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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The $1.7 million investment may not seem like much from a passenger’s view, but the behind- the-scenes improvements will make room for a third carrier and more efficient baggage handling.
When you’re ready to retire and want to sell your share in the business to a business partner or family member, you’ll need a team of advisors. Charles Spence explains why.
So someone has offered you a ridiculously low price to buy your business. Should you say no? Be insulted? Charlie Cole with Cole and Partners offers some advice.
Two friends in pursuit of the perfect beer decided to start the Telluride Brewing Company, and they’ve won seven national awards in eight years. Learn more about the men behind the suds.
A group of volunteers have organized an independent Tedx Talk featuring Durango speakers who have ‘Ideas Worth Spreading.’ Although the inaugural event is sold out, it will be broadcast on YouTube worldwide.
Archaeologists with the Colorado Department of Transportation have wrapped up excavation of a small Pueblo I village that is in the path of the Farmington Hill realignment project. Local Indian tribal experts assisted on the research project.
Finding the dining hall, let alone the Registrar’s Office can make the first year of college intimidating for any new student. So Fort Lewis College has started a program for first-time students to help with retention and student success.
Tim Kirkland with Renegade Hospitality Group will be the keynote speaker at the annual La Plata County Economic Summit, and you can learn how to handle multiple generations in the workplace.
Trusts are tools you can use to protect your assets or to ensure your heirs receive the inheritance you want them to receive. Learn more from Charles Spence with Maynes Bradford Shipps & Sheftel.
If you’re using artificial tears, you may want to check with your ophthalmologist for other diagnoses and treatment options for your dry-eye syndrome.
Do you think bad things happen on Friday the 13th? We talk to Fort Lewis College Psychology Professor Brian Burke about the origins of superstition in society and why they have a hold on us.
The annual Kiwanis Club of Durango’s Pancake Day will be on Thursday, September 19. All-you-can-eat pancakes, scrambled eggs, ham and more for only $10 per person . . . and a good cause for 64 years!
San Juan Health Partners Pediatrics talks about the importance of vaccinating your students against measles and other communicable diseases to protect them and the community.
A new era of education opened this month in Bayfield: Pueblo Community College opened a satellite campus in the town to offer a variety of post-secondary courses in the community.