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Durango Police Department won’t fit at River City Hall

City considers swap of downtown fire station and 9-R administration building

Wave of storms heading toward Southwest Colorado

Low-pressure systems moving in from California and Oregon will bring more snow to region

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Former El Moro general manager enters Durango City Council race

David Woodruff says he’s ready to serve up a fresh perspective

Tribal leaders stress education, water issues in first-of-its-kind address to Colorado lawmakers

Chairmen of Southern Ute and Ute Mountain Ute tribes highlight need for consultation and cooperation

Barbara McLachlan outlines potential legislation in 2023

As a former teacher, the state representative has her eye set on changes to education

Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebrated with events at Fort Lewis College

Purgatory Resort expects busy weekend with fresh snow, holiday travelers

Proposed Animas Valley RV park clears first hurdle

Luxury ‘Village Camp’ must now continue through minor land-use permit process

Crime rate falls in December 2022 in Durango compared to previous years

Car theft remains a high priority as well as strategies to curb retail theft

Nationwide flight hold Wednesday morning delayed three departures from DRO

FAA’s computer system lets pilots know of safety issues on the ground

City of Durango makes $180,000 in grants available for event marketing

Funds can help pay for printed materials, advertising and social media campaigns

Low-income shoppers are ‘doubling up’ on fresh produce

A statewide program is making healthy foods accessible to SNAP recipients
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