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LEFTOVER SALMON
Mar08

LEFTOVER SALMON

Called the architects of what is now popularly known as “jamgrass,” Leftover Salmon has established itself as one of the great purveyors of Americana music, digging deep into the well that supplies its influences: rock ‘n’ roll, folk, bluegrass, Cajun, soul, zydeco, jazz and blues. ~ Ticket prices include all service fees ~ More info at:...

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Durango Kennel Club Celebrates Dogs!
Feb18

Durango Kennel Club Celebrates Dogs!

Durango Kennel Club Celebrates Dogs! The Durango Kennel Club just celebrated its annual awards banquet—  celebrating the achievements of its members with their beloved dogs.   Held at the Kennebec Restaurant in Hesperus this year, the food was excellent. and the DKC members all enjoyed the event. Once a year the DKC membership gathers in celebration of the AKC titles member dogs have earned in the past year.  As the only AKC club in...

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Pricing Pitfalls and Why to Avoid Them
Feb06

Pricing Pitfalls and Why to Avoid Them

Spring selling season for real estate is officially upon us. This is the time of year that many people decide to list their homes. They consider a move across town, a larger, move-up house, or perhaps look to relocate. Historically, this time of year proves to be one of the busiest in terms of activity and new listings. One of the most crucial factors for the success of selling a home is pricing it correctly. Many factors contribute...

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Not So Hidden Gem – The Pinkerton Hot Springs
Jan31

Not So Hidden Gem – The Pinkerton Hot Springs

Driving north from Durango on the incredibly scenic HWY 550 you will find countless beautiful sights. Just before Hermosa there lies a natural wonder wrapped in obscure history. The Pinkerton Hot Springs is fantastic rock formation; painted with vibrant yellows and deep oranges. Only adding to its wonder is the story of James Pinkerton and his magical bottled spring water. Find out more and read the full history here:...

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Canada pardons – useful things to know before starting an application

This article is meant to help those looking for a pardon in Canada determine whether or not they indeed require one, but also what they need to know before starting an application. It’s also a good idea to check out the FAQs – Pardons – Record suspensions because it contains additional valuable information on the matter. There are many situations in which it’s easy to mistaken the need for a pardon with the need for...

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This new cannabis church pushes limits of Denver’s social-use pot law
Apr17

This new cannabis church pushes limits of Denver’s social-use pot law

The International Church of Cannabis is setting up shop in a historic Denver building, drawing curiosity and concern ahead of its official opening on April 20 By Alex Pasquariello, The Cannabist Staff A 113-year-old church building in Denver has found a higher calling. The International Church of Cannabis opens its doors on April 20, the unofficial annual marijuana holiday. The renovated church at 400 S. Logan St. is the headquarters...

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New Airline Service in Cortez
Oct23

New Airline Service in Cortez

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...

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Three Springs Fall Festival
Oct20

Three Springs Fall Festival

The 10th Annual Three Springs Fall Festival Is Bigger Than Ever! Featured Activities Include a Bouncy House, Petting Zoo, Pumpkin Bowling and Live Music from Dave Mensch & Rob Webster Saturday, October 29, 11-2 pm, Three Springs Durango, CO — Three Springs invites the community to celebrate ten years of family fun at the 10th Annual Fall Festival on Saturday, October 29th from 11:00AM-2:00PM at Three Springs Plaza. This popular...

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Saturday, April 2 at the Strater Theatre
Mar22

Saturday, April 2 at the Strater Theatre

Manna Soup Kitchen Fundraiser “The Durango Voice” Durango, CO – Manna Soup Kitchen announces that tickets are now on sale for their fundraiser “TheDurango Voice”, similar to the popular TV show The Voice. Finalists will compete on Saturday, April 2 at the Strater Theatre. Twelve local singers were chosen to advance to The Finals Competition. They will perform again after receiving a month of professional voice...

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Lots Of FUN Events this Weekend! – Wolf Creek Snow Report – 02-17-2016

We have “THE MOST SNOW IN COLORADO”® with 321″ so far this season! The Horseshoe Bowl SnowCat Shuttle is running TODAY and is free with purchase of a lift ticket! The Wolf Creek Challenge Series kicks off Saturday, February 20th with the first of two races! The course this Saturday will be a Giant Slalom with OVER 40 GATES! The race is open to individuals and teams! Entry fees are $15 for ages 18 and older and $10...

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Baby Boomers!!! – Wolf Creek Snow Report – 02-09-2016

We have “THE MOST SNOW IN COLORADO”® with 321″ so far this season! Baby Boomers Unite!!! TODAY, Tuesday February 9th is our Baby Boomers Clinic! Learn a new sport or up the ante and refine your existing technique. Today’s special clinic is taught by qualified senior instructors and is open to beginners up to advanced intermediates. Get a great workout and meet others who also enjoy skiing or snowboarding....

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The Snow is Amazing!!!- Wolf Creek Snow Report – 02-03-2016

We have “THE MOST SNOW IN COLORADO”® with 319″ so far this season! Nordic Trails were groomed TODAY, Wednesday, 3rd! Coming up this Saturday, February 6th we will have our last Camp Robber Childrens Program, a Ladies Ski/Board clinic, our 1st Family Day, and Fat-ypus Ski Demo! Our Premium Demo Skis and Snowboard online rentals have launched. Log in and reserve yours now! Come up and enjoy the EXCELLENT conditions...

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SNOW, SNOW, SNOW!!! – Wolf Creek Snow Report – 02-01-2016

We have “THE MOST SNOW IN COLORADO”® with 290″ so far this season! MORE FRESH SNOW!!! CDOT will be conducting avalanche hazard reduction work on the West side of Wolf Creek Pass beginning at 6:30 a.m. TODAY, February 1st. Please expect delays. The East side of the pass to the ski area will not be affected. Nordic Trails were groomed and track set Thursday, January 28th! Our Premium Demo Skis and Snowboard online...

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Mother Nature Delivered! – Wolf Creek Snow Report – 01-31-2016

Begin forwarded message: From: Wolf Creek Ski <wolfcreekski> Subject: Mother Nature Delivered! – Wolf Creek Snow Report – 01-31-2016 Date: January 31, 2016 at 10:47:35 AM MST To: Nathan Morris <nathan> Reply-To: Wolf Creek Ski <wolfcreekski> Hi Nathan Morris, We have “THE MOST SNOW IN COLORADO”® with 290″ so far this season! Mother Nature has delivered…we have FRESH SNOW!!! FUN...

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Cooperative Youth Leadership Camp
Dec07

Cooperative Youth Leadership Camp

LPEA seeking applicants for Cooperative Youth Leadership Camp All-expenses paid experience provides “leadership edge” to high school juniors Durango, CO  – La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) invites high school juniors to participate in the Colorado Electric Education Institute Cooperative Youth Leadership Camp – an all-expenses paid educational/leadership camp set for July 17-22, 2016 at Glen Eden Resort outside of Steamboat...

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Trail Magic – Crossing the Bridge
Dec02

Trail Magic – Crossing the Bridge

Seven years ago, I crossed the same bridge I stand upon now, both figuratively and literally. Looking back upon completing this circle 9000 miles from home, I realize this decision has been one of the most influential of my life. That being, to humbly submit myself to the unknown, and dance with it… Again, emphasizing the title of this series, “Trail Magic”… I’ve traveled through time, lost myself to the...

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December 5, 2015 9am-4pm
Dec01

December 5, 2015 9am-4pm

Durango Native American Winter Arts Market December 5, 2015 Durango, CO –  Please come out and support our Native American Students as well as Native American Artists. There will be authentic Native American jewlery, pottery, paintings, and other fine arts and crafts. We will also be selling breakfast burritos in the morning and there will be Navajo Tacos for sale at lunch time. The Market will take place at Durango High School...

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Japanese “taiko” October, 28, 2015
Oct20

Japanese “taiko” October, 28, 2015

Nagata Shachu brings to Durango new traditions for Japanese “taiko” Powerful drumming group to take the Community Concert Hall stage on Oct. 28 Durango, CO – Rejuvenating the ancient art form of Japanese taiko through innovative and exciting music, Nagata Shachu comes to the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College on Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2015, 7:30 p.m. Based in Toronto, Canada, Nagata Shachu has enthralled audiences with its...

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Local Music Producer Tributes the Animas – “Orange River”
Oct17

Local Music Producer Tributes the Animas – “Orange River”

“Orange River” – The Chava People “I recorded this song because of the lack of oversight that was going on…”, states songwriter and producer, James Mirabal. “When all that mine waste rushed into the Animas I was really shocked and confused. Then I felt mislead and then finally angry… because this could have been prevented…” Soulful and lamenting notes pierce this hard and...

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Downtown Colorado Inc. Coming to Durango Oct. 6-9

The DCI (Downtown Colorado Inc.) Conference is October 6-9 in Durango. Reservations still available: DowntownColoradoInc.org. Items of interest during the conference include keynote speaker Joe Minicozi, an expert in redevelopment and keeping Downtowns thriving; social media tips and tricks; Colorado’s demographic forecast; branding; a real estate redevelopment and housing forum; plus tours of some of Durango’s greatest...

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