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Big Brothers Big Sisters of SW Colorado celebrates 40 years of helping local children

Executive director says the organization has evolved over time

Southern Ute Indian Tribe accuses Durango of illegal land grab in Senate committee hearing

City to host information session about La Posta Road project Monday

Durango school district administration to move into new location Monday

Previous address on East 12th Street is now closed for district use

How a Colorado farmer protected his business by turning to the beer industry

Preparing for water shortages has made his business hardier and better

Winter Park’s Indigenous roots are now on the mountain in signs and art installations

The history of Winter Park – Colorado’s longest continuously-operated ski area – is often told starting in the 1920s. That's when people are said to have “unofficially” started hitting the s...

Court sides with Forest Service in Purgatory Resort water rights dispute

Ski area sought access to federal land for water; federal agency denied authorization

DoubleTree bridge to undergo another bout of maintenance

Next week’s construction seeks to provide long-term solution for expansion joint

Photos: Showing love for mother earth

Durango Earth Day Parade was held on Saturday

Durangoans and visitors gather for downtown Earth Day celebration

More than 300 people convene at Buckley Park for zero waste festivities

Photos: Beautifying Durango

Artist Ben Rogers works on his mural on East Eighth Street

Durango moving ahead with plans to electrify city fleet

Transportation department plans to purchase first electrified trolley this year

Ballot proposal to protect furnaces and gas stoves in Colorado is dead – for now

Political group did not file petitions by April 18 deadline to put measure on ballot
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