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Durango Police Department Monday 7:18 a.m. A car was reported stolen from the 1400 block of Animas View Drive. 8:20 a.m. A truck was stalled and blocking traffic in a Northbound tur...

USDA to use outdoors recreation to boost economy around national forests, grasslands

Outdoor recreation sector grew at three times the rate of the larger U.S. economy last year

Colorado clerks hope they’ve turned a corner on election disinformation

At their annual conference, election officials vow to win over doubters

Emails reveal tensions in Colorado River talks

In emails obtained by The Associated Press, one water manager said, ‘We're all headed to a very dark place.’

Budget writers fine Colorado Mesa University for exceeding tuition cap

Legislature told the state’s colleges and universities they couldn’t raise tuition for any in-state undergraduate students by more than 2%

Weekly planner for Jan. 30- Feb. 3

Information and agendas about local meetings: City of Durango: www.durangogov.org or call 375-5000. La Plata County: www.co.laplata.co.us or call 382-6210. Town of Bayfield...

Fee exceptions for journalists proposed for Colorado public records law

Cost for retrieval could exceed $38 an hour next year

What is meth contamination and how do you clean it?

Meth residue was detected in the Boulder Public Library and several other public spaces, prompting all of them to close for cleaning

Polis administration opposes new climate targets in Democratic-backed bill

Colorado Senate bill also includes permitting reforms, incentives for electric lawn equipment

Colorado lawmakers look to AI to detect wildfires earlier

Proposal would create a $2 million pilot program to station cameras on mountaintops in high-risk locations

Heat pumps are having a moment in Colorado, but do they really work in the bitter cold?

Developed in 1857, tech improvements are making heat pumps a viable element in the contemporary transition to cleaner, more energy efficient homes

‘Catastrophe’ would befall economy with national default, warn Colorado Democrats

Republicans faulted for politicizing a historically bipartisan process