Gun shop owners have become unlikely partners in the community’s fight to reduce suicides. Find out how Cole Hyson, owner of the Colorado Trading Company, is helping raise awareness about gun safety and suicide.
Tired of all the plastic that accumulates after you’ve used up the product? WeFill, a new company in town, offers bulk refills of organic soaps, bath products and household cleaners to reduce the amount of plastic used.
It takes special equipment to rescue someoine who’s fallen into freezing water.
Dr. Ashley Lucas, founder of PHD Weight Loss, explains why support from other people is critical to meeting your weight-loss goals.
If you can’t find a part you need for your equipment, many local manufacturing companies turn to Holt Sheet Metal. But did you know that they also make potato-processing machinery sold worldwide?
Find out how doctors can detect early warning signs of high blood pressure through regular eye examinations in this edition of Healthy Living with Dr. Moss Fenberg, ophthalmologist with Southwest Retina Consultants.
An army of volunteers monitors Ancestral Puebloan cultural sites in Montezuma County to reduce vandalism and erosion to the sensitive archaeological treasures.
When a major life event or life change occurs, it’s helpful to have a financial advisor to keep on top of money issues.
A few holliday events you may want to consider placing on your calendar.
Healthy Living in the Four Corners brings you Dr. Ashley Lucas, a registered dietician and found of PHD Weight Loss, who explains the science behind weight gain and weight loss, and why most diets and exercise regimens fail.
Do you use wood-burning stoves or fireplaces to warm your home in winter? While they may be convenient and inexpensive, wood-burning appliances can be dangerous. Here are a few safety tips for winter heating.
Original paintings, sculptures, pottery, jewelry, textile art and clothes, you’ll find it all at the Durango Art Center’s annual Winter Solstice Market. Find out what curator Peter Hay looks for in his selections.
Pat Barrett with Tafoya Barrett and Associates explains the biggest changes to business income tax laws.
Congress will consider taking non-psycho-active hemp off the Schedule 1 dangerous drugs list. If that happens, local Montezuma County businesses are poised to take advantage of new markets.
Winter closures to protect wintering deer and elk beging Dec. 1. Check out this story and our map to see what’s open and closed this winter.
Make the most of your end-of-year donations during Colorado Gives Day. A foundation will match up to $1 million for all donations made on Dec. 4. Visit swcogives.org.
When everyone shares, no one goes without. That’s the principle behind Pine River Shares of Bayfield, where neighbors can help feed, clothe, and teach each other self-sufficiency.
Learn how diabetes can affect your eyesight if you don’t keep your blood-sugar under control.
The annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner will be offered once again this year. Check out our story for details and learn how to volunteer for this well-attended event.