$31 Million in Contracts for Local Business
Aug20

$31 Million in Contracts for Local Business

The giant construction project to re-route U.S. Highway 550 off Farmington Hill to connect with the Grandview Interchange will include $31 million in contracts for local contractors.

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Region’s Only Waldorf Preschool Opens
Aug19

Region’s Only Waldorf Preschool Opens

A small, rural preschool in Weber Canyon south of Mancos offers a curriculum based on the Waldorf Method, an approach to education that allows to learn from exploring their own curiosity.

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100th Anniversary of Women Voting
Aug18

100th Anniversary of Women Voting

Women fought for the right to vote for more than 70 years when they finally won with the ratification of the 19th Amendment on August 26, 1920. Join the Non-Rally Rally on August 22 to celebrate.

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Brewfest Goes Virtual; Order by Aug. 21
Aug13

Brewfest Goes Virtual; Order by Aug. 21

The San Juan Brewfest has fallen victim to the COVID Crisis, but not to worry. You can still try a variety of beers by ordering a tasting kit online and enjoying your beer at home.

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Person-to-Person Giving Network Starts
Aug11

Person-to-Person Giving Network Starts

The economic chaos that the pandemic has caused among families and others in need has inspired the re-emergence of mutual aid networks across the country, and now one has started in SWCO.

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Road to Recovery: 24/7 Fitness’ New Normal
Aug11

Road to Recovery: 24/7 Fitness’ New Normal

24/7 Fitness Gym rarely, if ever, reaches its capacity, but the workout center has instituted a number of changes to ensure that its clients are safe and well distanced to get their workout done safely.

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Bond Extension to Update School Bldgs
Aug10

Bond Extension to Update School Bldgs

Durango School District 9-Rhas had to cut its operting budget by $4 million. But it plans to ask voters to extend its 2002 bond to ensure enough capital revenues to keep school buildings from deteriorating.

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Five Easy Ideas to Update Your House
Aug10

Five Easy Ideas to Update Your House

Simple steps like using energy-efficient light builbs, spiffying up your landscaping, or remodeling your bathroom and kitchen can add value to your home, whether you want to sell or stay a while.

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Dishing Up Dirt with $100,000 State Grant
Aug10

Dishing Up Dirt with $100,000 State Grant

Durango’s Table to Farm Compost has ramped up its production of artisan soil made from local food scraps-turned-compost thanks to a $100,000 state health department grant for projects that divert waste from landfills.

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Cooking Up Success at DGO Artisan Foods
Aug10

Cooking Up Success at DGO Artisan Foods

A small artisan food manufacturer produces its own line of hot sauces, salsa, and spice mixes, but it also helps other food entrepreneurs develop their recipes to bring to market in their commercial kitchen.

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