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16th Annual DURANGO FILM FESTIVAL!

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INDOOR WINTER FARMER AND ARTISAN MARKET NOW THROUGH APRIL 27

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Carver Brewing Co. and College Drive Cafe Reopen!!

Two Durango restaurants prepare to reopen Carver Brewing Co. and...

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Winter Maintenance Tips

Winter Maintenance Tips A cold front has hit the country and the winter...

An Online Concert with Victoria Vox & Jack Maher

An Online Concert with Victoria Vox & Jack Maher Event...

Perfect Anti-Depressants – Pets and Babies!

Perfect Anti-Depressants – Pets and Babies! Perfect...

Register for Uncle Clyde’s Run & Slide – 3/7

Runners and tubers! Registration is now open for the 5th annual Uncle...

Miles of Trails Await Cross Country Skiers at Chicken Creek

The Chicken Creek Nordic Ski Area north of Mancos offers 14 miles of groomed trails through ponderosa pines and scrub oak on the San Juan National Forest. Find out who takes care of the area.

Tesla Invests $1.5 Billion in Bitcoin, Plans to Accept BTC Payments

Tesla Invests $1.5 Billion in Bitcoin, Plans to Accept BTC Payments Tesla...

9-R Board Selects Superintendent Finalists

The Durango School District 9-R Board of Education has narrowed its field of 28 applicants to three finalists in its search for a new superintendent, and it invites the public to meet the candidates during a Zoom community forum scheduled for 6 p.m. on Monday, March 8. Reporter: Deborah Uroda. Editor, Zach Marqua.

LPEA Wire: Capital Credit Refunds, Go Paperless, and more

In this March edition of #LPEAwire, see if LPEA owes you a capital credit refund, switch to paperless and win a prize, and the best hours to call LPEA for quick service.

Women’s History Month Revival a Year Later

Women’s History Month activities had to be put on hold last March because of Colorado’s stay-at-home orders at the beginning of the pandemic. But the Women’s Resource Center is picking up where it left off with small, socially distanced activities in celebration of the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage.

Animas River, Three Springs Trail Connection in the Works

Durango Parks and Recreation will launch a number of major improvements this year including Durango Mesa Park, pickleball courts at Three Springs, and completion of the Animas River Trail to Three Springs.

Vaccinations for Teachers Begin

Durango School District 9-R got approval to start vaccinations for teachers and staff beginning Feb. 13. San Juan Basin Public Health and Albertson’s helped to facilitate the first round of vaccines at Escalante Middle School and Durango High School for 9R teachers, staff, and faculty.

Summer Means Highway Construction

When the orange safety cones start popping up, you know it’s summer, and this year will be no different when Camino del Rio undergoes a $4 million safety upgrade.

Local Chef Creates Tempeh for Sale

Local chef, Maddalena Tummenaro, faced a life-threatening bacterial infection that had to be treated with a long-course of intravenous antibiotics that she says literally destroyed the good bacteria in her digestive system, so she started making tempeh to restore her health. Now she sells her creations under the label of Luv Tempeh.

Talk about On-the-Job Training

The Demon Boys Basketball team had three days of pre-season play to get used to each other before they started playing games. But that hasn’t stopped them from developing the team spirit they share.

Hometown Sound: (DJ) Calvin Debuts New Series on Local Musicians

This local duo is comprised of a guitarist, a bassist, and whole lot of groovy, electronic sound. (DJ) Calvin performs two of their original songs and discusses the unique sound they bring to our hometown of Durango. We hope you enjoy the first ever edition of Hometown Sound, a brand new video series featuring local musicians. Featured Songs: “Groovy B****” and “Write Me A Letter”

Dolores Twins Carry On Family Rodeo Tradition

Rylee and Jaida Woody love horses, so much so, that they spend hours every week riding and training their four horses to compete in rodeos, the third generation in their family to do so.

16th Annual DURANGO FILM FESTIVAL!

DURANGO FILM FESTIVAL NOW THROUGH MARCH 12 EVENT DESCRIPTION The...

INDOOR WINTER FARMER AND ARTISAN MARKET NOW THROUGH APRIL 27

INDOOR WINTER FARMER AND ARTISAN MARKET NOW THROUGH APRIL 27 EVENT...

Carver Brewing Co. and College Drive Cafe Reopen!!

Two Durango restaurants prepare to reopen Carver Brewing Co. and...

9-R Board Selects Superintendent Finalists

The Durango School District 9-R Board of Education has narrowed its field of 28 applicants to three finalists in its search for a new superintendent, and it invites the public to meet the candidates during a Zoom community forum scheduled for 6 p.m. on Monday, March 8. Reporter: Deborah Uroda. Editor, Zach Marqua.

LPEA Wire: Capital Credit Refunds, Go Paperless, and more

In this March edition of #LPEAwire, see if LPEA owes you a capital credit refund, switch to paperless and win a prize, and the best hours to call LPEA for quick service.

Women’s History Month Revival a Year Later

Women’s History Month activities had to be put on hold last March because of Colorado’s stay-at-home orders at the beginning of the pandemic. But the Women’s Resource Center is picking up where it left off with small, socially distanced activities in celebration of the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage.

Animas River, Three Springs Trail Connection in the Works

Durango Parks and Recreation will launch a number of major improvements this year including Durango Mesa Park, pickleball courts at Three Springs, and completion of the Animas River Trail to Three Springs.

Vaccinations for Teachers Begin

Durango School District 9-R got approval to start vaccinations for teachers and staff beginning Feb. 13. San Juan Basin Public Health and Albertson’s helped to facilitate the first round of vaccines at Escalante Middle School and Durango High School for 9R teachers, staff, and faculty.

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