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Ted Holteen
Position: Staff reporter
Phone Number: (970), 375-4554

A friend in deed

Mancos artist donates sculpture to durango’s collection

Not afraid to choose sides

Pa. artist leans left in Art Library exhibit

Look both ways for 6-pack of artists

Studio &, Serving Life Chiropractic to hold their annual group show

Local new head of Rocky Mountain PBS

Durango resident Jim Foster was recently elected chairman of the board of Rocky Mountain PBS, becoming the first non-Denver chairman of the statewide public television network. “I...

Author writes of and through river’s obstacles

Tale of epic Grand Canyon run is bumpy – and so is sharing it

Black Belt Salsa class creates lethal dancers

Dance, like martial arts, is for many a lifelong journey. That’s the parallel professional dance instructor Edie Williams drew last year when she named her new dance instruction method Black...

Fire benefit show braves the flames

Durango singer Dave Mensch to host concert Saturday in South Fork

‘Dirty Deeds’ make for high drama

Summer season is underway at the Strater

Cortez man writes his second mystery book

Former lawyer takes readers to the courtroom

Young actors don’t miss a step

Merely Players quartet nails tricky Hitchcock farce ‘39 Steps’

Algonquin Books a small press with a big publishing imprint

If you’ve ever spent the time to write your own book, you likely found out quickly that the hardest work comes after the final chapter is written. Such is the often impenetrable world of the...

Film series ends with doc about gay bishop

Screening helps kick off Pride Festival