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Nicholas A. Johnson
Position: Herald Staff Writer

What are Durango businesses doing to win you over?

Downtown stores, business group list best reasons to shop local

Some public lands to close for winter to protect wildlife

Closures beginning Dec. 1 will help mule deer and elk through the colder months

Manna hands out hundreds of to-go meals on Thanksgiving

Soup kitchen stepped up after COVID-19 canceled Durango’s community feast

Law enforcement in Durango, La Plata County below recommended staffing levels

Police and Sheriff’s Office weigh in on recruitment issues

City of Durango releases video explaining 2022 budget

Residents can check on projects without having to read thousands of line items

Rent rising faster than wages puts strain on Durango housing market

Rental costs went up four times as much as income during nine-year period

Fort Lewis College partners with Nike to celebrate Native American Heritage Month

For fourth year, basketball programs host N7 Games to teach residents about Indigenous culture

Purgatory finds the right temps to fire up new snow guns

A good night of snowmaking allows resort to move opening day (again) to Saturday

Fort Lewis College professor found guilty of arson sentenced to prison

Judge: ‘I have concerns about him remaining in the community’

Warm, dry weather forces Purgatory to push back opening day

Above-average temperatures have made snowmaking difficult this fall

Durango extends due diligence period in effort to purchase hotel for affordable housing

Developer proposes 120 units at Best Western Inn and Suites

Healthy meals on the cheap: Carver’s chef visits food bank, turns squashes into soup

Brian McLachlan wants to show how food-insecure families can eat healthy on a budget