The City of Durango’s plans to install two more bicycle corrals in downtown Durango, an innovative solution to alleviating summer congestion along Main Avenue

The U.S. Department of Energy taking a hard look at hydraulic fracturing in the hopes of making the controversial drilling process safer and cleaner

Colorado Rep. J. Paul Brown’s bill that would have declared open season on black bears dying a timely death and handing a small victory to wildlife

The clean-up of the toxic Atlas Uranium Mill, outside Moab, slowing considerably now that American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds have been spent

Mother Nature dealing the southern United States another cruel blow as Biblical-proportion floods roll into the tornado-ravaged region

The Colorado Legislature’s redistricting quagmire reaching a stalemate and taking taxpayer dollars into a protracted legal battle

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