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Columbine Landscapes names Jyn Repede crew leader

Columbine Landscapes recently welcomed Jyn Repede to its team as a crew leader. Raised in the Carolinas, Repede relocated to the Southwest in 2012. After obtaining a master’s in counseling ...

Comfort Keepers names caregiver of the month

Comfort Keepers of Durango named Lawanda Bedoni Caregiver of the Month for August. Bedoni loves to care for others and loves her job. Comfort Keepers honored her for always showing up to s...

Lawsuit could delay replacement for aging postal fleet

PORTLAND, Maine – Postal workers thrilled at the prospect of making deliveries in modern, comfortable and environmentally friendly vehicles are soldiering on in their aging, spartan trucks. ...

Without 'right to repair,' businesses lose time and money

As software and other technologies get infused in more and more products, manufacturers are increasingly making those products difficult to repair, potentially costing business owners time a...

Hospital physicians seek to unionize amid pandemic turmoil

SANTA FE – Physicians at Rehoboth McKinley Christian hospital in Gallup have taken the first major step toward unionizing to pursue collective bargaining on employment provisions, hospital s...

Las Cruces friends say new tequila honors Mexican culture

LAS CRUCES, N.M. (AP) — Don Carlos Padilla is an agave farmer in San Julian, in the Los Altos region of Jalisco, Mexico. He has been producing artisan tequila for a local market for more tha...

Durango 9-R votes to sell historic administration campus to fire district

School district finalizes sale of downtown parcel to Durango Fire

Drawn by outdoor rec, online firm opens first ‘outpost’ in Durango

Outdoorsy’s downtown shop seeks to increase brand awareness for its RV, camper, trailer rental website

Comfort Keepers congratulates employees on years of service

Comfort Keepers In Home Care would like to congratulate employees who have worked with the company for one year or longer to date. The past year and a half has been a challenging time for em...

What went wrong? Local propulsion engineer weighs in on ISS tumble

Agile Space Industries scientist says Russian module may have been trying to depart the International Space Station

Lawmakers: Labor shortage could wreak havoc on chile harvest

SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico prides itself on having the best chile in the world, but a shortage of farmhands could leave a big portion of this year’s bumper crop rotting on the vine. “W...

Store brings Yuletide cheer to downtown Durango 365 days a year

Ornaments can be personalized and some feature Colorado artists
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