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Wet storm will bring a mix of snow and rain this weekend

Second system expected to arrive late Monday, early Tuesday

Cycling through a bar, a Durango tradition

2019 Snowdown Follies keeps the comedy coming

Thirty-three years. Thirty-one years. Twenty-eight years. Some of the cast and crew of the annual Snowdown Follies have been volunteering in the show longer than some participants and audien...

Snowdown Thursday

The 41st annual Snowdown ramps up Thursday, Jan. 31, with competitions ranging from champagne pong to a Big Wheel derby, adult tricycle race, hot wing eating contest and so much more. Attendees have made some creative costumes around this year’s theme, Get Your ComicOn!

Snowdown Wednesday

The 41st annual Snowdown kicked off Wednesday, Jan. 30, in Durango, with Fashion Do’s and Don’ts, a costume contest, air guitar hero, Spellebration and so much more! This year's theme is Get Your ComicOn!

Send us your Snowdown photos

Share your best photos from Snowdown with The Durango Hearld. Click here to upload your best or funniest photos from this year's Snowdown "Get Your ComicOn!" View all read...

Snowdowns of years past

Snowdown 2019 is here! View photos from previous Snowdowns.

Snowdown Chili Cook-off insiders dish what goes on behind the scenes

Think your homemade chili is pretty hot stuff? Here’s your chance to find out. You, too, can join this year’s cast of Snowdown comics who probably can’t even agree on the spellin...

Culinary creations to celebrate comic-con Snowdown

Two recipes blend pop culture and cooking in your kitchen

Olympian Tracy Barnes brings bed racing back to Snowdown

24 teams, eight beds, one good time

City announces parking restrictions, street closures and shuttles for Friday’s Snowdown parade

Snowdown’s Get Your Comic On! Light Parade will begin with a single firework about 6 p.m. (or dusk) Friday on Main Avenue. Parking along the parade route and staging areas will be...

Snowdown Sneer busts on City Council, school board and El Niño

Annual satirical publication appears during week of winter celebration