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Colorado could use $700 million of TABOR surplus on a new child tax credit

Starting Spring 2025, Colorado’s lower-income families could receive an average of $2,500 per year under a state-level child tax credit. The proposal, which is moving forward at the statehou...

Littleton school bus aide accused of beating nonverbal autistic boys during rides

A Littleton school bus assistant repeatedly abused at least two severely disabled boys during trips to and from a school for kids with autism and developmental disabilities, police said, and...

Oscar’s buys longtime Bayfield dining staple Brenda’s Old West Cafe

Brenda’s co-owners to retire; Durango restaurant to take over operations on May 1

Durango kennel-free cattery brings 12 cats displaced by Lahaina fire back to mainland

Cat Care Durango a sanctuary, shelter and rescue all rolled into one

The Blotter, April 5-8

Monday 12:43 a.m. A person at Greenmount Cemetery, 900 Cemetery Road, was arrested for trespassing. Sunday 1:57 a.m. A person near the intersection of East 15th Street and Main Avenu...

Cars vandalized at low-income housing complex

Suspect accused of smashing windshields and slashing tires on 20 vehicles

Telluride Brewing Co. moves production operations to Durango

Ska Brewing will produce roughly 7,000 barrels per year for the Western Slope brewery

Anthem letter sows confusion, stress among patients

April 1 letter informed some customers of May 1 split from CommonSpirit Health

Still looking for Easter eggs hidden in the Herald?

Dear Readers, If you are still looking for the 12 Easter eggs hidden the pages of the March 31 issue of The Durango Herald, all is about to be revealed. In the Easter Sunday edition, we...

Colorado could become a national model for housing transgender women in prison

Colorado will pioneer a new approach to housing transgender women in prison that experts say could become a model for other states. The move is part of a legal settlement in a case brought b...

New state office would be barrier-breaking hub for Coloradans with disabilities

Rep. David Ortiz, the first Colorado lawmaker to use a wheelchair, sees proposed Disability Opportunity Office as way to continue advocacy

Durango startup Farm to Summit lands 90-day deal with national grocery retailer

Owner says trial run could lead to more manufacturing jobs
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