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City of Durango works with 4CORE on Green Business Certification program

Measuring sustainability is tougher than one might think

Durango’s bump-out program extended for five years with fees and design standards

Businesses must pay $6.30 per square foot, or about $1,600 annually, to use public right of way

Former Durango restaurant owners plead guilty to cooking the books

Ken and Sue Fusco face prison time after pleading guilty to federal income tax evasion

Some Durango store owners fear Main Avenue redesign would limit access to shops

75 businesses sign letter to city objecting to new downtown vision

Southwest Colorado’s farmers adapt to rising prices

Inflation, war in Ukraine and the pandemic have led to increases in fertilizers, feed

Residential gas bills to jump 26% next month in Southwest Colorado

Volatility in energy markets created by pandemic and war in Ukraine are behind the rise

Durango Chamber of Commerce names Citizen of the Year

Karen Zink helped lead community vaccination clinics during pandemic

CJ’s Diner in Durango, a lightning rod during COVID-19 restrictions, is for sale

Jerry and Carrie Martinez to step away from restaurant after more than two decades

Not déjà vu: Residents want to purchase Triangle Trailer Park in Durango

An initial offer was rejected Tuesday, but community groups are working to vie for the property

Singletrack Café starts Beans for Benefit program

Proceeds from coffee sales will support Durango-area nonprofits

Offer for Westside Mobile Home Park rejected

Owner received a more favorable bid; residents rally to submit a second proposal

Judge dismisses lawsuit against San Juan Basin Public Health

CJ’s Diner challenged state and local health orders