We talked with three restaurant owners about their adjustments to social-distancing recommendations as they re-open for business, and some of the changes look like they’re here to stay!
The real-estate market remains steady for now as deals in the pipeline continue to close. Dan Korman with Alpenglow Properties says it’s too soon to tell how the pandemic will affect the future market.
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.
Pat Barrett with Tafoya Barrett and Associates talks about the new 20 percent tax break for qualified businesses.
If you become incapacitated, a personal representative with general powers of an attorney can help you manage your affairs.
Do you take zero deductions off your paycheck and wait for a refund from the IRS? Or do you take all that you can and pay later? Brad Tafoya of Tafoya, Barrett and Associates talks about both strategies.
The City of Durango is developing a new comprehensive housing plan to address the city’s chronic housing shortage. City planners are seeking input from residents through an online survey to further guide the process.
Despite promises from the new Republican administration to reduce regulations on the oil and gas industry, economists say the market will be controlled by international factors and production – and prices – are expected to stay stagnant.
This week, we introduce a new financial segment called It’s Your Money, featuring financial and tax advice from Tafoya Barrett and Associates. In this premiere edition, learn how to plan financially for changes proposed by President-Elect Donald Trump.
Next time you have a question about shops, parking or events in Durango, check out the Durango Business Improvement District website! Tim Walsworth shares more about this resource in the final BID report of 2016.
Thousands of families will climb aboard the Polar Express train at locations across the world this holiday season. All of them originated right here in Durango with a company called Rail Events Inc.
Singing With Santa and Noel Night are two holiday events that will kick off the holiday season in Durango. Tim Walsworth, director of the Durango Business Improvement District, shares more info.
You can now book a flight from Cortez to Denver and Phoenix for less than the price of gas that it would take to drive there. A new airline, Boutique Air, will offer three flights a day from Cortez to Denver and one flight a day to Phoenix. Mike Pence, the Republican Candidate for Vice President, drew a crowd of hundreds for his appearance at the La Plata County Fairgrounds on Wednesday. And a new commercial airline begins service...
Domestic water from Lake Nighthorse will soon be flowing from water taps on the dry side. A local employment expert says it pays to keep your employees happy…but what does that really mean? And did you know that Montezuma County was once renowned for its apple orchards? Today, only bare fields remain. Find out why they disappeared, and why local farmers hope to restore them to their fruitful glory, on this edition of Durango TV...
A Durango artist takes a scathing look at political hypocrisy and the absurdity of modern life in a provocative new exhibit at the Durango Arts Center. We find out what makes him tick… Uber has come to Durango. How does it work, who’s using the service, and can you make money driving your own car? And a new grocery store, a new dollar store, new schools and a new community center: they’re evidence that Ignacio is...
Our second installment of the Southwest Colorado Report features Montezuma County: Where ancient cultures inspire innovation. Learn about the new high school, new community theater and economic development activities in the region.
This week on Durango TV News find out the current status of the $33 million dollar Durango STEAM Park project, Roger Zalneraitis updates us on the local economic outlook, and our furry friend Jim-Jim, from the Humane Society, brightens up the studio.
A new, multi-million-dollar grocery store is in the works for Ignacio. A local coffee company worms its way into the compost business, and a family ag business in Bayfield survives and thrives by changing with the times. These stories and more on this edition of Open 4 Business with Jim...
Do Birkenstocks and Beemers describe you and your lifestyle? A flower farmer turns blossoms into bucks during Blue Lake Ranch’s annual iris sale. And learn how you can participate in the airport expansion project on this edition of Open 4...