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A Reminder that Durango’s Face-Covering Order has been Extended Indefinitely
Jun23

A Reminder that Durango’s Face-Covering Order has been Extended Indefinitely

The city of Durango extended its mandatory face-covering order indefinitely in response to the coronavirus pandemic. On Tuesday, June 16th, Durango City Council voted unanimously to extend the order, which had been scheduled to end Friday. Face coverings have been hotly debated locally and nationally. Councilors made the decision after considering public input, business needs, tourism concerns and the most recent research available...

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HP & Me – A Gift From God
Jun23

HP & Me – A Gift From God

Welcome to this week’s edition of H.P. and Me! Life can really be a roller coaster until we find the ‘ocean of peace’ in this moment. That is when we give our self to the inner retreat, our place of being where we nourish ourselves by the ‘Peace’ that God brings. We overcome depression and limitation by learning how to expand our consciousness through new heights, breaths, depths, and lengths that come with the visualization of...

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Bailey’s Bits
Jun22

Bailey’s Bits

Bailey’s Bits “In my defense, I was left unsupervised.” Life Lessons Learned from Hanging out at RE/MAX Pinnacle Meet Bailey at https://homesindurango.com/meet-bailey

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Virtual 360 Tour! Mountain Dream Catcher!
Jun17

Virtual 360 Tour! Mountain Dream Catcher!

This is a dream home come true! This beautifully maintained home is nestled on a 1 acre lot in the tall pines. Walls of windows bring the outdoors in and provide an abundance of natural light. This open concept design boasts a spacious family room with a soaring vaulted/cathedral ceiling, a gas fireplace and gorgeous laminate wood floors. The light and bright kitchen is open to the family room and has a large breakfast bar which is...

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Durango Planning E-Bike Trial At Twin Buttes
Jun16

Durango Planning E-Bike Trial At Twin Buttes

At the end of June, the city of Durango will allow pedal-assist electric bikes on 10 miles of trails at Twin Buttes Open Space. Although this one-year trial is the  second of its kind in Durango, it’s the first time e-bikes will have been allowed on natural trails. Durango City Council gave Parks and Recreation the go-ahead for the project at a recent City Council meeting. Important preparations The trial will only permit Class One...

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Purgatory Opens for Summer Activities!
Jun16

Purgatory Opens for Summer Activities!

June 20 marks an exciting day for Durango—Purgatory opens for the summer season! Each year, Purgatory hosts several fun activities for locals and tourists alike, and we are excited to see 2020 is no exception. Of course, most people know it as our local ski resort, but summertime is also a fun time to enjoy the outdoors at Purgatory. There is a morning session and an afternoon session available to help minimize crowds. The Alpine...

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Mydecine Innovations Group Inc. Signs Partnership Agreement With Applied Pharmaceutical Innovation
Jun16

Mydecine Innovations Group Inc. Signs Partnership Agreement With Applied Pharmaceutical Innovation

VANCOUVER, British Columbia , June 12, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Mydecine Innovations Group Inc. (MYCO.CN) (NLBIF) (0NF.F) (“Mydecine” or the “Company”), is pleased to announce the establishment of a research division agreement with Applied Pharmaceutical Innovation (“API”), a translational commercial drug development institute hosted in the University of Alberta’s Faculty of Pharmacy and...

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Therapy Dogs to the Rescue for Airport Stress
Jun16

Therapy Dogs to the Rescue for Airport Stress

You may have seen guide dogs for visually impaired people at the airport, and if you’ve spent much time there, you’ve no doubt noticed security dogs that are able to sniff out a wide range of smuggled objects and substances, going far beyond illegal drugs and explosives. Some dogs have been so highly trained they can detect live, illegally transported animals sold via the black market, poached rhino horns and harmful plant species. A...

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SOCIAL DISTANCING/SHELTER-IN-PLACE HUMOR
Jun16

SOCIAL DISTANCING/SHELTER-IN-PLACE HUMOR

Laughter is The Best Medicine! Please Enjoy! Love is the most powerful force in the Universe. It’s a great day to be creating miracles.    

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HP & Me – It’s the Little Things That Count
Jun16

HP & Me – It’s the Little Things That Count

Welcome to this week’s edition of H.P. and Me! Do not be fooled by the illusion of “big things” or false posture. The little things in life add up and train us to nourish ourselves deeply and unfold our true self into the world, molecule by molecule. We go onward and forward in life no matter what by being the avant-garde for the little sparks of life we can cultivate each day. It’s the Little Things That Count – S1:E11...

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Durango Concert Series Online
Jun11

Durango Concert Series Online

Charles Leslie, director of the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College, says the popular Music in the Park summer concert series will head online with artists performing from the concert-hall stage and from their home studios.

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Durango Farmers Market Open
Jun11

Durango Farmers Market Open

Did you know that the farmers market is open for business in 2020? 2020 Market Season – now until October 31st Saturdays – TBK Bank Parking Lot 8 AM to 12 Noon (9 AM in October) Social distancing plans in place! The Market will be funtioning as a “food chain supplier” or basically, a local out-door grocery store! We will not be focusing on the “community gathering place” environment we normally...

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How to Adopt a New Pet During COVID-19
Jun11

How to Adopt a New Pet During COVID-19

Pets need good homes at all times, regardless of what’s going on in the world. If you’ve been wanting to adopt a pet, you can still do so during the pandemic. Some pet shelters and breeders might have different policies during the pandemic, but you can still find many pets to choose from. Here’s everything you need to know about the process. First, Pick the Pet That’s Right for You Each type of pet and specific breed has its own...

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Tips For Successful Online Learning
Jun11

Tips For Successful Online Learning

Tips For Successful Online Learning  As  a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the online learning industry – which has already been enjoying steady growth over the last decade – is now booming more than ever before. With all learning institutions across the country closed indefinitely, students of all ages have had to take their classes online, providing a glimpse of what the future could hold for education. If you’re...

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Virtual 360 Tour! Nestled in the Pines
Jun10

Virtual 360 Tour! Nestled in the Pines

Enjoy amazing fishing in the Los Pinos (Pine) River which is accessed through the subdivision. There is no HOA. Vallecito Lake which also has great fishing, water skiing, jet skiing and other boating activities is very close. This would make a wonderful second home/vacation rental or for year round living. Check out the Virtual 360 Tour HERE For more amazing properties visit homesindurango.com

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HP & Me – You Always Hurt the One You Love
Jun09

HP & Me – You Always Hurt the One You Love

Welcome to this week’s edition of H.P. and Me! We should be more sensitive to the ones around us. Joy and compassion slows down from the energy of the daily world to life’s beauty and wisdom which we should beam through our eyes and broadcast through our words. We do not hurt the ones we love if we are truly God-centered in Light. You Always Hurt the One You Love – S1:E10 The HP & Me podcast is a much needed dose of...

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Bailey’s Bits
Jun08

Bailey’s Bits

Bailey’s Bits “Ways to my heart: 1. Buy me food, 2. Make me food, 3. Be food.” Life Lessons Learned from Hanging out at RE/MAX Pinnacle Meet Bailey at https://homesindurango.com/meet-bailey

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Senate passes bill Lengthening Coronavirus Small-Business Loan Terms
Jun04

Senate passes bill Lengthening Coronavirus Small-Business Loan Terms

By Richard Cowan and Andy Sullivan WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Senate unanimously approved legislation on Wednesday giving small businesses up to 24 weeks to use Paycheck Protection Program loans created during the coronavirus pandemic, up from the current eight-week deadline. The legislation, already passed by the House of Representatives, now goes to President Donald Trump to sign into law. The program was created in March...

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Virtual 360 Tour! Views! Views! Views!
Jun03

Virtual 360 Tour! Views! Views! Views!

Enchanting home nestled on a 1 acre lot with towering pine trees and breathtaking views of the mountains and the Pine River valley. This custom built 2 bedroom 2.5 bath home has walls of windows that bring the outdoors in and provides an abundance of natural light throughout. The dramatic great room has a soaring vaulted ceiling, a stunning gas fireplace with beautiful stone work and views that you have to see to believe. Check out...

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HP & Me – Letting Go
Jun02

HP & Me – Letting Go

Welcome to this week’s edition of H.P. and Me! Everything comes to an end eventually. With a little help from the man up above we can let go and say to ourselves “onward and forward”. Letting Go – S1:E9 The HP & Me podcast is a much needed dose of inspiration and enlightenment.  Be sure to see all three seasons at amesuniversal.com. HP & Me: My Little Corner of the World is also available as a book! Buy the book on...

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