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New Colorado law allows cyclists to skip stop signs when the coast is clear

Durango police chief cautions bicyclists to slow down and watch for traffic, but supports decision

Democratic incumbents outraise, outspend GOP opponents in Colorado for statewide offices

Griswold, Polis and Weiser lead competitors in fundraising

Man arrested after foot chase by sheriff deputy south of Cortez

Suspect was tased during pursuit; he faces various charges

Tortilleria La Flor owner hospitalized after getting hand caught in machine

Family is raising money after big investment into business

Bayfield FFA takes second in state competition

Club holding annual plant sale this Saturday and May 14

For cheap, healthful meals, try foraging

Spring is an ideal time to learn about nature’s bounty

What readers had to say this week about local stories, April 28-May 5

People weigh in on the managed camp, Roe v. Wade and the fire station

Have you been keeping up with local headlines? Test your knowledge in Quiz No. 165

About 110 people participated in last week’s quiz. Participants scored highest on a question about which closing restaurant’s space on north Main Avenue Homeslice is moving into, with 97.3% ...

Affordable housing group and residents purchase Triangle Trailer Park in Durango

After weeks of negotiations, the 12-unit property went under contract

Town of Bayfield, seniors spar over use of Pine River Senior Center

Residents say the facility has not been operated properly since opening in 2021

Meet Rachel Medina, Cortez’s new mayor

Colorado native has a degree in geology and enjoys volunteering and her job as GIS specialist

Federal government introduced invasive plants. Should it pay to remove them in Montezuma County?

Russian olives and salt cedars are gulping up water and impacting pasture
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