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6 Gaslighting Phrases People Say To Manipulate You

Toxic relationships are rife with this kind of language. By  Kelsey...

Dog Training With Or: How Can I Communicate Desired Behaviors To My Dog?

We are always on the lookout for the most successful and innovative...

Humane Society Expecting; Time for a Baby Shower

Hundreds of baby animals will soon be raining on the La Plata County Humane Society with the annual springtime deluge of just-born puppies and kittens. They’ll need food, health care, toys, and warm blankets, so the humane society is throwing a baby shower May 1-8. Sponsored by Durango Party Rental and Carver Brewing Company.

Pandemic Bump-Outs Allow Restaurants to Survive

Derailed Pour House owner Lisa Gibson says the ability to add seats outdoors in city-approved bump-outs has allowed her restaurant to survive the pandemic, and she hopes they’re here to stay. Sponsored by Durango Party Rental and Whole Health Family Medicine.

Hometown Sound: Stillhouse Junkies Burn Down The Distillery

Stillhouse Junkies returns to the very distillery where it all began for this band. Guitarist and Mandolinist Fred Kosak, Fiddler Alissa Wolf, and Bassist Cody Tinnin, perform original songs rich with the sounds of blues, roots, bluegrass and a vibe distinctive of Southwest Colorado. Featured Songs: “Johnny Mac” “Burn It Down” Special thank you to Durango Craft Spirits Audio Engineer: Jeff Jones Videography: Zachary Marqua, Cooper Stowers, Gabe Powel

Dandelion Festival 2021

Sat May 01 2021 at 01:00 pm to 09:00 pm UTC-06:00 Rotary Park |...

The Majik Cirkus

The Majik Cirkus is a wonderful musical story for all ages! Printable...

Classic Cars Owners Passionate about Their Rides

With shiny re-built motors and new paint jobs, classic cars are certainly works of art – and works of the heart. Sponsored by Kessee Motors and Choice Building Supply.

EARTH DAY 2021

EARTH DAY 2021 THREE DAYS OF CLIMATE ACTION ALL STREAMING RIGHT HERE...

Earth Day in Space with Mike Good

Here is a interesting video you can find on YouTube:...

Job Searching in a Pandemic

With unemployment claims making the news almost as often as surges in the coronavirus, what are local employment agencies doing to help job seekers find jobs? By Hannah Robertson. Sponsored by Serious Texas BBQ and The Payroll Department.

What to Eat for Lunch to Stay on Your Health Plan

Dr. Ashley Lucas, founder of PHD Weight Loss, offers lunch menu ideas to keep your new healthy eating habits on track and to avoid that afternoon slump. Sponsored by PHD Weight Loss.

Shift to Level Blue

What does the change from the COVID State Dial to the local guidelines called “Level Blue” mean for San Juan Basin residents? By Hannah Robertson. Sponsored by FASTSIGNS and Carver Brewing Company.

Opening Day for Paragliding on Smelter Mountain

Jeremiah St. Ours talks about the importance of the winter closure on Smelter, Paragliding Safety, and the joy of free-flight for the community. Sponsored by 2180 Lighting & Design Studio and Carver Brewing Company. Filmed and Edited by Tucker Cocchiarella.

May Updates from LPEA Wire: 5 Top Tips to Stay Safe Around Electricity

On average, one person dies every day in the United States from electricity-related injuries. May is National Electric Safety Month, and to help you stay safe around electricity, here are 5 electric safety tips from LPEA’s VP of Operations Jerry Sutherlin.

Humane Society Expecting; Time for a Baby Shower

Hundreds of baby animals will soon be raining on the La Plata County Humane Society with the annual springtime deluge of just-born puppies and kittens. They’ll need food, health care, toys, and warm blankets, so the humane society is throwing a baby shower May 1-8. Sponsored by Durango Party Rental and Carver Brewing Company.

Two Additional Carriers to Depart DRO

Get ready for lower fares, airline passengers. Two more airlines will arrive and depart from the Durango La Plata County Airport this summer. And one carrier will offer a “teaser” fare to Denver at only $19 one-way. Sponsored by Kroeger’s Ace Hardware and The Timbers at Edgemont Highlands.

Pandemic Bump-Outs Allow Restaurants to Survive

Derailed Pour House owner Lisa Gibson says the ability to add seats outdoors in city-approved bump-outs has allowed her restaurant to survive the pandemic, and she hopes they’re here to stay. Sponsored by Durango Party Rental and Whole Health Family Medicine.

Hometown Sound: Stillhouse Junkies Burn Down The Distillery

Stillhouse Junkies returns to the very distillery where it all began for this band. Guitarist and Mandolinist Fred Kosak, Fiddler Alissa Wolf, and Bassist Cody Tinnin, perform original songs rich with the sounds of blues, roots, bluegrass and a vibe distinctive of Southwest Colorado. Featured Songs: “Johnny Mac” “Burn It Down” Special thank you to Durango Craft Spirits Audio Engineer: Jeff Jones Videography: Zachary Marqua, Cooper Stowers, Gabe Powel

Demon Girls Tennis Players Confident about Successful Season

Tennis season starts at the end of April for the Durango High School girls tennis team. Yes, they’re looking forward to playing well, but they’re in it for the love of the sport. Sponsored by Durango Dental, Cryomedspa, Four Corners Eye Clinic, Durango Hot Springs, and First Southwest Bank.

Job Searching in a Pandemic

With unemployment claims making the news almost as often as surges in the coronavirus, what are local employment agencies doing to help job seekers find jobs? By Hannah Robertson. Sponsored by Serious Texas BBQ and The Payroll Department.

What to Eat for Lunch to Stay on Your Health Plan

Dr. Ashley Lucas, founder of PHD Weight Loss, offers lunch menu ideas to keep your new healthy eating habits on track and to avoid that afternoon slump. Sponsored by PHD Weight Loss.

Shift to Level Blue

What does the change from the COVID State Dial to the local guidelines called “Level Blue” mean for San Juan Basin residents? By Hannah Robertson. Sponsored by FASTSIGNS and Carver Brewing Company.

Opening Day for Paragliding on Smelter Mountain

Jeremiah St. Ours talks about the importance of the winter closure on Smelter, Paragliding Safety, and the joy of free-flight for the community. Sponsored by 2180 Lighting & Design Studio and Carver Brewing Company. Filmed and Edited by Tucker Cocchiarella.

May Updates from LPEA Wire: 5 Top Tips to Stay Safe Around Electricity

On average, one person dies every day in the United States from electricity-related injuries. May is National Electric Safety Month, and to help you stay safe around electricity, here are 5 electric safety tips from LPEA’s VP of Operations Jerry Sutherlin.

LPEA legal efforts take giant step towards achieving Tri-State rate decreases

DURANGO, Colo. – The Tri-State Generation and Transmission (Tri-State)...

6 Gaslighting Phrases People Say To Manipulate You

Toxic relationships are rife with this kind of language. By  Kelsey...

CDC Relaxes COVID-19 Mask Guidelines For Vaccinated Americans

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released...

Dog Training With Or: How Can I Communicate Desired Behaviors To My Dog?

We are always on the lookout for the most successful and innovative...

Humane Society Expecting; Time for a Baby Shower

Hundreds of baby animals will soon be raining on the La Plata County Humane Society with the annual springtime deluge of just-born puppies and kittens. They’ll need food, health care, toys, and warm blankets, so the humane society is throwing a baby shower May 1-8. Sponsored by Durango Party Rental and Carver Brewing Company.

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