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Durango resident Dave Bray has lived in the mobile-home park on Animas View Drive for more than 30 years, but in the next year...
TV viewers in some parts of Colorado actually escaped the bombardment of ads during the recently wrapped-up election. Residents of Durango in La Plata...
It’s back – the color of dread. The mustard hue that triggered global headlines after last summer’s Gold King Mine spill has returned to parts...
The snow is beginning to fly in Silverton's high country, and a temporary water treatment plant has been completed – in the nick of...
This is not a pipe Durango City Council issued this declaration Tuesday: "The city is not, and has never been, a sanctuary city." But the...
We can flood Ukraine with resources, showing Putin and the Russian oligarchy where the money is, and allow room for diplomacy to work, recognizing that Russia does have real interests.
A doctor at Catholic-run Mercy Regional Medical Center in Durango says Mercy administration forbids doctors from discussing abortion as a treatment, even with women who could die as a result of pregnancy.
By and large, Durango’s new policy to charge 25 cents per page after the first ten pages of copied public records, and to charge an hourly fee of $30 for document research exceeding 15 minutes, is neither unusual, nor outside Colorado Law Regarding Public Records. The hiccup comes near the bottom of the policy’s discussion of “Fees and Charges,” which reads simply, “Photographing of public records will not be allowed.”
The governor this week named Pam Patton, of Bayfield, to the PUC, where she joins former Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation chairman Joshua Epel and Republican appointee James Tarpey.
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