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Maria's Bookshop to Remain in Family Ownership

Maria's Bookshop to Remain in Family Ownership

May 13, 2019 | Local

Evan Schertz, son of Maria’s Bookshop owners Andrea Avantaggio and Peter Schertz, has joined the family ownership of the independent bookstore. Evan is a Durango native and graduated in May from the Colorado School of Mines. “I grew up with this bo...

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Registration Opens for Boys & Girls Club Summer Day Camps

Registration Opens for Boys & Girls Club Summer Day Camps

May 8, 2019 | Local

The Boys and Girls Club of La Plata County has announced its registration opportunities for this year's summer camps for 1st graders through teens. We can all remember counting down the days until school lets out for the summer. With flexible attendan...

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Purging With a Purpose

Purging With a Purpose

January 15, 2019 | Local

The time has come. You rocked the holiday decorations this year, and that awesome feeling has left you in denial, but it’s time. One minute you’re swearing you’ll have your holiday decorations down by the new year, the next minute it’s m...

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Re-Tail Boutique and the La Plata County Humane Society

Re-Tail Boutique and the La Plata County Humane Society

January 8, 2019 | Local

Since 1971, the La Plata County Humane Society thrift store has strived to fund their mission of “enhancing and protecting the lives of homeless pets in the La Plata County” (Re-Tail Boutique Website). With each sale made, all proceeds benefited the...

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75 things to do in Durango in winter

75 things to do in Durango in winter

January 2, 2019 | Local

You might be in denial, but winter and its frostbite-worthy temperatures have officially descended upon Durango. For some, the nipping temps mean it’s time to hit the mountain and drown in powder. For others, it means a quick retreat into homes and being ...

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Recreation and Resilience after 416 fire

Recreation and Resilience after 416 fire

October 19, 2018 | Local

This summer, locals of Durango were reminded of a wildfire’s ability to affect not only our town’s local ecosystem but also adversely impact our economy, threaten citizens’ homes, and limit recreational opportunities. Recreation and Resilience...

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The Local Farmers Market Scene: Durango's Freshest Produce

The Local Farmers Market Scene: Durango's Freshest Produce

September 17, 2018 | Local

We all know the the feeling of comfort, home, and friendship when stepping into a farmers market. Especially if you’re a regular - you can spot your farmer friends, head to your favorite vegetable booth and then go grab your beloved bottle of honey that y...

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Why You Should Be a Member of Durango Running Club

Why You Should Be a Member of Durango Running Club

June 6, 2018 | Local

The Durango Running Club mission statement reads as follows: To serve and connect runners in Southwest Colorado, promote trail and road running by organizing group runs, races, and events, and provide education and encouragement for runners of all ages and abil...

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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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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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Blue Skies Are Good For . . . Something!

Blue Skies Are Good For . . . Something!

January 2, 2018 | Local

If you're feeling overdosed on sunshine and the balmy afternoons are bringing you down, fret not. While you pine for powder, life goes on, and perspective offers a precious opportunity to flip winter on its head and find the redeeming side of climate change. So...

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