Crowded Main Avenue sidewalks, packed local roads and long D&SNG trains indicating the tourism economy is rebounding mightily in Durango

Colorado farmers and ranchers enjoying an unprecedented 32 percent increase in foreign exports of regionally grown livestock and produce

The Department of the Interior proposing to withdraw nearly 1 million acres of public land surrounding Grand Canyon National Park from uranium mining

The Durango Mall filing suit against Mercury Payment Solutions and threatening to send a major local economic driver and 350 big salaries down the road to Denver

La Niña serving up a mixed bag of hardship for Colorado with flood warnings in effect in the north and fire advisories hitting the south

John McCain saying there is “substantial evidence” that illegal immigrants started several of Arizona’s wildfires and calling for a secure border

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