Senate passes bill Lengthening Coronavirus Small-Business Loan Terms
Jun04

Senate passes bill Lengthening Coronavirus Small-Business Loan Terms

By Richard Cowan and Andy Sullivan WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Senate unanimously approved legislation on Wednesday giving small businesses up to 24 weeks to use Paycheck Protection Program loans created during the coronavirus pandemic, up from the current eight-week deadline. The legislation, already passed by the House of Representatives, now goes to President Donald Trump to sign into law. The program was created in March...

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Virtual 360 Tour! Views! Views! Views!
Jun03

Virtual 360 Tour! Views! Views! Views!

Enchanting home nestled on a 1 acre lot with towering pine trees and breathtaking views of the mountains and the Pine River valley. This custom built 2 bedroom 2.5 bath home has walls of windows that bring the outdoors in and provides an abundance of natural light throughout. The dramatic great room has a soaring vaulted ceiling, a stunning gas fireplace with beautiful stone work and views that you have to see to believe. Check out...

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HP & Me – Letting Go
Jun02

HP & Me – Letting Go

Welcome to this week’s edition of H.P. and Me! Everything comes to an end eventually. With a little help from the man up above we can let go and say to ourselves “onward and forward”. Letting Go – S1:E9 The HP & Me podcast is a much needed dose of inspiration and enlightenment.  Be sure to see all three seasons at amesuniversal.com. HP & Me: My Little Corner of the World is also available as a book! Buy the book on...

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Bailey’s Bits
Jun01

Bailey’s Bits

Bailey’s Bits I’ve learned so much from my mistakes, I’m thinking of making a few more. Life Lessons Learned from Hanging out at RE/MAX Pinnacle Meet Bailey at https://homesindurango.com/meet-bailey

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More Durango Restaurants & Businesses Reopening
May29

More Durango Restaurants & Businesses Reopening

The weather is turning and people are looking to get out and about… safely! Did you know that you could go to Prima Pasta or Oscar’s Diner?  Here is a partial list of open restaurants in Durango. Lone Spur Cafe – 619 Main Ave Durango Diner – 957 Main Jean-Pierre – 601 Main Primi Pasta & Wine Bar – 1201 Main Ave Ste 102 Glacier Management Associates, Mineshaft Bar & Grill – 212 N....

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City Issues Mask Mandate thru June 19
May29

City Issues Mask Mandate thru June 19

Citing safety and the support from local businesses, the Durango City Council agreed to issue an emergency order that requires anyone entering a business or public building in town to wear a mask.    

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Can you get the virus from a surface?
May28

Can you get the virus from a surface?

As lockdowns lift, many more Americans are going to come in contact with surfaces that other people have touched: doorknobs, tabletops, shopping bags and more. And I know that many people find these situations confusing. The early scientific advice seemed to encourage people to treat surface contact with utmost seriousness. More recently, research has suggested that few people get the virus this way. The main transmission mechanism...

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Momentum
May28

Momentum

Momentum can be a blessing and a curse.  As a science term, momentum simply states: Objects at rest tend to stay at rest, and objects in motion tend to stay in motion, unless acted upon by force.  Business initiatives, policies, patterns of behavior, and attitudes will build momentum and then remain in the direction that they were created. We often hope for the scenario where we have everything going well, where we can let the...

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City of Durango issues Face Covering Order
May28

City of Durango issues Face Covering Order

Interim City Manager Amber Blake, pursuant to the emergency declaration related to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) health crisis, has issued order #2020-08 requiring all persons shall to wear a Face Covering when entering, waiting in line to enter and while in the following locations within the City of Durango: Any place of business engaged in any sales or other transactions of any kind to the general public and any place that offers...

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As a Reminder, Free Testing is Available to All Coloradans
May28

As a Reminder, Free Testing is Available to All Coloradans

Ten weeks after the coronavirus’s presence first was confirmed in the state, any Coloradan with COVID-19 symptoms can now get tested, for free, whether or not they have health insurance, Gov. Jared Polis announced Monday. That’s a major change. In the initial months of the pandemic, testing was limited largely to front-line health workers and people who already were hospitalized with suspected COVID-19, or who had severe enough...

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