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New EPA methane emissions rules celebrated by some, cause concern for others

The rules will limit leaks from over 20,000 oil and gas wells in the Four Corners

The Blotter, Dec. 4

Monday 11:32 a.m. A person who was allegedly trespassing at the Twin Buttes Speedway, 20453 U.S. Highway 160 west, was arrested on a warrant. 5:04 p.m. A man at the Durango Transit C...

2024 looking good for Colorado jobs, but interest rates will still be a sticking point, CU report says

Colorado will continue to add jobs next year, but not as many as this year, according to CU economists. The state’s employment is estimated to increase 2.2% in 2023, which equates to 64,500 ...

Colorado state worker pay has improved. Other jobs still pay more

State workers make 8% less than their peers in comparable jobs. And the state’s retirement benefits don’t make up for the pay gap like they used to

The Blotter, Dec. 2-3

Durango Police Department Sunday 1:28 p.m. A man who was allegedly drunk and trying to board a bus near Gate 1 at the Durango Transit Center, 250 W. Eighth St., was arrested for having a...

How are wildlife officials preparing Coloradans for wolf reintroduction? With a brochure

Colorado Parks and Wildlife says it will begin the process of bringing gray wolves from Oregon to Colorado on Friday. The brochure will include information on what to do if you encounter a wolf in the wild

Effort to ban mountain lion hunting in Colorado heats up

Hunting advocates ask the Colorado Supreme Court to reject a ballot initiative that would ban hunting mountain lions, bobcats and lynx

The Blotter, Nov. 30

Thursday 7:34 a.m. A man at Mountain Middle School, 108 West 31st St., was arrested for criminal trespassing. 6:35 p.m. A man at Walgreens, 28 Town Plaza, was arrested for shopliftin...

Tribal leaders and advocates call for more land protection

Speakers discussed the importance of preserving natural, cultural and spiritually significant land

Best Bets in and Around Durango

All community members are invited to Durango School District 9-R’s second annual Arts Market & Round Dance from noon to 9 p.m. Saturday at Durango High School’s Auxiliary Gym, 2390 Main Ave....

Kent Thiry’s proposal to overhaul Colorado’s election system has Democrats and Republicans skeptical

The opposition runs the gamut, from concerns about unfairness to people with disabilities to questions about how the change would benefit wealthy candidates

Colorado land trusts want increased support for easement tax credits to help “double down on conservation”

Keep It Colorado coalition hopes to conserve 3.3 million acres by 2033, but it needs lawmakers to renew and increase the state tax incentive program