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Lost Dogs & Found Treasures: Why the LPCHS Thrift Store Matters

Lost Dogs & Found Treasures: Why the LPCHS Thrift Store Matters

February 27, 2018 | Local

It's no secret: Durangoans love their dogs. It's a wonder we haven't lobbied to change the name of our hound heaven to "Durandog." While that's a really bad idea and super lame joke, it brings up an excellent question: have you ever considered where man's best ...

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GN.W. - Next Steps for Gold King Mine?

GN.W. - Next Steps for Gold King Mine?

February 18, 2018 | News

Next Steps for Gold King Mine? Durango will probably always remember the day the Animas turned orange. After a blowout at the Gold King Mine, North of Silverton, sent some three million gallons of contaminated water into Cement Creek and the Animas River in 201...

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GN.W. - Be Mine?

GN.W. - Be Mine?

February 11, 2018 | News

Be Mine? You’ve probably already caught a whiff, but Valentine’s Day is around the corner and love is in the air. The hallmark “Hallmark” holiday is projected to drive a near-record-breaking $19.6 billion in spending this year, be it for...

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Winter Train Specials Rolling into Town

Winter Train Specials Rolling into Town

February 6, 2018 | Attractions

The sun is shining and the skies are blue, so grab your camera and sense of adventure and consider this obvious-but-sometimes-overlooked winter activity in Durango. The Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad is pleased as punch to invite you on any of th...

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GN.W. - Colorado on the World Playing Field

GN.W. - Colorado on the World Playing Field

February 4, 2018 | News

A State of Pride The Winter Olympics officially kick off next Friday, ringing in another healthy dose of athletic patriotism across the country following today’s big Sportsball event. The Winter Olympic Games, hosted in PyeongChang, South Korea, should pr...

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Pinkies Up: The Culinary Side of Snowdown 2018

Pinkies Up: The Culinary Side of Snowdown 2018

January 30, 2018 | Events

From sipping wine and Bloody Mary’s to stuffing [Rocky Mountain] oysters in your pie hole, Snowdown is never short on opportunities to mix the finest food-and-beverage experiences with costumes and general frivolity. Bring your appetite and a sense of hum...

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GN.W. - Trials by Ice

GN.W. - Trials by Ice

January 28, 2018 | News

Trials by Ice While it hasn’t been recognized as an Olympic sport yet, Ice Climbing is rising towards the occasion with its eyes set on official participation at the 2022 Winter Olympic Games, hosted by Beijing, China. In the meantime, it will be featured...

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Top of Town: Dressing Up for Snowdown

Top of Town: Dressing Up for Snowdown

January 26, 2018 | Local

Time’s almost up, ladies and gentlemen, because Snowdown, A Black Tie Affair, begins Wednesday, January 31. Don’t go looking any less than the best; dress like a Dapper Dan (or Danielle) and skip the two-day shipping altogether with these top local ...

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New Upscale Events for Snowdown 2018

New Upscale Events for Snowdown 2018

January 23, 2018 | Events

With 150 events, how could there possibly be anything new to do at Snowdown? Oh, it’s possible! So say over 20 fresh-off-the-press, sophisticated happenings during the week of our annual cabin fever reliever. From kid-friendly crafting, like creating pops...

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GN.W. - Don't Be Alarmed

GN.W. - Don't Be Alarmed

January 21, 2018 | News

Good News(letter). Weekly. is delivered to inboxes at 6 a.m. every Sunday. Subscribe and get it hot off the press! Don’t Be Alarmed You’ve likely heard by now that Hawaii had a little scare last weekend. Okay, more than a little scare...

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