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Seoul street food: A Cortez journalist provides the scoop

South Korean city is known for its rich, varied cuisine

Cortez library will host Navajo painter-illustrator

The Journal The Cortez Public Library will host Dine artist Benton Yazzie, a self-taught Navajo painter and illustrator, for a workshop from 2-4 p.m. Saturday on “Texture Painting...

Plants, home work can protect against fire

Editor’s note: This is the final of three columns about fire-wise homes.Wildfires are nature’s way of taking care of itself. It clears out old underbrush, dead trees, overly dry wood and...

Build three zones to guard your home against fire

Editor’s note: This is the second of three columns about fire-wise homes.During the fires of 2002, I spent a day in Durango, at the site of the Missionary Ridge Fire, and as emotionally ...

City must pay $700K for lawyer fees in Ten Commandments case

Town my use online fundraising

A place of eternal torment? Never

I recently had a conversation with a woman that broke my heart. Let’s call her Ann. Ann is intelligent, inquisitive, and has a syndrome that leaves it difficult to tell by her behavior what ...

State wineries, cannabis give Telluride event Colorado focus

Telluride wine fest returns with new, diverse events

Former Cortez priest, Rev. Larry Gallegos, dies at 78

Priest had served in Durango for nearly 30 years

Renew offers aid in domestic violence

Safehouse offers shelter for singles, families

Muralist to display works at Cultural Center

The Cortez Cultural Center will present Mariah Kaminsky’s work in the Gallery, from Oct. 6 to Nov. 2. Join us from 5 to 7 p.m. Oct. 18 at the Cultural Center for the opening rece...