A win for alternative education in Durango with nearly $600,000 in grants over the next three years, pushing Mountain Middle School closer to opening day in August


The State Senate shooting down a bill that would have ended the concealed weapon permitting process and filled the streets with people packing heat

Crews at the Fukishima nuclear power plant restoring electricity to the reactors, a significant step toward restarting the cooling system and avoiding further meltdown

The State of Utah turning a blind eye to current events and announcing a 10-year energy plan emphasizing nuclear power and traditional fossil fuels

News that part-time Telluride resident Tom Cruise is benefiting from Colorado’s agricultural tax breaks and paying only $400 in property tax on his $18 million “ranch”

The U.S. housing market continuing to wallow below the surface with sales of existing homes plunging to its lowest level in nine years in February

In this week's issue...

December 12, 2019
Gimme shelter

I spot a few cars parked along the road near the Purple Cliffs. I pull over, messing with my purse and worrying about locking the doors

December 5, 2019
Power in numbers

La Plata Electric Association has been trying to increase local renewable energy production for the past several years.

November 27, 2019
Dishing up cultural perspective

I haven’t any family close by to celebrate Thanksgiving with this year (except my darling husband), but I still have my friends, and I greet the day with an attitude of gratitude.