The City of Durango diverting a record 90,000 pounds of electronics – including 6,500 pounds of lead – from the landfill during its recent Electronics Recycling Day


Donald Trump deciding that his talents are better suited to “Celebrity Apprentice” and pulling his name out of the running for the 2012 presidential election

The Division of Wildlife’s efforts to restore the Colorado River cutthroat to its native habitat in upper Hermosa Creek

A black cloud hitting the Phil’s World trail system with the recent crash and death of Steven Ludemann, an experienced 66-year-old rider

Wildfire season hitting full stride in drought-stricken New Mexico, with the Miller Fire growing to nearly 75,000 acres near the Gila Wilderness

Whichever Durangoan is going around downtown Durango and writing inspirational graffiti on cars with a grease pencil

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