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Columbine Landscapes welcomes new project manager

Former Columbine Landscapes project lead, Kayla Kain has been promoted to be one of two project managers for the 2022 season. She will be onsite working closely with the staff designer and c...

Colorado mountain towns can now use tourism tax to deal with visitors, housing

Bill signed into law after passing Legislature with bipartisan support

Durango Picnic Co. will do the heavy lifting on outdoor dining experiences

Local treats and art workshops are focus of upcoming outdoor dining experiences

A changing mall culture in Durango?

Owner, tenants of Main Mall see potential for growth in downtown space

San Juan Regional Medical Center president leaves organization

San Juan Regional Medical Center’s president and CEO, Jeff Bourgeois, is leaving the organization effective March 31. Bourgeois served as president and CEO for five and a half years. Chief F...

Durango Friends of the Arts to award grants

Durango Friends of the Arts will award $38,000 in grants in 2022 to support the arts in Durango and La Plata County. These organizations will be awarded: Be FRANK Foundation; BFF; Durango Ar...

Durango Business Improvement District offers reward for shopping locally

The Durango Business Improvement District is reactivating its Spring Rewards Program, which incentivizes consumers to spend their money locally. Beginning April 1, purchases made at eligible...

Outdoor Retailer show moving to Utah despite boycott threats

DENVER – The Outdoor Retailer trade show will move the event back to Salt Lake City from Denver next year despite threats from an environmental group and big-name recreation companies to boy...

Tailwind Nutrition named as Colorado Manufacturing Award finalist

La Plata County-based nutrition mix seller Tailwind Nutrition has been named as a finalist in the Colorado Manufacturing Awards’ Consumer Brand of the Year category. Winners will be announce...

Big Brothers Big Sisters hires new executive director

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwest Colorado announces Jenn Bartlett as its new executive director. Bartlett most recently comes from Conservation Legacy as the director human resources an...

Bump-outs are back in Durango

What started as a means of keeping businesses open during the pandemic has become a seasonal trend

Durango railroad operator poised to operate Old Tucson site

Western-themed attraction has served as a film set
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