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.
San Juan Basin Public Health has confirmed three more cases of COVID-19 infections in La Plata County as a result of last week’s drive-through community testing.
We’ve summarized some of the highlights of the changing social and medical environment during the pandemic.
A proposed pedestrian bridge that crosses the Animas River adjacent to the traffic bridge on 32nd Street has been in the planning stages for 15 years, but last-hour protests have spawned another look.
A bumper crop of local apples in Montezuma County inspired a U.S. Air Force retiree and his wife to start making wines from other local fruit and to open the new Yellow Car Country Wines.
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.
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.
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.
This year’s Jazz on the Hill promises great food and great entertainment by torch-singer Storm Strong.
The Music in the Mountains Festival is ready for audiences. All it needs now are ticket sales.
The Durango Parks and Recreation Department has developed a compromise between wakeless-water advocates and motorized boaters.
Need some healthy menu tips for picky eaters? Ashley Lucas offers some suggestions in this edition of Healthy Living.
Dinosaurs roamed the pavilions at McGee Park in the largest animatronic exhibit in the nation.
Looking for a good deal? A new thrift store opened in Durango late last month.
Women’s Resource Center Director Christy Schaerer joins host Wendy Graham Settle for a run down of this month’s activities.
Take an online survey to select which of three artists’ proposals should be installed at the U.S. Highways 550/160 intersection.
The monkey bars aren’t just for kids any more. In fact, they’re a key component in training for obstacle course racing.
Pat Barrett with Tafoya Barrett and Associates talks about the new 20 percent tax break for qualified businesses.
A blue moon, super moon, and lunar eclipse will mark the beginning of Snowdown on Jan. 31. Find out when you can see the phenomena. See More Snowdown 2018 Events!
If you become incapacitated, a personal representative with general powers of an attorney can help you manage your affairs.