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GOP candidates for CD-3 describe priorities if elected to U.S. House

Contenders weigh in on abortion, public lands and border security

Durango City Council favors extension of 2005 sales tax without increase for new city hall

High costs of living taking enough of a toll on residents without extra burden, officials say

Residents and visitors flock to Schneider Park for inaugural pickleball games

Six courts opened to the public Tuesday morning

La Plata County Board of Adjustment hearing gets testy

Durango Hot Springs appealed, and lost, a land-use decision

San Juan National Forest adds 30 acres, renames Falls Creek Conservation Area

Zink property acquisition has been discussed since 2017

Small fire at Miller Middle School causes up to $150,000 in damages

9-R officials unsure if destruction will impact construction timeline

Durango resident shocked to find viral photo of man he says is his father

‘It’s a picture of him doing what he did every day, and that was to be the best person he could,’ Bryan Welker says

Durango’s Juneteenth festival celebrates progress and struggles to overcome

Organizer hopes to connect people and ‘build a Black community’

Walk, bus, bike or anything but drive for Durango’s 13th Clean Commute Day

Event scheduled to raise awareness of alternative transportation options

Mercy Hospital had a retention problem: What changed?

Across the country, doctors left their jobs. Mercy has employed new tactics to get them back

It’s about people, outgoing Mercy CEO says

Brandon Mencini’s last day will be July 1

Olympics-themed Burro Fest draws a crowd to Mancos

More than 1,000 turn out for burros, arts, music and food
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