Solix Biofuels, based just south of Durango, seeing continued success and approaching commercial viability in its growth of oil-producing algae


The film “GasLand,” which shines a light on some of the more disturbing practices of natural gas production, earning an Oscar nomination for best documentary feature

Chapman Hill sporting full coverage and good skiing conditions thanks to the snowmaking and grooming efforts of the City of Durango

Republicans attempting to import the Arizona immigration law into Colorado, despite the fact that a federal judge has already struck down the racist legislation

The snowmobilers that are continuing to ignore signage at Andrew’s Lake and throttling out-of-bounds and into designated wilderness

The Colorado Legislature blocking the free school breakfast program, which enabled impoverished kids to eat at the cost of pennies per child

In this week's issue...

July 21, 2022
Wildlife success or deal with the devil?

Land swap approved in Southwest Colorado, but not without detractors

July 21, 2022
Tapping out

The latest strategy to save the San Luis Valley's shrinking aquifer: paying farmers not to farm

July 14, 2022
Hey, good environmental news

Despite SCOTUS ruling, San Juan Generating Station plans to shut down