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Indigenous professionals share advice on achieving success, navigating failures

Panelists offer hopeful message at Success for Native America discussion

Durango Education Foundation hands over $250,000 donation to 9-R school district

Money will go toward programs that expand learning beyond the classroom

Durango High School Choir sings at Carnegie Hall

Students go to New York two years after COVID-19 canceled the original trip

Durango School District 9-R holds first regular in-person board meeting since September

Students from Animas Valley Elementary and Miller Middle School perform for Youth Art Month

What should it mean to be a graduate of Durango School District 9-R?

Community members can weigh in on what traits students should possess when entering the workplace

Durango School District 9-R gives status update on number of projects

About 16% of money collected through bond has already been committed

New Mexico approves free college tuition for all residents; Utes included

Bill includes eligibility for Ute Mountain Ute, Southern Ute and Navajo tribes; 29 colleges participate

La Plata, Montezuma counties receive over $11 million in federal earmarks

Funding will go toward housing, transportation, law enforcement and other projects

How the Cortez school board ousted its superintendent

Board president initially acted alone; ‘daisy chain’ communications were illegal, attorney says

Fed-up conservative moms are winning in Colorado, and they don’t plan to stop

After two years of pandemic frustrations, new conservative groups are sprouting across Colorado as women lead the GOP ballot

Durango School District 9-R hires new public information officer

Karla Sluis brings years of local communications experience to the position

Durango educators tell Denver to ‘end the BS’

About 100 teachers rally against Colorado’s Budget Stabilization Factor
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