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‘The most we’ve ever seen’: Election messaging drives complaints, ethical questions

Anonymous mailers, Democratic meddling, delayed reporting among issues cited in state and federal Republican primary contests

Primary turnout in La Plata County outpaces 2018

Races for Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District, statewide and national offices bring out voters

Colorado guilty plea a first for U.S. election task force

DENVER – A Nebraska man has pleaded guilty to making death threats against Colorado’s top elections official in a what officials say is the first such plea obtained by a federal task force d...

Arizona fires sweep land rich with ancient sites, artifacts

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. – As Jason Nez scans rugged mountains, high desert and cliffsides for signs of ancient tools and dwellings unique to the U.S. Southwest, he keeps in mind that they're part o...

Tribal leaders and feds reestablish Bears Ears Commission

SALT LAKE CITY – Federal officials and tribal nations have formally re-established a commission to oversee land management decisions at a national monument in Utah – among the first such joi...

‘Horrific’ high-speed crash kills two men in road rally west of Norwood

Driver and passenger were part of Crown Rally auto tour across West

SCAPE helps local entrepreneurs find investors

Organization has put $30 million behind Southwest Colorado companies during last nine years

The Blotter

Durango Police Department Monday 3:11 a.m. A man and a woman were fighting in the 1200 block of Escalante Drive. Sunday 9:33 a.m. Someone was reportedly making threats to Gospel Chu...

‘It’s our new cash crop’: A land rush for renewable energy is transforming the Eastern Plains

A race to meet Colorado climate goals has led to a flurry of wind and solar activity

Rain can’t dampen Juneteenth celebrations in Durango

Community members gather at 11th Street Station to celebrate Black culture

Clela Rorex, who issued 1st same-sex marriage licenses, dies in Boulder

BOULDER – Clela Rorex, a former Colorado county clerk considered a pioneer in the gay rights movement for being the first public official to issue a same-sex marriage license in 1975, has di...

The Bridge shelter in Cortez cuts hours as costs rise

Shelter houses up to 41 residents; demand spikes as housing costs rise
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