during the semifinal round of the Class 3A playoffs at DHS. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1421950Fans fill the stands for Durango High School’s semifinal game on Saturday against Lutheran High School at DHS. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8331250Tyler Harms of Durango High School passes the ball while playing Lutheran High School on Saturday during the semifinal round of the Class 3A playoffs at DHS. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1462950Brady Hansen of Durango High School goes for the ball while playing defense against Lutheran High School on Saturday during the semifinal round of the Class 3A playoffs at DHS. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1211950Durango High School head football coach Todd Casebier coaches against Lutheran High School on Saturday in the semifinal round of the Class 3A playoffs at DHS. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8421250Zach Haber of Durango High School goes up for the ball while playing Lutheran High School on Saturday during the semifinal round of the Class 3A playoffs at DHS. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1322950Miguel Garcia Rodriguez of Durango High School recovers an onside kick while playing Lutheran High School on Saturday during the semifinal round of the Class 3A playoffs at DHS. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald9941250A.J. Folk of Durango High School gets to the Lutheran High School quarterback on Saturday during the semifinal round of the Class 3A playoffs at DHS. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1435950Julian Rodriguez of Durango High School tackles a Lutheran High School ball runner on Saturday during the semifinal round of the Class 3A playoffs at DHS. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1109950Julian Rodriquez of Durango High School makes a tackle against Lutheran High School game on Saturday in the semifinal round of the Class 3A playoffs at DHS.Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1085950jm@durangoherald.comJaxen Fancher, right, and Zach Haber of Durango High School hug each other on Saturday after losing to Lutheran High School in the semifinal round of the Class 3A playoffs at DHS. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald15652000
Record number of runners take part in the Durango Turkey TrotRunners take off at the start of the Durango Turkey Trot on Thursday at Fort Lewis College. About 750 people participated in this year’s 5-mile race and the 1-mile fun run. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8981250Runners take off at the start of the Durango Turkey Trot on Thursday at Fort Lewis College. About 750 people participated in this year’s 5-mile race and the 1-mile fun run. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald12192000Runners take off at the start of the Durango Turkey Trot on Thursday at Fort Lewis College. About 750 people participated in this year’s 5-mile race and the 1-mile fun run. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8261250Runners take off at the start of the Durango Turkey Trot on Thursday at Fort Lewis College. About 750 people participated in this year’s 5-mile race and the 1-mile fun run. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald7251250Willow Lott of Durango wins the women’s Durango Turkey Trot 5-mile race on Thursday at Fort Lewis College. About 750 people participated in this year’s 5-mile race and the 1-mile fun run. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1228950Wayde Hall of Durango wins the Durango Turkey Trot 5-mile race on Thursday at Fort Lewis College. About 750 people participated in this year’s 5-mile race and the 1-mile fun run. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8761250Dylan Netter participates in the Durango Turkey Trot 5-mile race on Thursday at Fort Lewis College. About 750 people participated in this year’s 5-mile race and the 1-mile fun run. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1097950Runners participate in the Durango Turkey Trot 5-mile race on Thursday at Fort Lewis College. About 750 people participated in this year’s 5-mile race and the 1-mile fun run. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1050950Runners finish hard during the Durango Turkey Trot 5-mile race on Thursday at Fort Lewis College. About 750 people participated in this year’s 5-mile race and the 1-mile fun run. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald9391250Runners participate in the Durango Turkey Trot 5-mile race on Thursday at Fort Lewis College. About 750 people participated in this year’s 5-mile race and the 1-mile fun run. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1279950Sara Moe participates in the Durango Turkey Trot 5-mile race on Thursday at Fort Lewis College. About 750 people participated in this year’s 5-mile race and the 1-mile fun run. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1317950Regina Curry participates in the Durango Turkey Trot 5-mile race on Thursday at Fort Lewis College. About 750 people participated in this year’s 5-mile race and the 1-mile fun run. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1059950Runners participate in the Durango Turkey Trot 5-mile race on Thursday at Fort Lewis College. About 750 people participated in this year’s 5-mile race and the 1-mile fun run. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1444950Runners participate in the Durango Turkey Trot 5-mile race on Thursday at Fort Lewis College. About 750 people participated in this year’s 5-mile race and the 1-mile fun run. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald10751250Runners finish hard during the Durango Turkey Trot 5-mile race on Thursday at Fort Lewis College. About 750 people participated in this year’s 5-mile race and the 1-mile fun run. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald9441250Runners take off at the start of the Durango Turkey Trot on Thursday at Fort Lewis College. About 750 people participated in this year’s 5-mile race and the 1-mile fun run. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1172950Runners take off at the start of the Durango Turkey Trot on Thursday at Fort Lewis College. About 750 people participated in this year’s 5-mile race and the 1-mile fun run. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8331250Runners finish hard during the Durango Turkey Trot 5-mile race on Thursday at Fort Lewis College. About 750 people participated in this year’s 5-mile race and the 1-mile fun run. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald27012241Runners participate in the Durango Turkey Trot 5-mile race on Thursday at Fort Lewis College. About 750 people participated in this year’s 5-mile race and the 1-mile fun run. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald40005647Chris Thompson places second in the men’s Durango Turkey Trot 5-mile race on Thursday at Fort Lewis College. About 750 people participated in this years 5-mile race and the 1-mile fun run. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald987950Maggie Yount of Durango places second in the women’s Durango Turkey Trot 5-mile race on Thursday at Fort Lewis College. About 750 people participated in this year’s 5-mile race and the 1-mile fun run. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald1392950Runners near the finish at the Durango Turkey Trot 5-mile race on Thursday at Fort Lewis College. About 750 people participated in this year’s 5-mile race and the 1-mile fun run. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald873950Ricky King is congratulated as he finishes the Durango Turkey Trot 5-mile race on Thursday at Fort Lewis College. About 750 people participated in this year’s 5-mile race and the 1-mile fun run. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald773950
Fun times at the singlespeed cyclocross world championshipsCyclists compete in the singlespeed cyclocross world championships loser’s race on Saturday at Durango Mesa Park. (Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)9271250Cyclists compete in the singlespeed cyclocross world championships loser’s race on Saturday at Durango Mesa Park. (Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)10091250Riders compete on Saturday in the singlespeed cyclocross world championships last chance qualifier at Durango Mesa Park. (Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)7781250Riders compete on Saturday in the singlespeed cyclocross world championships last chance qualifier at Durango Mesa Park. (Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)8601250Riders compete on Saturday in the singlespeed cyclocross world championships last chance qualifier at Durango Mesa Park. (Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)998950Riders compete on Saturday in the singlespeed cyclocross world championships last chance qualifier at Durango Mesa Park. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)8291250A spectator enjoys a fun time at the singlespeed cyclocross world championships last chance qualifier on Saturday at Durango Mesa Park. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)1323950Riders compete on Saturday in the singlespeed cyclocross world championships last chance qualifier at Durango Mesa Park. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)8291250Riders compete on Saturday in the singlespeed cyclocross world championships last chance qualifier at Durango Mesa Park. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)7231250People have fun times at the singlespeed cyclocross world championships on Saturday at Durango Mesa Park. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)1181950People have fun times at the singlespeed cyclocross world championships on Saturday at Durango Mesa Park. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)903950People have fun times at the singlespeed cyclocross world championships on Saturday at Durango Mesa Park. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)9391250People have fun times at the singlespeed cyclocross world championships on Saturday at Durango Mesa Park. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)8331250Cyclists jump onto an air bag during the singlespeed cyclocross world championships loser’s race on Saturday at Durango Mesa Park. (Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)7511250Cyclists compete in the singlespeed cyclocross world championships loser’s race on Saturday at Durango Mesa Park. (Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)8281250Cyclists compete in the singlespeed cyclocross world championships loser’s race on Saturday at Durango Mesa Park. (Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)7791250People have fun times at the singlespeed cyclocross world championships on Saturday at Durango Mesa Park. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)9461250People have fun times at the singlespeed cyclocross world championships on Saturday at Durango Mesa Park. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)770950Rotem Ishay leads Blaine Felton during the last chance qualifier at the singlespeed cyclocross world championships on Saturday at Durango Mesa Park. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)7951250Zeb King finishes third in the last chance qualifier at the of the singlespeed cyclocross world championships on Saturday at Durango Mesa Park. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)1460950Kyle Rohling finishes in second during the last chance qualifier at the singlespeed cyclocross world championships on Saturday at Durango Mesa Park. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)1419950Sky Hatter finishes in the top tier of the last chance qualifier at the singlespeed cyclocross world championships on Saturday at Durango Mesa Park. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)1338950Christopher Drew finishes in the top spot of the last chance qualifier for the singlespeed cyclocross world championships on Saturday at Durango Mesa Park. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)1329950Cyclists compete in the singlespeed cyclocross world championships loser’s race on Saturday at Durango Mesa Park. (Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)9171250People have fun times at the singlespeed cyclocross world championships on Saturday at Durango Mesa Park. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)8331250Cyclists compete in the singlespeed cyclocross world championships loser’s race on Saturday at Durango Mesa Park. (Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)934950Cyclists compete in the singlespeed cyclocross world championships loser’s race on Saturday at Durango Mesa Park. (Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)9111250Cyclists compete in the singlespeed cyclocross world championships loser’s race on Saturday at Durango Mesa Park. (Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)8331250Cyclists compete in the singlespeed cyclocross world championships loser’s race on Saturday at Durango Mesa Park. (Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)8331250Cyclists compete in the singlespeed cyclocross world championships loser’s race on Saturday at Durango Mesa Park. (Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)8331250Cyclists compete in the singlespeed cyclocross world championships loser’s race on Saturday at Durango Mesa Park. (Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)8331250Cyclists compete in the singlespeed cyclocross world championships loser’s race on Saturday at Durango Mesa Park. (Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)8331250Cyclists compete in the singlespeed cyclocross world championships loser’s race on Saturday at Durango Mesa Park. (Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)12841250Cyclists compete in the singlespeed cyclocross world championships loser’s race on Saturday at Durango Mesa Park. (Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)8331250Cyclists compete in the singlespeed cyclocross world championships loser’s race on Saturday at Durango Mesa Park. (Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)8631250Cyclists compete in the singlespeed cyclocross world championships loser’s race on Saturday at Durango Mesa Park. (Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)8331250Cyclists compete in the singlespeed cyclocross world championships loser’s race on Saturday at Durango Mesa Park. (Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)8121250Cyclists compete in the singlespeed cyclocross world championships loser’s race on Saturday at Durango Mesa Park. (Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)8331250Cyclists compete in the singlespeed cyclocross world championships loser’s race on Saturday at Durango Mesa Park. (Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)9091250Cyclists compete in the singlespeed cyclocross world championships loser’s race on Saturday at Durango Mesa Park. (Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)8961250Cyclists compete in the singlespeed cyclocross world championships loser’s race on Saturday at Durango Mesa Park. (Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)1392950Cyclists compete in the singlespeed cyclocross world championships loser’s race on Saturday at Durango Mesa Park. (Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)9251250Kyle Rohling competes in the last chance qualifier at the singlespeed cyclocross world championships on Saturday at Durango Mesa Park. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)10181250jm@durangoherald.comPeople have some fun times at the singlespeed cyclocross world championships on Saturday at Durango Mesa Park. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)8331250jm@durangoherald.com
Photos: Durango Veterans Day ParadeDurango Veterans of Foreign Wars color guard leads the Veterans Day Parade on Friday in downtown Durango. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8331250People line up on Main Avenue to show their support for the veterans in the Veterans Day Parade on Friday in downtown Durango. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald9081250People line up on Main Avenue to show their support for the veterans in the Veterans Day Parade on Friday in downtown Durango. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8331250People line up on Main Avenue to show their support for the veterans in the Veterans Day Parade on Friday in downtown Durango. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald7511250People line up on Main Avenue to show their support for the veterans in the Veterans Day Parade on Friday in downtown Durango. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald4711250Participants in the Veterans Day Parade on Friday make their way up Main Avenue. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald7571250Participants in the Veterans Day Parade on Friday make their way up Main Avenue. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald6931250Participants in the Veterans Day Parade on Friday make their way up Main Avenue. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8331250Participants in the Veterans Day Parade on Friday make their way up Main Avenue. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8861250Participants in the Veterans Day Parade on Friday make their way up Main Avenue. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8331250Participants in the Veterans Day Parade on Friday make their way up Main Avenue. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald7711250Participants in the Veterans Day Parade on Friday make their way up Main Avenue. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8331250Participants in the Veterans Day Parade on Friday make their way up Main Avenue. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8331250Participants in the Veterans Day Parade on Friday make their way up Main Avenue. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8331250Participants in the Veterans Day Parade on Friday make their way up Main Avenue. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8491250Participants in the Veterans Day Parade on Friday make their way up Main Avenue. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8601250Durango Fire Protection District participated in the Veterans Day Parade on Friday in downtown Durango. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8071250Participants in the Veterans Day Parade on Friday make their way up Main Avenue. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8331250Participants in the Veterans Day Parade on Friday make their way up Main Avenue. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8331250The Al Kaly Shriners Tin Lizzies zip around Main Avenue during the Veterans Day Parade on Friday in downtown Durango. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8061250Participants in the Veterans Day Parade on Friday make their way up Main Avenue. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald7061250The La Plata County Sheriff’s Office participates in the Veterans Day Parade on Friday in downtown Durango. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald7871250The The Al Kaly Shriners Tin Lizzies zip around Main Avenue during the Veterans Day Parade on Friday in downtown Durango. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8061250Cub Scout Pack 502 walk in the Veterans Day Parade on Main Avenue on Friday in downtown Durango. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald7481250Durango Girl Scouts were popular in the Veterans Day Parade on Friday as they hand out candy. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8331250Knights of Columbus walk in the Veterans Day Parade on Main Avenue on Friday in downtown Durango. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald7691250Vets Against the Next War participate the Veterans Day Parade on Friday in downtown Durango. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald6461250Durango Girl Scouts were popular in the Veterans Day Parade on Friday as they hand out candy. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald7941250Durango Girl Scouts walk in the Veterans Day Parade on Friday in downtown Durango. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8331250Durango Fire Protection District participates in the Veterans Day Parade on Friday in downtown Durango. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8831250Blue Star Mothers of America Durango Chapter walk in the Veterans Day Parade on Friday in downtown Durango. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8331250The Durango High School Red Pride Marching Band play their way up Main Avenue during the Veterans Day Parade on Friday in downtown Durango. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8331250The Durango High School Red Pride Marching Band play their way up Main Avenue during the Veterans Day Parade on Friday in downtown Durango. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8331250A Durango Police Department cruiser leads the Durango Foreign Wars color guard at the start the Veterans Day Parade on Friday in downtown Durango. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald8331250Participants in the Veterans Day Parade on Friday make their way up Main Avenue. Photo by Jerry McBride/Durango Herald5451250
Photos: Trick-or-Treaters stop by The Durango HeraldPeople dressed in their Halloween costumes stop by the Durango Herald on Monday during the Main Avenue Trick-or-Treat. Photo by Megan Milstead/Ballantine Communications 1267950People dressed in their Halloween costumes stop by the Durango Herald on Monday during the Main Avenue Trick-or-Treat. Photo by Megan Milstead/Ballantine Communications1209950People dressed in their Halloween costumes stop by the Durango Herald on Monday during the Main Avenue Trick-or-Treat. Photo by Megan Milstead/Ballantine Communications1223950People dressed in their Halloween costumes stop by the Durango Herald on Monday during the Main Avenue Trick-or-Treat. Photo by Megan Milstead/Ballantine Communications 713950People dressed in their Halloween costumes stop by the Durango Herald on Monday during the Main Avenue Trick-or-Treat. Photo by Megan Milstead/Ballantine Communications 1267950People dressed in their Halloween costumes stop by the Durango Herald on Monday during the Main Avenue Trick-or-Treat. Photo by Megan Milstead/Ballantine Communications1267950People dressed in their Halloween costumes stop by the Durango Herald on Monday during the Main Avenue Trick-or-Treat. Photo by Megan Milstead/Ballantine Communications 1264950People dressed in their Halloween costumes stop by the Durango Herald on Monday during the Main Avenue Trick-or-Treat. Photo by Megan Milstead/Ballantine Communications 1267950People dressed in their Halloween costumes stop by the Durango Herald on Monday during the Main Avenue Trick-or-Treat. Photo by Megan Milstead/Ballantine Communications 1267950People dressed in their Halloween costumes stop by the Durango Herald on Monday during the Main Avenue Trick-or-Treat. Photo by Megan Milstead/Ballantine Communications 1267950People dressed in their Halloween costumes stop by the Durango Herald on Monday during the Main Avenue Trick-or-Treat. Photo by Megan Milstead/Ballantine Communications 1267950People dressed in their Halloween costumes stop by the Durango Herald on Monday during the Main Avenue Trick-or-Treat. Photo by Megan Milstead/Ballantine Communications 1267950People dressed in their Halloween costumes stop by the Durango Herald on Monday during the Main Avenue Trick-or-Treat. Photo by Megan Milstead/Ballantine Communications 1267950People dressed in their Halloween costumes stop by the Durango Herald on Monday during the Main Avenue Trick-or-Treat. Photo by Megan Milstead/Ballantine Communications 1267950People dressed in their Halloween costumes stop by the Durango Herald on Monday during the Main Avenue Trick-or-Treat. Photo by Megan Milstead/Ballantine Communications 1267950People dressed in their Halloween costumes stop by the Durango Herald on Monday during the Main Avenue Trick-or-Treat. Photo by Megan Milstead/Ballantine Communications 1267950People dressed in their Halloween costumes stop by the Durango Herald on Monday during the Main Avenue Trick-or-Treat. Photo by Megan Milstead/Ballantine Communications 1267950People dressed in their Halloween costumes stop by the Durango Herald on Monday during the Main Avenue Trick-or-Treat. Photo by Megan Milstead/Ballantine Communications 713950People dressed in their Halloween costumes stop by the Durango Herald on Monday during the Main Avenue Trick-or-Treat. Photo by Megan Milstead/Ballantine Communications 1267950People dressed in their Halloween costumes stop by the Durango Herald on Monday during the Main Avenue Trick-or-Treat. Photo by Megan Milstead/Ballantine Communications 1267950People dressed in their Halloween costumes stop by the Durango Herald on Monday during the Main Avenue Trick-or-Treat. Photo by Megan Milstead/Ballantine Communications1267950People dressed in their Halloween costumes stop by the Durango Herald on Monday during the Main Avenue Trick-or-Treat. Photo by Megan Milstead/Ballantine Communications 1267950People dressed in their Halloween costumes stop by the Durango Herald on Monday during the Main Avenue Trick-or-Treat. Photo by Megan Milstead/Ballantine Communications 1267950People dressed in their Halloween costumes stop by the Durango Herald on Monday during the Main Avenue Trick-or-Treat. Photo by Megan Milstead/Ballantine Communications 1267950People dressed in their Halloween costumes stop by the Durango Herald on Monday during the Main Avenue Trick-or-Treat. Photo by Megan Milstead/Ballantine Communications1267950People dressed in their Halloween costumes stop by the Durango Herald on Monday during the Main Avenue Trick-or-Treat. Photo by Megan Milstead/Ballantine Communications 1267950People dressed in their Halloween costumes stop by the Durango Herald on Monday during the Main Avenue Trick-or-Treat. Photo by Megan Milstead/Ballantine Communications 1267950People dressed in their Halloween costumes stop by the Durango Herald on Monday during the Main Avenue Trick-or-Treat. Photo by Megan Milstead/Ballantine Communications 1267950People dressed in their Halloween costumes stop by the Durango Herald on Monday during the Main Avenue Trick-or-Treat. Photo by Megan Milstead/Ballantine Communications 713950People dressed in their Halloween costumes stop by the Durango Herald on Monday during the Main Avenue Trick-or-Treat. Photo by Megan Milstead/Ballantine Communications 1267950People dressed in their Halloween costumes stop by the Durango Herald on Monday during the Main Avenue Trick-or-Treat. Photo by Megan Milstead/Ballantine Communications 1267950713950950713People dressed in their Halloween costumes stop by The Durango Herald office on Monday during the Main Avenue Trick-or-Treat. (Photo by Megan Milstead/Ballantine Communications)
Photos: Costumed creatures crave candy in downtown DurangoRight to left, Deb gives out candy to Ordell, Amber and Zoey during the Trick or Treat on Main Avenue event Monday in downtown Durango. (Renee Cornue Studio/Special to the Herald)40246048Scotlyn Bobbin, baby, is about to receive candy from Desiree Jacobs on Monday during the Trick or Treat on Main Avenue event in downtown Durango. (Renee Cornue Studio/Special to the Herald)39525940Scotlyn Bobbin, baby, is about to receive candy from Desiree Jacobs on Monday during the Trick or Treat on Main Avenue event in downtown Durango. (Renee Cornue Studio/Special to the Herald)40246048Hanna Wilson and Bowie the dog on Monday during the Trick or Treat on Main Avenue event in downtown Durango. (Renee Cornue Studio/Special to the Herald)38705816Cliff, Frontera Silver's Chayse Romero, and Finn the dog on Monday during the Trick or Treat on Main Avenue event in downtown Durango. (Renee Cornue Studio/Special to the Herald)40246048Cliff, Frontera Silver's Chayse Romero and Finn the dog on Monday during the Trick or Treat on Main Avenue event in downtown Durango. (Renee Cornue Studio/Special to the Herald)37555643Children receive candy on Monday during the Trick or Treat on Main Avenue event in downtown Durango. (Renee Cornue Studio/Special to the Herald)35725368Cliff, Frontera Silver's Chayse Romero and Finn the dog on Monday during the Trick or Treat on Main Avenue event in downtown Durango. (Renee Cornue Studio/Special to the Herald)40246048The Freitag family on Monday during the Trick or Treat on Main Avenue event in downtown Durango. (Renee Cornue Studio/Special to the Herald)37015563Children receive candy on Monday during the Trick or Treat on Main Avenue event in downtown Durango. (Renee Cornue Studio/Special to the Herald)40246048Twins Kate and Tess Clance on Monday during the Trick or Treat on Main Avenue event in downtown Durango. (Renee Cornue Studio/Special to the Herald)37915698Left to right, Ordell, Amber and Zoey on Monday during the Trick or Treat on Main Avenue event in downtown Durango. (Renee Cornue Studio/Special to the Herald)40246048Children receive candy on Monday during the Trick or Treat on Main Avenue event in downtown Durango. (Renee Cornue Studio/Special to the Herald)40246048Children receive candy on Monday during the Trick or Treat on Main Avenue event in downtown Durango. (Renee Cornue Studio/Special to the Herald)40246048Left to right, Sheridan, Tessa and Rex on Monday during the Trick or Treat on Main Avenue event in downtown Durango. (Renee Cornue Studio/Special to the Herald)34905246Scotlyn Bobbin receives candy from Desiree Jacobs on Monday during the Trick or Treat on Main Avenue event in downtown Durango. (Renee Cornue Studio/Special to the Herald)40246048Tim, Benji Rice, Ryan Brown, Jacob Greenberg and Luca Oury on Monday during the Trick or Treat on Main Avenue event in downtown Durango. (Renee Cornue Studio/Special to the Herald)33244996Scotlyn Bobbin, baby, receives candy from Desiree Jacobs on Monday during the Trick or Treat on Main Avenue event in downtown Durango. (Renee Cornue Studio/Special to the Herald)40246048Chayse Romero and Frontera Silver receive candy on Monday during the Trick or Treat on Main Avenue event in downtown Durango. (Renee Cornue Studio/Special to the Herald)39485934Benji Rice, Ryan Brown, Jacob Greenberg and Luca Oury on Monday during the Trick or Treat on Main Avenue event in downtown Durango. (Renee Cornue Studio/Special to the Herald)40246048Sam, Chloe, George and Jacob Nanasi on Monday during the Trick or Treat on Main Avenue event in downtown Durango. (Renee Cornue Studio/Special to the Herald)40246048Sharon Taylor, Leslie White and Felicity Deweese on Monday during the Trick or Treat on Main Avenue event in downtown Durango. (Renee Cornue Studio/Special to the Herald)40246048Left to right, Desiree Jacobs, Leah Bopp and Monica Broderick on Monday during the Trick or Treat on Main Avenue event in downtown Durango. (Renee Cornue Studio/Special to the Herald)38335761Kaija and Aislen Caraway receive candy from Desiree Jacobs on Monday during the Trick or Treat on Main Avenue event in downtown Durango. (Renee Cornue Studio/Special to the Herald)40246048Cliff on Monday during the Trick or Treat on Main Avenue event in downtown Durango. (Renee Cornue Studio/Special to the Herald)35805381Children receive candy on Monday during the Trick or Treat on Main Avenue event in downtown Durango. (Renee Cornue Studio/Special to the Herald)40246048Children receive candy on Monday during the Trick or Treat on Main Avenue event in downtown Durango. (Renee Cornue Studio/Special to the Herald)40246048Zaiden on Monday during the Trick or Treat on Main Avenue event in downtown Durango. (Renee Cornue Studio/Special to the Herald)40246048Allison and Emma on Monday during the Trick or Treat on Main Avenue event in downtown Durango. (Renee Cornue Studio/Special to the Herald)40246048Children trick-or-treating on Monday during the Trick or Treat on Main Avenue event in downtown Durango. (Renee Cornue Studio/Special to the Herald)39842651Children receive candy on Monday during the Trick or Treat on Main Avenue event in downtown Durango. (Renee Cornue Studio/Special to the Herald)40246048Children receive candy on Monday during the Trick or Treat on Main Avenue event in downtown Durango. (Renee Cornue Studio/Special to the Herald)40246048Children receive candy on Monday during the Trick or Treat on Main Avenue event in downtown Durango. (Renee Cornue Studio/Special to the Herald)40246048Children receive candy on Monday during the Trick or Treat on Main Avenue event in downtown Durango. (Renee Cornue Studio/Special to the Herald)40246048Zoey on Monday during the Trick or Treat on Main Avenue event in downtown Durango. (Renee Cornue Studio/Special to the Herald)40246048Maeve on Monday during the Trick or Treat on Main Avenue event in downtown Durango. (Renee Cornue Studio/Special to the Herald)40246048Noah on Monday during the Trick or Treat on Main Avenue event in downtown Durango. (Renee Cornue Studio/Special to the Herald)4024604860484024Right to left, Deb gives out candy to Ordell, Amber, Zoey on Monday during the Trick or Treat on Main Avenue event in downtown Durango. (Renee Cornue Studio/Special to the Herald)
Right to left, Deb gives out candy to Ordell, Amber, Zoey on Monday during the Trick or Treat on Main Avenue event in downtown Durango. (Renee Cornue Studio/Special to the Herald)