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

Fort Lewis College scores on Fulbright Scholars

School ties with Naval Academy for the most this year

Manna shortens name, broadens mission in Durango

Nonprofit more than a soup kitchen, director says

Seasons Rotisserie & Grill ends 2016, starts 2017 with a bang

By Ann Butler Neighbors columnist To say Seasons Rotisserie and Grill is in the middle of a big three months is an understatement. In December, the downtown ...

Sweethearts of the Arts fetes three honorees

By Ann Butler Neighbors columnist The dulcet tones of “Let Me Call You Sweetheart” filled the Durango Arts Center on Feb. 9 to conclude the Sweetheart of the Arts prese...

Center of Southwest Studies receives $25,000 grant

With the help of a $25,000 grant, the Center of Southwest Studies will open its new permanent Treasures of the Southwest exhibit Wednesday. The grant was awarded by the Henry Luce...

Hannah Primack celebrates her 90th in style

Having missed a month of birthdays because I was on medical leave, we’ll start fresh with birthdays starting Feb. 1. Here’s hoping the January celebrants had great birthdays, and...

Deputy Jeremiah Lee honored by Colorado Cattlemen

By Ann Butler Neighbors Columnist I don’t know whether it’s because the La Plata-Archuleta Cattlemen’s Association writes great recommendations or if our local law enfo...

Fort Lewis College identifies dean finalists

Public can meet candidates at open forums

Trails 2000 event is one of the hottest tickets in town

By Ann Butler Neighbors columnist Thirty minutes. That’s how long it took to sell out Trails 2000’s 25th dinner and auction when ticket sales went live. I b...

Durango High School’s thespians own the stage in Denver

Class after class at Durango High School delights theater lovers with their skills and talent, and members of this year’s Thespian Troupe 1096 are no exception. Earlier this month...

Governor appoints trustees to Fort Lewis College board

Ernest House Jr. reappointed for second term

State education board looks toward test change

Wants to decrease testing time, speed up results