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Durango moving ahead with plans to electrify city fleet

Transportation department plans to purchase first electrified trolley this year

Hit-and-run case involving Durango motorcyclist delayed another month

Brittany Dee appeared Friday in court with a new attorney

Boys & Girls Club youngsters plant trees with Durango Parks and Recreation

Arbor Day is about planting memories of the past while preparing for the future

Southwest Colorado Education Collaborative, Bayfield High to host ‘Hire Me Fair’

Seniors will have a chance to meet with ‘forward-thinking businesses’

Emergency workers simulate plane crash at Durango airport

About 70 volunteers dress in gory makeup: ‘Anything we can do to ... make it more realistic’

Photos: Tow company recovers truck that drove off U.S. Highway 550

Ignacio man sentenced to prison for murder of pregnant wife

Prosecutor says case was about domestic violence, not self-defense

Rupert’s restaurant in Durango closed because of sewer pipe damage

Eatery slated to reopen Friday, according to its Facebook page

Director of Bayfield music nonprofit tries to move past domestic violence conviction

Lech Usinowicz, founder of the Be FRANK Foundation, sentenced to probation in January

Durango School District contemplates $150M bond for new school, other upgrades

9-R looks to purchase more buildings instead of leasing property

Here’s what’s in store for Earth Day Durango 2024

Procession and family-friendly ‘zero waste’ party scheduled for Saturday at Buckley Park

Bayfield to host blood donation drive

Would-be donors can stop by Vitalant ‘bloodmobile’ in the 100 block of West Mill Street on April 29
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