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Little things poppin’: Longtime popcorn entrepreneur brings gourmet business to downtown Durango

Durango Gourmet Popcorn intends to enter Durango retail and wholesale market

Community Connections’ Festival of Trees brings holiday glow to Durango

Nonprofit celebrates 20 years serving five-county region

Farmington gun buyback planned before COVID

Police chief hopes it is well-received by community

City, fire district to tackle prescribed burns in parks and trails around Durango

Snowy conditions facilitate winter fire mitigation

Effort to ban mountain lion hunting in Colorado heats up

Hunting advocates ask the Colorado Supreme Court to reject a ballot initiative that would ban hunting mountain lions, bobcats and lynx

Durango School District 9-R sees spike in extracurricular activity participation

Durango High School has nearly 1,000 students involved with athletics

Durango nanny sentenced to jail for child abuse

A jury convicted Carmen Pastor of force-feeding 17-month-old boy

Video: Candlelight vigil held for fallen Cortez police Sgt. Michael Moran

Hundreds attend Candlelight vigil for Cortez police Sgt. Michael Moran

Appeals court rules favorably for Fort Lewis professor convicted of setting fire to City Market chip aisle

Bradley Clark has served about half his four-year prison sentence

The Blotter, Nov. 30

Thursday 7:34 a.m. A man at Mountain Middle School, 108 West 31st St., was arrested for criminal trespassing. 6:35 p.m. A man at Walgreens, 28 Town Plaza, was arrested for shopliftin...

Colorado Secretary of State discusses new laws protecting small businesses with Durango, county leaders

Jena Griswold goes over protections against scammers, deceptive solicitations

City of Durango to adopt ‘.gov’ website domain for enhanced security

Change won’t affect residents’ access to site or staff contacts
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