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New LA flight debuts at Durango airport

Denver, Phoenix and Dallas are destinations with direct flights into the The first flight from LAX arrived about 2 p.m. to a water salute, courtesy of two engines from the airport’s Fire D...

Durango man to compete for $1 million, title of ‘American Ninja Warrior’

Durango resident Ryan Elliott will compete for $1 million at the “American Ninja Warrior” national finals to be held June 13-18 in Las Vegas. “American Ninja Warrior” is a sports ...

Atlantic publication touts Durango’s ‘instantly affordable’ housing

You can file this in the “if only if it were so category.” Durango’s housing policies received high praise in the national media last week. A piece by City Lab, a publication fro...

Owner of Ska Brewing featured in food documentary

When people first meet Dave Thibodeau, co-founder of “It’s just not my thing,” he said of hunting and fishing. “I have a hard time stepping on a bug. I’ll free any spider in my house befor...

Go Fund Me set up for girl killed in crash

A Go Fund Me account has been set up for Mia Martinez, the 8-year-old girl who died Monday in a head-on car crash in southwestern La Plata County. As of 11 a.m. Friday, the effort...

Park kindergartner wins statewide contest for public health artwork

Lead poisoning has been a hot topic in the news as the water situation unfolds in Flint, Michigan. But lead poisoning happens across the country, so the Colorado Department of Pub...

Huffpost: Snowdown a ‘Drunken Mid-winter Festival’

Durango’s 38th annual Snowdown got a considerable mention in the Huffington Post on Monday, with the New York City-based publication calling the event “A Drunken Mid-winter Festival.” ...

City Market in Durango sells $50,000 Powerball winner

No one in La Plata County became a multimillionaire in Wednesday’s record-breaking Powerball drawing, but someone who bought a ticket in Durango is $50,000 richer. The winner, who...

Durangoans’ visions for the world

Tiospaye, a local nonprofit, is challenging residents to think globally through a holiday vision tree at Natural Grocers. “By asking a powerful question like: ‘What is your vision...

Durangoan discusses Ayurvedic health, signs copies of his first book

After graduating from Durango High School and then Fort Lewis College, Noah Volz traveled the world, and now he owns an Ayurvedic clinic in California called Rhythm of Healing. He...

Scheduling a service for Christmas Eve?

Between Durango’s holiday visitors and residents who attend church for major holidays, many people may be looking for a place to worship that night. Following one of its own holid...

Fort Lewis College bids adieu to Columbus Day

Fort Lewis College has decided, after campaigning by students, to say goodbye to Columbus Day and hello to Indigenous Peoples’ Day. The designation was approved by the Associated ...