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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

Wells Group housing forecast suggests another tough year for prospective homebuyers

Projects are in the pipeline to increase stock, but many are a year away from construction

Williams Funeral Home offers services to cope with a loved one’s death

Business hopes to provide counseling services for those who are grieving

New carwash coming to Durango

Cascade Xpress CarWash, an automated tunnel conveyor carwash, plans to open July 3. The carwash will be located south of Home Depot on Farmington Hill at 1455 South Camino del Rio. Durangoan...

Durango Creative District seeking executive director

Durango Creative District is seeking an executive director to start May 15. Applicants can submit a cover letter, resume and three references to director@durangocreativedistrict.org by Marc...

Need a drill, saw or sewing machine? Check out the Durango Tool Library

For a monthly membership fee, artisans can rent equipment to help with projects

Vail Resorts promises $175 million more for employees, bumps starting pay to $20 an hour

North America’s largest resort operator was vilified this past season as it struggled to open chairs and handle crowds

Durango Hot Springs draws record number of visitors in 2021

$10 million remodel paying off for new owners

Uber charging customers new fuel fee for rides, delivery

Citing record-high prices for gasoline, Uber is charging customers a new fuel fee to help offset costs for ride-hail and delivery drivers.

Southwest Midwives announces new team members

Southwest Midwives welcomed three new team members to the practice. Haley Yerxa completed her nurse-midwifery studies at Yale School of Nursing. Before moving to Durango, she practiced midwi...

‘Green’ building codes boost costs for Colorado fire victims

DENVER – Some homeowners recovering from Colorado’s most destructive wildfire in history, which decimated entire neighborhoods near Denver late last year, say they could end up paying tens o...
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