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100 bills debated at the Colorado Legislature this year that you should know about

Roughly 650 pieces of legislation were introduced this year at the Capitol

Wastewater testing shows COVID-19 on the rise in Durango

Concentrations of the virus have increased 279% in the last 16 days

San Juan Basin Public Health moves toward a breakup

La Plata, Archuleta counties don’t see eye-to-eye on delivery of services

Rates for measles, other vaccinations dip for kindergartners

A smaller portion of U.S. children got routine vaccinations required for kindergarten during the pandemic, government researchers said Thursday, raising concerns that measles and other preve...

‘Whooping cough’ more prevalent this year locally, across Colorado

Residents urged to get vaccinated to reduce risk of infection

Spring winds kick up dust, exacerbate allergies across Southwest Colorado

San Juan Basin Public Health reports hazardous air quality through Tuesday morning

BA.2 variant takes over. What’s known about it?

In the latest battle of the coronavirus mutants, an extra-contagious version of omicron has taken over the world. The coronavirus version known as BA.2 is now dominant in at least 68 countri...

Into the wild: Animals the latest frontier in COVID fight

GRAND PORTAGE, Minn. – To administer this COVID test, Todd Kautz had to lie on his belly in the snow and worm his upper body into the narrow den of a hibernating black bear. Training a light...

Pandemic took a toll on teen mental health, study says

NEW YORK – More than 4 in 10 U.S. high school students said they felt persistently sad or hopeless during the pandemic, according to government findings released Thursday. Several medical g...

Medical professionals from across La Plata County discuss physician burnout

Colorado Hospital Association uses case study to spark discussion

Two recognized as ‘extraordinary women’ by Durango Women’s Resource Center

Karen Zink and Mariel Balbuena stand out for contributions amid COVID-19 pandemic

Effort to loosen regulations on Colorado physician assistants fails

House Bill 1095 was aimed at helping increase access to health care for people who live in rural areas
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