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After Durangoan Florence Paillard had surgery on a herniated disk in her back last month, her doctor prescribed Tramadol, an opioid, without any... [Read More]
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A wooden tribute to the female bear cub rescued from the 416 Fire has moved into the Durango Welcome Center. [Read More]
Almost four years after making the decision to amputate her lower leg, Durangoan Bee Mathis is planning to climb one of the world's tallest active... [Read More]
Millions of pounds of produce are ripening in the fields this fall across Montezuma and La Plata counties, and The Good Food Collective wants to... [Read More]
A new veterans' center quietly opened last month in Bodo Industrial Park south of downtown Durango to provide emergency aid, free counseling and a... [Read More]
The developer of a proposed tiny home village across the street from Escalante Middle School expects to see strong demand from potential residents... [Read More]
Owners of Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad say they hope to begin running trips from its depot downtown Sept. 17 after weeks of offering... [Read More]
Crew members working on a film about author and counterculturist Hunter S. Thompson's run for Pitkin County sheriff are starting to arrive in... [Read More]
When mud flooded Dixie Sandoval's home in 2013, the damage was so extensive she thought she would have to find a new home. [Read More]
The city of Durango has no plans to provide overnight camping for homeless residents after Aug. 24, when a temporary camp near Greenmount Cemetery... [Read More]
A recently enacted state law could help ensure faster internet service reaches customers when companies apply for state grants to fund... [Read More]
Sonnin Dahl endured more than a year of pain before she had an ankle bone replaced at Mercy Regional Medical Center, one of a few... [Read More]
Returning more of the San Juan National Forest to a healthy and resilient state will require more proactive thinning and managed fires. [Read More]
Durango City Councilors expect to discuss homeless camping near Greenmount Cemetery on Tuesday, as residents of the site continue to protest the... [Read More]
Durango resident Loretta Meushaw was volunteering at her first Rainbow Family Gathering in 1998 when she was struck by the homeless teenagers who attended. [Read More]
Aerial infrared maps tell the striking story of how the intense flames of the 416 Fire consumed 7,180 acres in eight days. [Read More]
New state laws seek to prevent patients from developing an opioid addition, expand access to addiction treatment and direct lawmakers to continue... [Read More]
Hitting the 358 Fire northeast of Durango hard and fast with helicopters, planes and a Hotshot crew helped control and contain it. [Read More]
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Durango City Council unanimously approved an ordinance Tuesday that prohibits anyone from sitting or lying down on downtown sidewalks, curbs and... [Read More]
A bill that will provide schools with grant funding for suicide prevention programs was approved by the state Legislature on the last day of the... [Read More]
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