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Watery OJ and dollar store bread: How some Coloradans survive inflation

Ahead of elections, inflation and the economy came out as clear concerns

Animas Surgical Hospital welcomes new foot and ankle specialist

Animas Surgical Hospital welcomes podiatric surgeon Riane Teagarden, DPM, to the Durango community. Teagarden practices at Southwest Foot and Ankle and will operate at Animas Surgical Hospit...

U.S. doles out relief dollars to build N.M. employment pipelines

State has highest unemployment rate in the nation

Housing prices rise again in La Plata County as inventory remains scarce

Second-quarter real estate data shows almost across-the-board increases in median prices

Rugged camper may help hone a new facet of Silverton’s high-elevation economy

Campfire conversation sparks Sasquatch Expedition Campers

Congress may continue to pay farmers to use less water as Colorado River pleas intensify

The bill is tied to an Upper Basin water plan in response to talk about significant Colorado River cuts.

Sorrow after Choco Taco is discontinued

A tech millionaire offered to buy it. A U.S. senator suggested that the government should force manufacturers to make it. But so far, Klondike isn’t budging from its plan to discontinue the...

R1 Colorado Realtors hires new agent

R1 Colorado Realtor recently hired a new agent, Kim Chism-Plotnik. Chism-Plotnik has experience in construction management and was regional manager of a recovery clinic. Through her experie...

Advantage Physical Therapy & Wellness welcomes new physical therapist

Advantage Physical Therapy & Wellness announced its newest physical therapist Preston Wolff. Wolff was born and raised in Washington, where he received his undergraduate degree from Whitwort...

Mountain to Desert Mortgage opens office in Durango

Mountain to Desert Mortgage has opened its first office in downtown Durango at 700 Main Ave. Longtime mortgage veteran Andy Roach is the broker/owner and his longtime associate Suzie Morse ...

Utah crude trains could roll through Colorado after Forest Service denies objections

New railroad would connect northeast Utah oil fields with the national rail network

Inflation hits Durango restaurants, leading to higher prices and fewer menu options

Crab and chicken wings skyrocket in price, while labor and gas prices also drive up costs
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