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It’s Your Money: What Your CPA Can Do

If you’re looking for an accountant who will do more than your taxes, Michelle Kooi from Tafoya Barrett & Associates has some questions you should ask to get what you want.

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Do Cellphones Interfere with Learning?
Feb14

Do Cellphones Interfere with Learning?

We have laws that prohibit us from using our cellphones while driving because of the distractions they present. Durango middle schools now are considering a ban on phone use during school hours.

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Advantage PT Launches Annual Coat Drive
Jan03

Advantage PT Launches Annual Coat Drive

Amy and Mike Testa became physical therapists because they wanted to help people. That desire to help extends beyond the doors of their clinic with their 14th annual coat drive.

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Is Vaping a Safe Sub for Smoking Tobacco?
Dec22

Is Vaping a Safe Sub for Smoking Tobacco?

Our Animas High School Intern explore whether vaping is a safe substitute for smoking cigarettes, especially in light of the recent vaping-related deaths. Lern what he discovered.

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Why Buy One Xmas Tree? Buy a Forest!
Dec14

Why Buy One Xmas Tree? Buy a Forest!

For the friend or family member who has everything, why not start a new forest for a Christmas present? The San Juan National Forest has gift certificates for seedlings to reforest burn areas.

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Chimney Rock – Ancestral Temple of the Sky
Dec14

Chimney Rock – Ancestral Temple of the Sky

Chimney Rock National Monument is an undiscovered gem located at the southern edge of the San Juan Mountains. At more than 7,000 feet above sea level, the ancient Chimney Rock settlement was the sacred center of astrological and calendrical knowledge for Ancestral Puebloans of the Chaco Canyon. This undiscovered gem is an intimate, off-the-beaten-path archaeological site located at the southern edge of the San Juan Mountains in...

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Festival of Trees Raises $22,000 for CCI
Dec13

Festival of Trees Raises $22,000 for CCI

Hundreds turned out to bid on the sparkling Christmas-tree ornaments and gifts during the annual Festival of Trees fund-raiser for Community Connections.

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Pendleton puts Durango on the Map
Dec13

Pendleton puts Durango on the Map

Pendleton Woolen Mills has selected two rare weavings from The Durango Collection to replicate into its world-famous wool blankets for its Preservation Series.

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Hold the Sun’s Warmth in Your Hands
Dec08

Hold the Sun’s Warmth in Your Hands

A Durango woman with Raynaud’s Syndrome was looking for a way to keep her fingers warm during outdoor, cold-weather activities. She and her partner have created a unique solution.

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Real Estate Update: Latest Housing Prices
Dec08

Real Estate Update: Latest Housing Prices

How much is your house worth? What’s the average price of a house right now in La Plata County? How long will a typical house be for sale on the market? Find out more with this update.

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Tips to Make Your Holiday Travel Easier
Dec01

Tips to Make Your Holiday Travel Easier

Traveling during the holidays can be a pain, but follow some of these travel tips from Durango Airport Director Tony Vicari, and turn your trip into a smooth ride rather than a roller-coaster of stress.

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Zero-Gravity Treadmill Shortens Recovery
Nov24

Zero-Gravity Treadmill Shortens Recovery

Physical therapists with Mercy Sports Medicine are using NASA technology to rehabilitate patients with leg injuries more quickly by creating (an almost) zero-gravity environment for exercise. _

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New License Plate Celebrates Mesa Verde
Nov24

New License Plate Celebrates Mesa Verde

You can celebrate Mesa Verde National Park and support the foundation’s programs by purchasing a new Colorado license plate featuring the cliff dwellings.

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Fourth-Grade Demons win YAFL Super Bowl
Nov23

Fourth-Grade Demons win YAFL Super Bowl

The fourth-grade Demons won the Youth American Football League ‘Super Bowl’ championship for the second year in a row. Coach Noah Lopez attributes a strong returning roster for the winning season.

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Durango Man Creates Healthy Seed Spread
Nov10

Durango Man Creates Healthy Seed Spread

A Durango man who was looking for a healthy alternative to dairy products for his daily calcium intake couldn’t find what he wanted, so he created his own concoction out of four simple ingredients.

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Alliance Forms to Lower Health Care Costs
Nov10

Alliance Forms to Lower Health Care Costs

Local-First in Durango is spearheading an effort to form a local health-care alliance to negotiate lower medical fees and lower health-insurance premiums for its members. Learn how the alliance is drawing upon the lessons from agricultural cooperatives.

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Feeling the Pressure with Oxygen Therapy
Nov01

Feeling the Pressure with Oxygen Therapy

A Durango hyperbaric oxygen therapy clinic treats brain trauma, fibromyalgia, PTSD, chronic depression, stroke, and many other health issues. Users say it makes a difference in their quality of life.

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It’s Your Money: Get Ready for Tax Day ‘20
Nov01

It’s Your Money: Get Ready for Tax Day ‘20

We hate to say it, but Tax Day 2020 is only five and a half months away. It may seem like an eternity right now, but you may wish to start planning now for deferring income to offset your tax liabilities.

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Veteran Gets Forever Home in Bayfield
Nov01

Veteran Gets Forever Home in Bayfield

Retired U.S.A.F. TSgt. Matthew Slaydon lost his sight and his right arm while on a mission in Baghdad. He and his wife have received a mortgage- free home in Bayfield from the Sinise Foundation.

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Business Matters: ‘My Dog Made Me Do It’
Nov01

Business Matters: ‘My Dog Made Me Do It’

No, Durango resident Lou Galinson’s dogs did NOT make him put the cute kitties in a cage. But his dogs did inspire him to open the Pet Haus 10 years ago. Since then, he’s adopted out more than 750 Humane Society kittens from his store.

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