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Colorado lawmakers seek suspension of Utah oil train project

Sen. Bennet and Rep. Neguse cite East Palestine derailment in calling for further review of Uinta Basin Railway Project

How to live next to radioactive waste

Aging activists have been fighting for the cleanup of the Cotter Uranium Mill Superfund site for decades

Exxon drops algae research, but Colorado labs press on in hunt for green fuel

Labs the petroleum giant funded still see potential in algae as a biofuel

Psychologists will be eligible to prescribe mental health medication

Polis signs House Bill 1071 despite objection from psychiatrists, who are medical doctors

Weekly planner for March 6-10

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: www.bayfieldgov.org or call 884-9544. ...

Colorado governor asks U.S. to change Mount Evans’ name to Mount Blue Sky

The request is second-to-last step in the renaming process

The Blotter

Durango Police Department Thursday 7:55 a.m. A two-car crash in the 1300 South Camino del Rio resulted in a citation being issued. 8:12 a.m. A two-car rear-end crash near the intersection o...

Colorado Parks and Wildlife begins clearing zebra mussels from reservoir

Aquatic biologists began spraying to kill the invasive species at Highline Lake State Park

The Blotter

Durango Police Department Wednesday 7:48 a.m. A car hit someone near the intersection of 25th Street and Main Avenue. 10:09 a.m. A car crash involving a transit bus occurred in the 9...

Colorado bill to add labor protections for public workers advances in the Legislature

Senate Bill 23-111 would give those in public sector the right to discuss workplace issues

The Blotter

Durango Police Department Tuesday 4:27 p.m. Two men were intoxicated in the west 100 block of Eighth Street and at least one was arrested. 8:38 p.m. A man and a woman in the 3000 blo...

Colorado lawmakers are targeting hospital facility fees

House Bill 1215 would ban hospitals from charging facility fees for most outpatient visits