Vaccinations Progressing, but Availability Limited
Jan27

Vaccinations Progressing, but Availability Limited

San Juan Basin Public Health officials say they’re making progress on COVID vaccine distribution, but until supplies ramp up, vaccinations for the entire Southwest Colorado population may take longer than anticipated.

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Historical Photos Capture Four Corners Life from a Hundred Years Ago
Jan27

Historical Photos Capture Four Corners Life from a Hundred Years Ago

A box filled with large-format film and glass-plate negatives shot by an unknown photographer reveal what life was like in the Four Corners a hundred years ago.

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Win Up to $25,000 with Red Ball Express
Jan27

Win Up to $25,000 with Red Ball Express

Although the pandemic has forced cancellation of dozens of charitable events, local nonprofits have devised creative ways to raise money this year, including the Rotary Clubs of Durango. See how they’ve adapted the annual Red Ball Express. Winner could take home up to $25,000 in prize money. Sponsored by Alpine Bank of Durango.

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Annie’s Orphans Struggling to Make Ends Meet
Jan27

Annie’s Orphans Struggling to Make Ends Meet

The pandemic has devastated fund-raising for Annie’s Orphans, a no-kill dog shelter and sanctuary. Find out how you can help keep hope alive for orphan dogs this winter.

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Farmington Family Market Survives COVID
Jan27

Farmington Family Market Survives COVID

Find out how the Flores family tapped into their perseverance and cooking talents to keep The Family Market and Restaurant afloat during the pandemic.

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Ingredients that Make a Championship Team
Dec30

Ingredients that Make a Championship Team

The Durango Demons Football Team brought home this year’s state championship trophy. We talk with Coach V and team members about season and what it took to win.

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Police Play Santa at Shop-with-a-Cop
Dec27

Police Play Santa at Shop-with-a-Cop

More than 200 kids in Archuleta and La Plata counties will have a brighter Christmas this year, thanks to the generosity of donors and the annual Shop-with-a-Cop event.

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First Shots of Hope Arrive in Southwest Colorado
Dec19

First Shots of Hope Arrive in Southwest Colorado

The first COVID-19 vaccinations arrived in Southwest Colorado on Tuesday, Dec. 15, and more doses are expected to arrive next week. But don’t throw away your masks just yet. Public health officials say that vaccinating all residents in the region may take until the end of summer.

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Dance Team Keeps Focus on Spirit
Dec15

Dance Team Keeps Focus on Spirit

The Durango Demonettes, Durango High School’s dance team, has refused to let the pandemic dampen its spirit, and its goal when it performs at football games is to lift the crowd’s spirit, too.

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Giving a Puppy or a Kitten as a Xmas Gift?
Dec09

Giving a Puppy or a Kitten as a Xmas Gift?

DON’T! The La Plata County Humane Society says to think carefully about adopting a pet or giving a pet as a gift during the holidays.

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