The coal-fired power debate coming to Durango on March 31 with a the Center of Southwest Studies hosting a 6-9 p.m. hearing on proposed pollution controls at the Four Corners Power Plant

Durango Mountain Resort bringing a surprisingly good La Niña season to a close with a variety of festivities this weekend

The reemergence of much of Durango’s downtown singletrack and the end of seasonal wildlife closures on Animas Mountain and Grandview Ridge

The end of another downtown Durango era with Pennington Camera closing its doors next month after 105 years in business

Fire officials warning that a dry spring could create the worst fire season for Colorado since 2002, a season that saw the Missionary Ridge and Valley fires in Durango

The Obama Administration struggling to trim $100 billion from the budget, while at the same time readying to spend $158 billion on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan

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