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Green chile distributors to sell directly to public

Changes at stores pressure distributors

Second Avenue Consignments now open

Second Avenue Consignments is now open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday at 1163 East Second Avenue. The store accepts consignments of men’s, women’s and children’s ...

Tomsic Physical Therapy hires Blake Pech as marketing coordinator

Tomsic Physical Therapy welcomes Blake Pech as its new marketing coordinator. Originally from Denver, Pech came to Durango in 2015 to attend Fort Lewis College. He graduated in th...

Columbine Landscapes hires second landscape designer

Columbine Landscapes has added a second landscape designer to the team. Matt Carras is an Arizona native with a bachelor’s in graphic design and masters degree in landscape archit...

Cooperative Coffees awarded the Specialty Coffee Association’s Sustainability Award

Desert Sun Coffee Roasters, as a member/owner of Cooperative Coffees, was awarded the Specialty Coffee Association’s 2020 Sustainability Award in the Business Model category. The...

Durango Farmers Marekt celebrates resiliency for National Farmers Market Week

Durango Farmers Market joins markets across the country in celebrating National Farmers Market Week through Saturday. National Farmers Market Week is an annual celebration of farm...

Zuberfizz is abuzz with activity

Durango Soda Co. to bring its pops to truck stops and soda fountains far from home

Three easy ways to support local businesses

As we end the 20th week of our lives in a pandemic, the economic effects are starting to become clearer. Downtown and in the North Main District, we have seen a few business closu...

Nationwide coin shortage leaves Durango businesses pinching pennies

‘It’s been a tremendous hardship,’ laundromat owner says

Color inspires and excites Mancos painter

Work will be on display at Olio restaurant through September

Nationwide coin shortage leaves Durango businesses pinching pennies

‘It’s been a tremendous hardship,’ laundromat owner says

Busy summer is pulling Colorado’s resort communities out of coronavirus downturn

Resorts communities got creative this summer with open main streets and socially-distanced events