The Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge continuing to go above and beyond in its efforts to cut train pollution in downtown Durango

A federal investigation dropping charges of alleged corruption against New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson

Obama’s EPA coming to the rescue of local lungs and asking the Four Corners Power Plant and Navajo Generating Station to reduce their nitrous oxide emissions

Red McCombs scrambling to keep the Village at Wolf Creek alive with suggestions of a land exchange with the Forest Service

Smoke from California and Utah fires mixing with a high pressure system and bringing heavy haze into the region

New Belgium Brewing’s Tour de Fat giving Durango a pass next week, largely because of downtown venue issues

In this week's issue...

January 25, 2024
Bagging it

State plastic bag ban is in full effect, but enforcement varies

January 26, 2024
Paper chase

The Sneer is back – and no we’re not talking about Billy Idol’s comeback tour.

January 11, 2024
High and dry

New state climate report projects continued warming, declining streamflows