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Durango railroad resumes service, clarifies fire precautions

After a three-day pause, rides started again Wednesday

Wildfire near Pagosa Springs slows, but red flag warning issued for Thursday

Plumtaw Fire grows slightly as crews battle the blaze into Wednesday

Colorado Department of Agriculture seizes over 100 animals from Montezuma County property

Civil complaint alleges neglect, mistreatment of livestock and companion animals; injunction issued against couple

City of Durango in quandary over expensive street construction bids

Asphalt and labor have driven up prices, forcing city to hit pause on some projects

Durango City Council to host public hearing on proposed ordinance concerning fire district

Councilors seek more feedback before choosing to adopt petitioned measure or to send it to voters

Colorado Board of Education directs Durango School District 9-R to review charter application

Executive meeting being scheduled for later this week

Durango railroad pauses operations amid fire danger

Last weekend marked the first time this year trains have stopped running because of wildfire risk

Firefighters battle 600-acre wildfire north of Pagosa Springs

Small subdivision evacuated as Plumtaw Fire rips through Forest Service lands

Photo: Rafting season officially launches

Photo: Keeping cool

DFPD says Ute Pass Fire northeast of Durango was accidental, human-caused

A heavy-duty brush mower started the roughly 30-acre blaze

Environmental groups partner to highlight pollinators’ crucial role

Workshop will teach property owners how create habitat for bees, butterflies and other insects
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