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Millennial Money: Set financial limits for holiday visits

For many, visiting family for the winter holidays is a matter of “how,” not “if.” But this year, rising costs could make travel less affordable, especially when paired with other life change...

U.S. judge lays out case for blocking merger of publishing giants merger

Random House merger would hurt competition, judge says

Litigation filed against shareholders of Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory

Company seeks reimbursement for alleged fraudulent behavior

Former Mercy family physician opens practice in Durango

Adam Owens, MD, formerly of Mercy Family Medicine and Centura Health, opened a new primary care practice on Oct. 3. Durango Primary Care is a direct primary care clinic for all ages located ...

Region 9 welcomes new board members

The Region 9 Economic Development District of Southwest Colorado has approved two new board members at its September board meeting. Jason Armstrong, community and economic development coor...

Tom’s deli sandwich shop opens Nov. 2

Tom’s Deli opened Wednesday, Nov. 2, at 1802 Main Ave. The shop was started by Thomas Gauthier, a 2019 graduate of Fort Lewis College. His head chef is Molly McPhersen, also a graduate of F...

Susan Urban announces her new office location

Susan Urban, CEO of ICAN and A Beautiful Mind, has a new office in Junction Creek Commons, 150 E. Ninth St. in Durango. Urban took a hiatus after the loss of her husband and extended illness...

Aztec hopes for a revival as long-awaited bypass awaits review

Project would reduce truck t

Durango-area real estate prices increase in third quarter

Lack of housing inventory proves problematic for homebuyers

Couples foster cannabis culture in Farmington and Aztec

Family-owned businesses hope to benefit community

Former Durango hotel owners open new car wash

Cascade Xpress brings tunnel express wash into the modern era

Voters across Colorado’s high country will weigh short-term rentals, affordable housing

As many as 14 Colorado municipalities and counties will ask voters next month to increase or repurpose taxes on short-term rental properties – offered on sites by Airbnb and Vrbo – to help fund affordable housing
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