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Slow down and smell the roses

The Durango Business Improvement District encourages you to slow down and smell the roses the next time you are downtown. There is a lot to see and do downtown, whether you are a local, jus...

Durango’s iconic Strater Hotel sold

New owner, a frequent visitor to Southwest Colorado, assumes operation on Saturday

Demolition of Mason Center set for Monday

Adjacent sidewalk and parking to close during demolition

Young Durango bookstore owner navigates pandemic

Evan Schertz was thrust into leadership role in early 20s

Durango hardware store still thriving at 100

Kroegers counts on customer service, changing with the times and hometown roots

Durango identifies three locations ripe for redevelopment

City places high emphasis on workforce housing

Durango spending rewards program off to booming start

More than 260 businesses could benefit

Historic Rochester Hotel in Durango sells for nearly $3 million

Co-owner Diane Wildfang says she’s headed to retirement

Bigger, better and safer: Bump-outs make return to Durango’s Main Avenue

Popularity of outdoor patios has people wondering if public spaces can be improved

Bond set at $20,000 for suspect in downtown Durango burglary spree

Arrest affidavit provides more details about damage to four businesses

Bump-outs return to Durango’s Main Avenue

First round of outdoor patios being installed this week

Durango man suspected of vandalism ‘rampage’

Four downtown businesses sustain extensive damage