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Ann Butler
Position: Staff reporter
Phone Number: (970), 375-4584

Neighbors: Ernestine Brewer hits century mark

By Ann Butler Neighbors Columnist One of Durango’s grande dames became a centenarian Thursday. Ernestine Brewer hit her century mark surrounded by friends a...

Neighbors: Style ‘N’ Stone designers keep making the world better

By Ann Butler Neighbors Columnist The Style ‘N’ Stones benefit jewelry sale was held for the 12th year in September. Every year, each designer donates at least 30 perce...

Demon Cares Closet provides private help to needy teens

Families whose budgets barely cover housing and food often find school supplies and clothes are out of reach. Other students are homeless, couch surfing or living in cars. Enter t...

Friends say Franklin ‘Kwin’ Kuhlke ‘brought a light’

Autopsy inconclusive after 27-year-old’s death

Celebrating with family and friends

By Ann Butler Neighbors Columnist It’s getting brisk for the birthdays of Scott Holland, Trish Sohlé, Tom Murray, Mark Prouty, Marty Prouty, MJ Moseley, Kathy Myrick, J...

Neighbors: Unitarians celebrate full-time pastor

The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Durango marked a landmark occasion in late September, and it celebrated with a bang. The fellowship has had phenomenal growth in recent ye...

Former Fort Lewis College provost creates scholarship for future teachers

Stephen Roderick wants to help student-athletes

Trump tape affects local sexual assault survivors

Women seeking support to deal with revived trauma

Workshop explores reactive attachment disorder

Event honors young man who died near Grand Junction in May

27-year-old Durango actor dies of apparent overdose

Franklin Kuhlke was cast in ‘Rocky Horror Picture Show’

Neighbors: San Juan Symphony FUNraiser a success

What is better than a beautiful fall day, a lovely home with fabulous views, live music from talented musicians, great munchies and a libation or two? Not much I can think of, and I imagine ...

Ballot Issue 3B: Bayfield seeks tax hike to build schools

Request for $28.6 million would go for new elementary, other projects