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U.S. job market’s modest improvement may be stalling

WASHINGTON – The number of laid-off workers seeking U.S. unemployment aid barely fell last week, and the reopening of small businesses has leveled off – evidence that the job market’s gains ...

Loan originator Cathy Mewmaw joins team at Arete Mortgage

Arete Mortgage has announced the addition of loan originator Cathy Mewmaw. Mewmaw comes to Arete with a passion for helping others. She has the patience, expertise and knowledge ...

Strater Hotel welcomes new food and beverage director

As the Strater Hotel reopens its restaurants and bars, the iconic hotel welcomes John Sheehan as new director of food and beverage. Accompanying the opening of table service is t...

San Juan Hand Therapy opens satellite office in Pagosa Springs

San Juan Hand Therapy, providing specialized upper extremity rehabilitation to the Durango area for over 24 years, announces the opening of a satellite clinic in Pagosa Springs. ...

A mentor becomes leader of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwest Colorado

Paul Plvan a hitchhiker, a goofball, a Fortune 500 businessman

Cowboys see ranching challenges in Zuni Mountains amid virus

MCGAFFEY, N.M. (AP) – Two cowboys rode their horses on a pasture below the McKenzie Ridge in the Zuni Mountains a recent afternoon checking out the cows. They rode gently to avoid...

Purgatory gears up for summer and COVID-19

Season will look a little different to protect against the bug

Here’s something ‘pawsitive’

Thankfully, your Durango Chamber office is slowly emerging from our “Covid Cocoons” and we are available by appointment. Yes, with social distancing, facial covers, etc. – but bei...

Even with ruling, workplace still unequal for LGBTQ workers

NEW YORK – Even with this week’s Supreme Court ruling, the workplace will be far from equal for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Americans. While the nation’s highest court ...

Community Compassion Outreach wraps up COVID homeless relocation program

Motel, nonprofit clarify positions on refusal of service

Ignacio Creative District kicks into gear after coronavirus delays

Town hopes to tap into $14 billion Colorado arts and culture economy

After 35 years, regional classified paper says goodbye

Robert Elmore and family saw potential to bring Four Corners together