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Our View: The Denver Post right to close comments after trust broken

Section wasn’t productive space for engagement

Our View: ICWA ruling based on sovereignty – not race – a win

On June 15, we exhaled relief when the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of the Indian Child Welfare Act by a 7-2 vote in a case addressing sovereignty in Native children adopt...

Our View: Trust lost in former plan to close birthing center

Families or women who have dealt with emergency situations while pregnant understand on a visceral level the fear that came with Southwest Health System’s recent announcement to close – howe...

Our View: Towers of classified documents just might crash onto Trump

Even when we close our eyes, we see those images of boxes with highly sensitive documents – many critical to national security – stacked high in Donald Trump’s bathroom. The story of how the...

Our View: Stolen election backers take show on the road

In Buena Vista in central Colorado, colorful flyers with artful graphic design hang in shop windows, advertising summer festivals. Alongside, a smaller one promoted an event on Friday to “el...

Our View: Durango composting success depends on economy of scale

Buy-in from most residents would be needed

Our View: Debt debacle came too close to losing too much

Thank goodness, the debt ceiling debacle is over with the passing of the Fiscal Responsibility Act of 2023. We appreciate the delegates who worked toward compromise to avert this crisis. A s...

Our View: Proposed civic center would be labor of love

It’s easier to lose history rather than hold onto it. So we’re especially pleased that the city of Durango is willing to realize its vision of a Civic Center Complex for the Durango School D...

Our View: Need the best minds on ‘malfunction junction’

Conflict point in the world of transportation is defined as one where “intersecting traffic merges, diverges or crosses.” We’ll venture to guess the Durango intersection of 14th Street, Main...

Our View: Thank you, doctors, who spoke about tubal surgery

There’s risk in speaking out. We journalists knew this when we signed up for this profession. We also have the First Amendment as backup to protect our free speech. But obstetricians, gyneco...

Our View: Lower basin states’ water reduction agreement a substantial start

Critics quickly dismissed the Colorado River’s lower basin states of California, Arizona and Nevada’s agreement to reduce water consumption by 3 million acre-feet – enough to supply about 6 ...

Our View: Proposed BLM rule conservation timestamp in history

Expect better outcomes with balanced decision-making
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