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Durango Transit increases ridership during Zero Fare August

During the month of August, Durango Transit participated in the statewide...

Airport work nears completion

A new carousel is being installed at the Durango-La Plata County Airport at...

Durango group strives to set example in reducing human-bear conflict

A bear is pictured outside a La Plata County home where electric fencing...

AUTUMN ARTS FESTIVAL

SEPTEMBER 17 – 18, 2022 10 AM – 5 PM LOCATION Durango Arts Center 802 E...

“Mercury Retro on the FULL MOON as we approach Fall Equinox!”

Fall is near!   Sun enters Libra Sept 22, 2022!                 ...

Fall Equinox Newsletter

Celebrate the Cycle of Life,   The Fall Equinox is the second of the...

GROOVY, RETRO 16 ROOM HOTEL FIRST TIME ON THE MARKET!!

  FULLY RENOVATED CLEAN, REFRESHING, GROOVY, RETRO, 1961 16 ROOM, 18...

Durango Colorado Real Estate

Durango Colorado Real Estate durangocoloradorealestate.com and the SW...

MOTEL SOCO and the POPULAR EL CAMINO LOUNGE AND MUSIC VENUE

FULLY RENOVATED CLEAN, REFRESHING, GROOVY, RETRO, 1961 16 ROOM, 18 BATH MOTEL KNOWN AS MOTEL SOCO and the POPULAR EL CAMINO LOUNGE AND MUSIC VENUE IS OFFERED FOR SALE FOR THE FIRST TIME.

Dial-A-Ride Expands Service, Fall Balloon Glows

Dial-A-Ride, a part of RoadRunner transit, has announced expanded service areas to better serve rural La Plata Residents. Table to Farm Compost is offering three months of free compost service in exchange for filling out a short survey, and LPEA is looking for area builders to partner with. Watch this story again and more at www.durangolocal.news/newsstories/dial-a-ride-expands-service-fall-balloon-glows. This story is sponsored by Tafoya & Barrett & Associates and the Man Cave Barber

Spoketober: Celebrate Durango’s Cycling Community in October

Get ready to celebrate all things bicycle with the inaugural Spoketober celebration, a month-long series of citizens tours, jump-jamming, and more that highlights Durango’s reputation as a top cycling destination in the nation. This story is sponsored by Ute Mountain Casino Hotel and the law firm of Downs, McDonough, Cowan and Foley

Reinventing Oneself

The Four Corners Professional Women’s Summit returns for its fourth year with a new theme: Reinventing Yourself. The Summit, a conference for and by women in the four corners region, is a unique opportunity for professional networking and relationship-building. The theme for this year is purposefully open – allowing every attendee to choose their own definition of what it means to reinvent themselves. This story is sponsored by Ace Hardware of Farmington and Boon’s Family Thai Barbecue

Chimney Rock Celebrates 10 Years as National Monument

Chimney Rock National Monument will celebrate its 10th anniversary with a day of educational events and tours. Purgatory Resort announces its 2022-23 season opening date. And get your work done at the La Plata County Clerk and Reporter’s Office before Fridays. This story is sponsored by Service Master Restore and TBK Bank

Rare Access to Unexcavated Ancient Pueblo Indian settlement

Fifteen lucky visitors recently toured what’s mostly unexcavated at Aztec Ruins National Monument. Aztec Ruins East normally is off limits because of its fragile archaeological resources. The great kiva is 16 feet high, and has nearly 300 rooms. By Donna K. Hewett. This story is sponsored by Service Master Restore and Three Rivers Brewing

Region 9 Applies for $87 Million Broadband Infrastructure Grant

The Region 9 Economic Development District of Southwest Colorado, along with municipal and county governments in the five-county area, hope to win an $87 million grant from the new federal Infrastructure and Jobs Act to build one of the largest regional fiber optics infrastructure projects in more than 20 years. This story is sponsored by TruWest Auto and the law firm of Downs McDonough Cowan and Foley

City to Pursue E-Bike Amendments for Horse Gulch

The City of Durango will pursue amendments to Horse Gulch open space easements to provide limited access to e-bikes, but the research required could take more than a year. In the meantime, lace up your hiking boots for guided tours to rarely visited sites in Canyons of the Ancients this fall. This story is sponsored by Tafoya Barrett & Associates and the Man Cave Barber

Navajo Nation Sells Produce to Whole Foods

Organic melons and green chili are just some of the many fresh products grown and sold by Navajo Agricultural Products Industry, better known as NAPI, located six miles south of Farmington on 100,000 irrigated acres. By Donna K. Hewett. This story is sponsored by SunRay Park & Casino and the Big Idea Makerspace

Art Room a Delightful Surprise in Smiley Building

Walk into the main entrance at the old Smiley Middle School, and an auditorium that once hosted student performances and plays, now hosts a different kind of performance. Stop by and see the ArtRoom Collective. This story is sponsored by Ute Mountain Casino and Pop’s Truck and RV Center

Kiwanis Club Celebrates 75th Anniversary at Pancake Supper

Get your hunger on! The Kiwanis Club of Durango will celebrate its 75th anniversary during the 68th annual Pancake Supper on September 15th. This story is sponsored by StoneAge Tools and Community Foundation Serving Southwest Colorado

Dial-A-Ride Expands Service, Fall Balloon Glows

Dial-A-Ride, a part of RoadRunner transit, has announced expanded service areas to better serve rural La Plata Residents. Table to Farm Compost is offering three months of free compost service in exchange for filling out a short survey, and LPEA is looking for area builders to partner with. Watch this story again and more at www.durangolocal.news/newsstories/dial-a-ride-expands-service-fall-balloon-glows. This story is sponsored by Tafoya & Barrett & Associates and the Man Cave Barber

Spoketober: Celebrate Durango’s Cycling Community in October

Get ready to celebrate all things bicycle with the inaugural Spoketober celebration, a month-long series of citizens tours, jump-jamming, and more that highlights Durango’s reputation as a top cycling destination in the nation. This story is sponsored by Ute Mountain Casino Hotel and the law firm of Downs, McDonough, Cowan and Foley

Reinventing Oneself

The Four Corners Professional Women’s Summit returns for its fourth year with a new theme: Reinventing Yourself. The Summit, a conference for and by women in the four corners region, is a unique opportunity for professional networking and relationship-building. The theme for this year is purposefully open – allowing every attendee to choose their own definition of what it means to reinvent themselves. This story is sponsored by Ace Hardware of Farmington and Boon’s Family Thai Barbecue

Chimney Rock Celebrates 10 Years as National Monument

Chimney Rock National Monument will celebrate its 10th anniversary with a day of educational events and tours. Purgatory Resort announces its 2022-23 season opening date. And get your work done at the La Plata County Clerk and Reporter’s Office before Fridays. This story is sponsored by Service Master Restore and TBK Bank

Rare Access to Unexcavated Ancient Pueblo Indian settlement

Fifteen lucky visitors recently toured what’s mostly unexcavated at Aztec Ruins National Monument. Aztec Ruins East normally is off limits because of its fragile archaeological resources. The great kiva is 16 feet high, and has nearly 300 rooms. By Donna K. Hewett. This story is sponsored by Service Master Restore and Three Rivers Brewing

Region 9 Applies for $87 Million Broadband Infrastructure Grant

The Region 9 Economic Development District of Southwest Colorado, along with municipal and county governments in the five-county area, hope to win an $87 million grant from the new federal Infrastructure and Jobs Act to build one of the largest regional fiber optics infrastructure projects in more than 20 years. This story is sponsored by TruWest Auto and the law firm of Downs McDonough Cowan and Foley

Durango Transit increases ridership during Zero Fare August

During the month of August, Durango Transit participated in the statewide...

Airport work nears completion

A new carousel is being installed at the Durango-La Plata County Airport at...

Durango group strives to set example in reducing human-bear conflict

A bear is pictured outside a La Plata County home where electric fencing...

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