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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

Now more than ever, look Local First when shopping

These are strange times. The COVID-19 weirding experience that we are all facing personally and professionally continues to hang over our homes and the economy. Reflecting on the ...

Region 9 receives approval for additional loan funds through the Community Development Block Grant

The Region 9 Economic Development District of SW Colorado has received $406,874 of additional loan funds through the Community Development Block Grant contract between the Colorado Office of...

Comfort Keepers announces new director of nursing Trina Crow

Trina Crow has joined Comfort Keepers as director of nursing, alternate administrator. She has more than 15 years experience as a registered nurse with expansive knowledge in nurs...

The Garden Project of Southwest Colorado moves office to Manna

The Garden Project of Southwest Colorado has moved their office to Manna, 1100 Avenida del Sol. Their AmeriCorps members are also working out of a shared space at Manna. ...

Bayfield hands out cleaners, PPE to local businesses

Hard-to-find supplies help small shops during reopening effort

D&SNG hopes to run at 50% capacity by end of month

Railroad officials say they’ve found a way to make limited bookings work

Architects earn design awards for N.M. port of entry

COLUMBUS, N.M. (AP) – The construction of a 30-foot border wall marches on in the southern New Mexico desert – a real and symbolic barrier to entry. But where the U.S.-Mexico border wall end...

COVID-19 hits Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory’s bottom line

Durango chocolatier reports more than 50% drop in profits for fiscal year 2020

Pandemic pushed hundreds of hospitality workers into unemployment

Restaurants, resorts look for a ‘recipe for success’

Former New Mexico air base becomes home for grounded planes

ROSWELL, N.M. – The downturn in the commercial air travel industry has turned into a boon for a former military base in New Mexico. The Roswell International Air Center has emerge...