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‘No to regular hunting season’ for wolves

Within a year, wolves will be restored to their rightful place in Colorado ecosystems. Colorado Parks and Wildlife has long touted the importance of our wildlife heritage to residents and vi...

Physicians get behind Coram’s rural health strategy

Coram’s Rural Health Stabilization and Recovery Platform

Cryptocurrency’s inevitable devaluation

A recent crash raises questions about whether cryptocurrency is inflation-proof, as proponents claim. Some are still wondering, what exactly is cryptocurrency? To answer what cryptocurrency ...

‘Join us,’ says foundation, in giving it all away

I am proud to call Colorado home. Our headwaters spring from the peaks of the Rockies, ultimately feed the Colorado River and the Rio Grande. Our waters provide drinking water for more than ...

La Plata ‘exhausted options’ for managed camp, closing Purple Cliffs in 2022

La Plata County’s Board of County Commissioners, as well as the county staff, law enforcement and legal professionals, stand behind our ongoing efforts to find workable solutions to mitigate...

Identifying red flags prevents school violence

Recently, public discourse has begun to emphasize mental health challenges as the source of mass shootings. Prevention science specifies interventions, and identifying red flags and signific...

Make a difference in health care at ballot box

Since the 1980s, Americans have been told that inserting private health insurers as middlemen between patients and physicians will save money and improve care. After 40 years, that theory ha...

Police blotter highlights good old days in Durango

Will Rogers famously described Durango as “out of the way ... and glad of it.” (Look him up, young’uns). When I arrived in Durango in 1988, you could still pull a U-turn on Main Avenue and n...

Suicide, mutual cooperation and the future of humanity

I was 13 when Jim Hackett died by suicide. Jim and his wife worked for the Forest Service substation in Norwood, where I grew up. Like other parts of Southwest Colorado, my community was pla...

‘Nuisance’ yard a wild, interconnected ecosystem

I was hustling out of the house, ignoring my un-walked dog’s aggrieved expression, when I found the yellow slip tucked into our front door. A citation from the City of Durango informed us th...

Can we enter abortion, gun debates with compassion?

The debates about abortion and guns in the United States rage on. When does life begin? Religious traditions offer answers ranging from “life begins at conception” to “life begins with the f...

‘Ascent seems to be religious school cloaking true nature’

As reported by The Durango Herald, the Colorado Department of Education has directed the Durango School District 9-R board to review the charter application of Ascent Classical Academy withi...
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