Durango Local NEWS by LNN
The Cryomedspa offers a one-stop shop of more than a dozen alternative therapies to improve your body’s functioning. Think of it as a gymnasium for your internal systems.
Both Kristina and Lance Stillwaugh were inspired to serve as first responders because of personal and professional tragedies. Learn why they serve, and what they want you to know.
You’ll have to wear a mask, but you’ll be able to peruse the fine art and goods on display during the Durango Arts Center’s 26th annual Autumn Arts Festival scheduled for Sept. 19-20.
Local real-estate professional Dan Korman identifies common safety hazards that may be lurking in your home and that may affect your ability to sell your house when you’re ready.
Local, state and wildlife organizations have joined forces to coordinate bear education and tracking efforts to reduce human-bear encounters during bears’ annual fall feeding frenzy.
Music in the Mountains, like most other special events in the region, had to cancel its summer music festival because of the pandemic, but it didn’t cancel its Pops Night. Learn more about this year’s concert.
Supporting local businesses has become more important than ever during the pandemic. That’s why Local First decided to pursue publication of its annual coupon book, despite tough economic times. And to provide a few incentives to consumers, they book is available for pre-sales, and each purchase comes with a mobile app that will include bonus coupons throughout the year.
The St. Hilaire family’s business started out as a 4H project raising goats, now they hand-craft soaps and lotions made from 40 percent goat milk, and they have customers from all over the country.
Voter fraud is nearly non-existent, and mail-in balloting a number of safeguards are in place to protect the integrity of each vote, according to the President of the Colorado County Clerk’s Association.
Deck Shaline has known since he was a kid that he wanted to serve his community as a police officer. He’s done so now for nearly 34 years.
All that Montezuma County folk artist Dave Sites needs to create a carving is a chainsaw, a chunk of wood and the inspiration the wood gives him. Stop by his roadside museum on the way to Cortez.
If you like fresh, local food, you can’t get any fresher or more local than Bluebird Flour, manufactured right here in Southwest Colorado. Find out why Bluebird Flour flies out the door once it’s milled.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.