Ignacio Bike Week bringing a lucrative weekend that was relatively free of crime and casualties to the Four Corners

Agriculture representing one bright spot in the nation’s economy with American farmers and ranchers expected to ship $107.5 billion in ag exports this fiscal year

Deke Luhmann making the long boot, this time from Durango to Cortez, for the 11th year in a row to raise awareness about Alzheimer’s disease

The San Juan Generating Station casting another type of haze over the region and working to dodge pollution controls

The dialogue over a Florida pastor’s plan to burn Korans on Sept. 11 focusing on how it will endanger our troops rather than the fact that it is morally wrong

The push to allow motorized Segways on what is already one of the most congested thoroughfares in Durango – the Animas River Trail

In this week's issue...

March 17, 2022
Critical condition

Lake Powell drops below threshold for the first time despite attempts to avoid it

March 17, 2022
Uphill climb

Purgatory Resort set for expansion but still faces hurdles

March 10, 2022
Mind, body & soul (... and not so much El Rancho)

New health care studio takes integrated approach to healing