The Environmental Protection Agency proposing new pollution standards that could dramatically improve the local airshed

The San Juan Trailriders getting in and cutting out deadfall on the Colorado Trail, Hermosa Creek, Jones Creek, Dutch Creek, Pinkerton-Flagstaff and other local trails

The Department of Energy awarding $98.4 million for the clean-up of 16 million tons of radioactive tailings north of Moab

Unusually high amounts of crime, theft and violence hammering the Durango area during recent weeks

Businesses and workers all over town that are already displaying crotchety behavior and a general lack of customer service

The ongoing hot and dry spell with no foreseeable rain in the forecast

In this week's issue...

May 14, 2020
The great re-awakening

Shrouded in unknowns, the timeline for re-opening some businesses in Colorado came into clearer view Tuesday.

May 15, 2020
The best defense

Pandemics often bring pandemonium. It is easy to be fearful about coronavirus. But we already possess the greatest weapon on Earth against it: our amazing body and its powerful immune system.

May 7, 2020
Yes! The Farmers Market is opening

It may be hard to imagine, but while us humans are shuttered away in our houses, or hiding behind facemasks and Zoom meetings, the natural world is going on without us.