Featured

Wendy’s Journey with PHD Weight Loss – Episode 4
Apr22

Wendy’s Journey with PHD Weight Loss – Episode 4

PHD Weight Loss and Nutrition clinicians is supporting her Wendy on weight loss journey. Having that guide and accountability partner is helping her stay on track to reach her weight loss goal.

Read More
$250K Gift to Support After-School, Summer School
Apr20

$250K Gift to Support After-School, Summer School

Durango School District 9-R received the first $250,000 check from the Durango Education Foundation’s “Bridge the Gap” campaign to raise $450,000 to enhance K-12 literacy, math and science programs. This story is sponsored by Closets Plus and Happy Pappy’s Pizza and Wings.

Read More
Farmington’s Civic Center – Mexico’s Most Revered Traditional Dance Companies
Apr18

Farmington’s Civic Center – Mexico’s Most Revered Traditional Dance Companies

Founded in 1952 by choreographer Amalia Hernandez, Ballet Folklorico is Mexico’s most revered traditional dance company. It brings together music, dance and costumes from pre-Columbian civilizations through the modern era. By Donna K. Hewett. This story is sponsored by CMIT Solutions and Traegers Bar

Read More
Impressions of Durango and Beyond
Apr14

Impressions of Durango and Beyond

When John Modesitt moved to Durango, he was drawn to the nature and the beauty of the area. When the 416 Fire caused Modesitt to store his artwork in the horse arena on his property, he realized the space could be utilized as a place to display his work in such a way that his daughter named the space Museum of Impressionism. This story is sponsored by TBK Bank and the law firm of Downs McDonough Cowan and Foley

Read More
Purgatory to Expand, BMX News, Housing Updates
Apr14

Purgatory to Expand, BMX News, Housing Updates

This week’s Roundup covers the City of Durango’s affordable housing initiatives, including a plan to offer deed-restricted housing to locals; Durango’s BMX track has been selected as the site for this year’s state championship meet, and Purgatory receives a thumbs up on plans to expand. This story is sponsored by Pop’s Truck and RV Center and the law firm of Downs, McDonough, Cowan & Foley

Read More
Durango, Colorado– beautiful 365 days a year!! Spring rain is here!!
Apr12

Durango, Colorado– beautiful 365 days a year!! Spring rain is here!!

Durango, Colorado– is beautiful 365 days a year!! Spring rain is here!!  We love our Spring moisture. Locals and tourists alike love the variety of the Four Seasons, and the ever changing light show on the 14,000 foot mountains that surround the town.  Today we welcome the rain and snow as it nourishes the trees and plants and brings much needed moisture to our region.  For a local weather report visit us...

Read More
Wendy’s Journey with PHD Weight Loss – Episode 3
Apr12

Wendy’s Journey with PHD Weight Loss – Episode 3

Holidays, birthdays, and special events, will no longer be a challenge for Wendy. PHD Weight Loss and Nutrition is showing her how to make the right choices during her weight loss journey and keep the weight off when she reaches her goal.

Read More
Fun with a Purpose = Great Futures
Apr12

Fun with a Purpose = Great Futures

The Boys and Girls Club of La Plata County has provided a safe and positive environment for thousands of kids since it opened its doors 15 years ago. This story is sponsored by Alpine Bank.

Read More
Family-Friendly Cafe, Middle of Downtown
Apr05

Family-Friendly Cafe, Middle of Downtown

When Nicholas Random decided to open another coffee shop downtown, his main goal was to make a family-friendly space. Inside the Main Mall, Stimulus Cafe has open space for kids to run around, a book nook filled with books for all ages, and freshly-baked pastries always at the ready. This story is sponsored by TBK Bank and Closets Plus

Read More
Local Artists and High Teas
Apr05

Local Artists and High Teas

Create Art and Tea has a new space, where high teas mingle with local artwork. It’s a space to slow down and enjoy the little things in life. This story is sponsored by The Payroll Department and Pop’s Truck and RV Center

Read More
Durango Colorado Real Estate
Apr03

Durango Colorado Real Estate

Durango Colorado Real Estate durangocoloradorealestate.com and the SW Colorado Real Estate Region   Meet Kris Daly Introducing the final phase of Cedar Ridge in Durango!   Gorgeous 35 acre lot in Durango   HEATED AND AIR CONDITIONED RETAIL SPACE OR OTHER USES   Durango Area Commercial Property Search By the La Plata Economic Development Alliance   FUN things to do in Durango and SW Colorado Restaurants Whatever you're...

Read More
Mutton, Dressed as Lamb, Served at Chambers Steakhouse
Apr01

Mutton, Dressed as Lamb, Served at Chambers Steakhouse

Kirtland native Alexander Chambers opened Chambers Steakhouse five months ago in Farmington. Now, with a staff of 15, his USDA-certified mutton steaks, ribs, and other mutton dishes are being gobbled up by locals. By Donna K. Hewett. This story is sponsored by ServiceMaster Restore and Boons Family Thai Barbecue

Read More
Celebrating Women on the Frontlines
Apr01

Celebrating Women on the Frontlines

The Women’s Resource Center, in collaboration with the Durango Public Library and Wild Child Adventure Collective photography, has put together an exhibit highlighting several of the frontline women workers in the Durango community as part of the WRC’s Women’s History Month Events. By Hannah Robertson. This story is sponsored by FASTSIGNS and Closets Plus

Read More
Life and Death and Boundless Rewards
Apr01

Life and Death and Boundless Rewards

La Plata Search and Rescue has a variety of teams that deploy according to need. One such team is Rae Randolph and her German Shepherd Oso, who is a certified cadaver detection dog. They work with Search and Rescue, Colorado Forensic Canines, and law enforcement officials to assist in investigations and recovery work. By Hannah Robertson. This story is sponsored by FASTSIGNS and ServiceMaster Restore

Read More
Wendy’s Journey with PHD Weight Loss – Episode 2
Apr01

Wendy’s Journey with PHD Weight Loss – Episode 2

Wendy is a professional diet yo-yo’er. But, PHD Weight Loss and Nutrition is showing her how to take the weight off and keep it off.

Read More
Wendy’s Journey with PHD Weight Loss – Episode 1
Apr01

Wendy’s Journey with PHD Weight Loss – Episode 1

Local NEWS Network anchor, Wendy Graham Settle, shares her personal struggle with weight loss and how PHD Weight Loss will help her through it.

Read More
Rio Grande Southern Galloping Goose #5 Excursions APRIL 2 – MAY 8
Mar31

Rio Grande Southern Galloping Goose #5 Excursions APRIL 2 – MAY 8

  Goose Excursions to Cascade Canyon April 2   (Durango to Cascade Canyon) April 23 (Durango to Cascade Canyon) May 7    (Durango to Cascade Canyon) May 8    (Durango to Cascade Canyon) May Goose Excursions to Event Park May 6 (Durango to Event Park) The Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad is hosting former Rio Grande Southern railcar, the Galloping Goose No.5, for excursion operations on select dates in April and May...

Read More
San Juan College President Honored During Women’s History Month
Mar31

San Juan College President Honored During Women’s History Month

Dr. Toni Hopper Pendergrass re-established her roots here, when she returned home and joined San Juan College as president in July 2012. In the meantime, she has increased the number of graduates by 143 percent and continued to advance student success while shouldering a pesky pandemic. By Donna K. Hewett. This story is sponsored by CMIT Solutions and ServiceMaster Restoration Specialists

Read More
5 Essential Oils Proven To Improve Memory
Mar21

5 Essential Oils Proven To Improve Memory

  For years, essential oils have been the rage in the natural health arena. From improving your mood to helping stimulate healing, is there anything they can’t do? Whether you’re in school and test time is looming, or you’re concerned with aging gracefully and retaining your memory functions as you do so, there are a number of essential oils to help you achieve your goals. I’ve pulled together a list of my five favorite essential...

Read More
FLC Debuts New Musical Theater Program with “Sweeney Todd”
Mar17

FLC Debuts New Musical Theater Program with “Sweeney Todd”

Fort Lewis College will offer a new Musical Theater Degree beginning in Fall 2022 that combines music, dance and acting classes under the umbrella of a Performing Arts Program. And the new professor who’s leading the effort will make his directorial debut in Durango with a production of Sweeney Todd March 31 through April 3. This story is sponsored by Tafoya Barrett and Associates and Happy Pappy’s Pizza and Wings

Read More