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.
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.
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.
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.
Find out how the Flores family tapped into their perseverance and cooking talents to keep The Family Market and Restaurant afloat during the pandemic.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Purchase fresh produce, meats, cheeses, and perhaps some cozy alpaca gloves at the 7 Rivers Farmers Market open from noon to 3 p.m. on Tuesdays at the Fairgrounds. Take a look at some of the wares on sale.
A coalition of area tourism and cultural organizations has proposed to raise the Durango lodgers tax by 3 percent to boost the winter and spring economies.
PHD Weight Loss founder Ashley Lucas explains why “eating in moderation” doesn’t always work when it comes to losing weight and maintaining it.
La Plata Electric explains how it determines the amount of money it will refund the cooperative’s membership and why it gives the money back in this edition of LPEA Wire.
When Durango firefighter and paramedic Jenny Yates was growing up in Telluride, she knew that she wanted to be a firefighter. That she’s living in Durango working in her dream job is just whipped cream on an ice cream soda.
Bill and Jim Carver made the difficult decision to close for a few months with the latest surge in COVID-19 cases. But you’ll still be able to buy beer to go and in new 12-ounce cans, too.
Purgatory resort opened on Saturday, Nov. 21, for the 2020-21 ski season amidst rising cases of COVID-19, but resort officials say they believe that skiers and snowboarders can be safe if they wear their masks, practice social distancing, and come prepared to stay outside, because indoor facilities will be closed.
One of Durango’s favorite traditions, the Durango Choral Society’s annual Christmas Concert, will head online with traditional favorites from past concerts as well as a brand-new, virtual performance compiled with the magic of technology. And you can watch it at your leisure through the holiday season!
Dan Korman, owner of Alpenglow Properties, reminds us to give thanks for the good things in our lives as we begin the holiday season.
Eso Terra Cider in Dolores hunts for rare varieties of apples in Montezuma and La Plata counties’ heritage orchards to make its unique hard ciders.