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.
Pat Barrett with Tafoya Barrett & Associates offers advice for figuring how much debt you should assume to obtain your college degree.
Should you be tested for prostate cancer? That depends . . .
Find out what new events are scheduled for this year’s Parade of Homes.
The annual Kiwanis Pancake Day serves up all-you-can-eat breakfast all day long on September 20.
Purgatory Resort opened its long-awaited coaster, and resort officials are touting it as the longest and steepest in the country.
Enjoy a cocktail while shopping for fresh produce, flowers and other goods at the new Animas City Farmers Market.
Dr. Trapper Niccum with Thrive Chiropractic Studio offers tips for health and safe motorcycle riding.
The San Juan Mountain Association celebrates 30 years of sharing the ‘leave-no-trace’ philosophy with wilderness users.
The foundation of your students’ academic success is a good night sleep and a healthy lifestyle.
Can a rock musical about mental illness be uplifting? Learn more about the latest stage production at the Durango Arts Center.
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.
With the Iron Hore Motorcycle Rally just around the corner, Dr. Trapper Niccum offers some tips to make your rides safe and comfortable.
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.
San Juan Regional Medical Center is taking steps to become a baby-friendly hospital. Find out what that means.
A group of Durango chiropractors will donate proceeds from treatments on Wednesday, Aug. 15, to Annie’s Orphans.
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.
Pickleball enthusiasts say the game is a cross between tennis, ping-pong, and badminton, and it’s growing in popularity in Durango.
Features Producer Brian Gill gets a taste of the Old West with the annual Chuckwagon Cookoff held during Fiesta Days.
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.