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First-Grader Gets Free Trip to Disney World
Sep20

First-Grader Gets Free Trip to Disney World

An Animas Valley Elementary students is one of 50 children selected nationwide to be treated to a free trip to Disney World on behalf of the Kidd’s Kids Foundation.

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IT’S YOUR MONEY: How Much Should Your Borrow for College?
Sep20

IT’S YOUR MONEY: How Much Should Your Borrow for College?

Pat Barrett with Tafoya Barrett & Associates offers advice for figuring how much debt you should assume to obtain your college degree.

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September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month
Sep13

September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

Should you be tested for prostate cancer? That depends . . .

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New Events Featured in Parade of Homes
Sep13

New Events Featured in Parade of Homes

Find out what new events are scheduled for this year’s Parade of Homes.

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Time to Flip Over Pancake Day
Sep07

Time to Flip Over Pancake Day

The annual Kiwanis Pancake Day serves up all-you-can-eat breakfast all day long on September 20.

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Purgatory’s New Coaster Offers Thrills
Sep07

Purgatory’s New Coaster Offers Thrills

Purgatory Resort opened its long-awaited coaster, and resort officials are touting it as the longest and steepest in the country.

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Happy Hour at the Farmers Market
Sep07

Happy Hour at the Farmers Market

Enjoy a cocktail while shopping for fresh produce, flowers and other goods at the new Animas City Farmers Market.

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HEALTHY LIVING: Riding Your Motorcycle
Aug24

HEALTHY LIVING: Riding Your Motorcycle

Dr. Trapper Niccum with Thrive Chiropractic Studio offers tips for health and safe motorcycle riding.

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30 Years of Leave No Trace
Aug24

30 Years of Leave No Trace

The San Juan Mountain Association celebrates 30 years of sharing the ‘leave-no-trace’ philosophy with wilderness users.

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It All Starts with Good Night’s Sleep
Aug24

It All Starts with Good Night’s Sleep

The foundation of your students’ academic success is a good night sleep and a healthy lifestyle.

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‘Next to Normal’ on Stage at DAC
Aug23

‘Next to Normal’ on Stage at DAC

Can a rock musical about mental illness be uplifting? Learn more about the latest stage production at the Durango Arts Center.

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Party Honors “Mother” of Community Gardening
Aug17

Party Honors “Mother” of Community Gardening

Marye Jackson has been gardening since she was a child in the 1930s. It’s her passion, and so are community gardens. She helped start a number of community gardens in the area, and now, her fans will celebrate her contributions at a 90th birthday party at Ohana Kuleana Community Garden on Sunday, Aug. 19.

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HEALTHY LIVING: Get Ready for Your Motorcycle Ride
Aug17

HEALTHY LIVING: Get Ready for Your Motorcycle Ride

With the Iron Hore Motorcycle Rally just around the corner, Dr. Trapper Niccum offers some tips to make your rides safe and comfortable.

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Have Gear, Will Deliver Anywhere
Aug17

Have Gear, Will Deliver Anywhere

If you’re planning a camping trip in the Cascade Mountains, but don’t want to haul your gear on an airplane, have Check Outside deliver your gear to your destination.

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HEALTHY LIVING: What It Means to Be ‘Baby-Friendly
Aug10

HEALTHY LIVING: What It Means to Be ‘Baby-Friendly

San Juan Regional Medical Center is taking steps to become a baby-friendly hospital. Find out what that means.

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A Unique Fund-Raiser for Annie’s Orphans
Aug10

A Unique Fund-Raiser for Annie’s Orphans

A group of Durango chiropractors will donate proceeds from treatments on Wednesday, Aug. 15, to Annie’s Orphans.

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Train to Add Two New Diesel Locomotives
Aug10

Train to Add Two New Diesel Locomotives

After suspending service for several weeks in June, the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad has purchased two diesel locomotives to substitute for its coal-fired steam engines when dry conditions warrant.

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What’s the Big ‘Dill’ with Pickleball?
Aug10

What’s the Big ‘Dill’ with Pickleball?

Pickleball enthusiasts say the game is a cross between tennis, ping-pong, and badminton, and it’s growing in popularity in Durango.

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Cooking the Chuckwagon Way
Aug03

Cooking the Chuckwagon Way

Features Producer Brian Gill gets a taste of the Old West with the annual Chuckwagon Cookoff held during Fiesta Days.

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An Incubator Program for New Plays
Aug03

An Incubator Program for New Plays

The new Durango Playfest will become an incubator for the birth of new plays with some big-name actors and award-winning playwrights coming to town to work on new material.

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