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The Durango premiere of Teton Gravity Research’s new mountain bike movie “Esperanto” is at 6 and 8:30 p.m. Friday at the Durango Arts Center. The film mixes the rock stars of mountain biking...

Conservation groups sue over coal mines in Colorado, Montana

DENVER – Conservation groups filed lawsuits against state environmental agencies in Colorado and Montana this week targeting coal mines in the two states. Two groups sued Montana’s Departmen...

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La Plata County Sheriff’s Office Wednesday 8:04 a.m. Someone stole tools from a work truck on La Plata Highway (Colorado Highway 140). 8:07 a.m. Someone reported an assault at the La...

Rising inflation is on a collision course with Colorado’s TABOR cap

A lag in economic indicators means fast-rising numbers aren’t reflected in calculations

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Durango Police Department Tuesday 10:23 a.m. Someone was sleeping in a portable toilet at the Durango High School tennis courts, 2390 Main Ave. 3:26 p.m. A man left on a bicycle wit...

Colorado Republican primary losers file last-minute recount requests

Tina Peters, Ron Hanks among candidates who ask for hand tally

Rep. Buck tries to prevent Colorado from expanding health care for undocumented immigrants

Boebert, Lamborn co-sponsor No Federal Tax Dollars for Illegal Aliens Health Insurance Act

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Durango Police Department Monday 5:54 p.m. Two women and a man were fighting in the 3200 block of East Third Avenue. 6:39 p.m. A 22-year-old man was assaulted in the 1200 block of Ca...

Rocky Mountain National Park is making a comeback after COVID, fire

Trailheads opening after the East Troublesome Fire, a popular campground gets a makeover, and new employee housing on the way

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Durango Police Department Sunday 12:20 a.m. Teens were fighting in the 2900 block of Mesa Avenue. 10:06 a.m. A woman was bitten by a rattlesnake in the 21800 block of U.S. Highway 1...

Steamboat is asking voters to tax Airbnbs to pay for affordable housing

Town wants to build 2,300 housing units over 20 years

Judge temporarily blocks Colorado town’s gun control rules

DENVER – A federal judge has temporarily blocked a Colorado town from enforcing parts of a new gun-control ordinance, including a ban on the sale and possession of assault weapons, after it ...