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Best in Show winner at 2021 National Dog Show makes history

  Claire is a bone-afide champ. History was made Thursday at the...

Best in Show winner at 2021 National Dog Show makes history

  Claire is a bone-afide champ. History was made Thursday at the...

State Street Ballet of Santa Barbara’s “Nutcracker” featuring the San Juan Symphony

State Street Ballet of Santa Barbara returns for the holiday season with “The Nutcracker” accompanied by Durango’s own San Juan Symphony. This magical story is a favorite for audiences of all ages.

Investment, Retail or Business Opportunity available off HWY 160 in Pagosa Springs

PRICED TO SELL AT ONLY $172.44 sq. ft. this 7800 sq. ft. HEATED AND AIR CONDITIONED RETAIL SPACE OR OTHER USES CAN BE APRROVED BY POA LOCATED ONLY 1/8 MILE FROM WAL-MART. INVESTMENT, RETAIL OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY OF YOUR CHOICE WITH BREATHTAKING VIEWS OF THE SAN JUAN MOUNTAINS AND PAGOSA SPRINGS GOLF COURSE!

THE POLAR EXPRESS TRAIN IS BACK!!

NOW THROUGH JANUARY 1   Our premier event of the year, The Polar...

352 Acres available in a GATED Platted Subdivision in Durango

LAND BANKERS TAKE A LOOK at this investment of big acreage! 352+/- acres with 9 parcels COMBINED BEING SOLD AS ONE PACKAGE (no individual lot sales) that are beautifully secluded in GATED Platted Subdivision, yet only 16 miles miles to downtown Durango. Road recently bladed and widened. Lot 9 in particular has breathtaking VIEWS…

Goodbye, Staples Center. Hello, Crypto.com Arena

    Staples Center is getting a new name for Christmas: Crypto.com...

Christmas in Durango, Colorado

Christmas in Durango, Colorado Christmas in Durango extends the entire...

Meet Amber Johnson of Durango Land and Homes

Amber Johnson began her professional Real Estate career in Durango in 2000 after completing her BA degree in Humanities at Fort Lewis College. Land conservation, ranching, sustainable agriculture, and preserving as much open space as possible while still accommodating the growing demand for development, is of great interest and importance to Amber. She believes much of the beauty of the West lies in its wildness.

166 Mama Llama is your next home!

This property is unique because of it’s ability to have an individual pond for irrigation unlike other parcels in the subdivision, giving the owner more than enough Irrigation water throughout the year. Take a tour through our virtual Matterport 3-D tour and Drone footage then schedule a showing!

Farmington Museum Opens New Exhibition: “Built By Gas.”

Farmington evolved from a rural farming community to a national energy hub when New Mexico’s first commercial gas well was drilled one mile south of Aztec on October 21, 1921. Sponsored by Traegers Bar and Three Rivers Brewing

Singing with Santa, Colorado Gives, Noel “NITE”

If you’ve been in Durango for more than a couple of years, you know we like to go crazy with our holiday events, starting the day after Thanksgiving. Here’s a brief roundup. Sponsored by Downs, McDonough, Cowan & Foley, LLC and Closets Plus

Lost and Found Champions Since 1981

Literally dozens of backcountry enthusiasts each year can thank La Plata County Search and Rescue volunteers who came looking for and found them, and in some cases, saved their lives. Sponsored by Alpine Bank

Hope’s Door Opens to Homeless, Housing Insecure

The new 40-unit Espero apartment complex will offer on-site support services to help residents overcome homelessness and the problems that led them there. Sponsored by Closets Plus and Express Employment Professionals

Luxury Housing Dominating the Real Estate Market

Luxury housing purchases comprise the bulk of real estate sales this fall. Learn why. Sponsored by Alpenglow Properties

LPEA Closer to Meeting Carbon Footprint Goals

LPEA is on track to reduce its carbon footprint six to seven years ahead of schedule – AND – save $7 million a year. Sponsored by ServiceMaster Restore and Closets Plus

Voters Say ‘No’ to ‘Building Durango’s Future’ Slate

Erika Brown, Rick Peterson, and Andrea Parmenter will take seats on the Durango School District 9-R Board of Directors. Lawsuit still pending. Sponsored by Express Employment Professionals and Happy Pappy’s Pizza and Wings

Here’s what YOU need to know this November

In this edition of #LPEAwire, LPEA VP of Member Experience Hillary Knox highlights three things to watch out for: Your LPEA Capital Credit refund, phone scams, and LPEA’s annual “Fill the Bucket” food drive on November 20th. Sponsored by La Plata Electric Association

Animas High School Gather At Site of New Building

Animas High School students, faculty, and community members gathered to celebrate at the soon-to-be new location on the Fort Lewis College campus. This move was made possible by the BEST Grant. Sponsored by Happy Pappy’s Pizza and Wings and Express Employment Professionals

Delta Leaving, Frontier Staying, Airport Expanding

At the start of the summer, Durango-La Plata Airport announced two new carriers, Frontier and Delta, would start offering regular flights out of Durango. Although Delta has announced they will no longer be flying out of Durango beginning November 1, the summer had higher-than-usual numbers of people traveling to and from Durango, and it looks like the trend will continue into the holiday season. Interview with Tony Vicari. Sponsored by Service Master Restore and Ace Hardware

Best in Show winner at 2021 National Dog Show makes history

  Claire is a bone-afide champ. History was made Thursday at the...

Best in Show winner at 2021 National Dog Show makes history

  Claire is a bone-afide champ. History was made Thursday at the...

State Street Ballet of Santa Barbara’s “Nutcracker” featuring the San Juan Symphony

State Street Ballet of Santa Barbara returns for the holiday season with “The Nutcracker” accompanied by Durango’s own San Juan Symphony. This magical story is a favorite for audiences of all ages.

Farmington Museum Opens New Exhibition: “Built By Gas.”

Farmington evolved from a rural farming community to a national energy hub when New Mexico’s first commercial gas well was drilled one mile south of Aztec on October 21, 1921. Sponsored by Traegers Bar and Three Rivers Brewing

Singing with Santa, Colorado Gives, Noel “NITE”

If you’ve been in Durango for more than a couple of years, you know we like to go crazy with our holiday events, starting the day after Thanksgiving. Here’s a brief roundup. Sponsored by Downs, McDonough, Cowan & Foley, LLC and Closets Plus

Investment, Retail or Business Opportunity available off HWY 160 in Pagosa Springs

PRICED TO SELL AT ONLY $172.44 sq. ft. this 7800 sq. ft. HEATED AND AIR CONDITIONED RETAIL SPACE OR OTHER USES CAN BE APRROVED BY POA LOCATED ONLY 1/8 MILE FROM WAL-MART. INVESTMENT, RETAIL OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY OF YOUR CHOICE WITH BREATHTAKING VIEWS OF THE SAN JUAN MOUNTAINS AND PAGOSA SPRINGS GOLF COURSE!

THE POLAR EXPRESS TRAIN IS BACK!!

NOW THROUGH JANUARY 1   Our premier event of the year, The Polar...

352 Acres available in a GATED Platted Subdivision in Durango

LAND BANKERS TAKE A LOOK at this investment of big acreage! 352+/- acres with 9 parcels COMBINED BEING SOLD AS ONE PACKAGE (no individual lot sales) that are beautifully secluded in GATED Platted Subdivision, yet only 16 miles miles to downtown Durango. Road recently bladed and widened. Lot 9 in particular has breathtaking VIEWS…

Goodbye, Staples Center. Hello, Crypto.com Arena

    Staples Center is getting a new name for Christmas: Crypto.com...

Lost and Found Champions Since 1981

Literally dozens of backcountry enthusiasts each year can thank La Plata County Search and Rescue volunteers who came looking for and found them, and in some cases, saved their lives. Sponsored by Alpine Bank

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